The seasons are the ultimate backdrop for a wedding. The season can set the tome for your venue, color palette, and even your food. For example, if you are getting married in the Fall in Vermont, you might want to consider gorgeous orange, green and eggplant colors. You also might want to think about providing warm blankets for your guests as fall evenings get cool in Vermont.
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You can even incorporate seasonal foods into your theme. Using the Vermont example, consider serving hot apple cider in cored out real apples as a signature cocktail. There’s really nothing more charming than that.
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- Seasonal food not only looks great, it tastes great too. Work with your caterers to find out what’s in season.
- If you’re going to plan something for fall or winter, use white as a base and then don’t be afraid to think outside the box.
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