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Ahhhh, spring, and a young woman’s fancy turns to….. weddings! What are the advantages of nuptials in the spring? The symbols of love and new life are everywhere, from the budding blossoms to baby ducklings. There is truly something wonderful about love in springtime- the air is fresh and our hearts are open. Want to look fresh as a spring flower on your wedding day? Try this vintage look- the short skirt paired with the light, yet traditional veil just seems to sing “young love.”
Celebrate the springtime of your young love with this gorgeous diamond and ruby engagement ring.
There are so many beautiful blooms to chose from in April and May. Spring flowers such as daffodils, tulips, hyacinths and cherry blossoms will give your celebration the sweet ambience of joyful innocence. They are also widely available and quite affordable, so staying away from hothouse flowers at this time of year and choosing what is in season for your bouquets and center-pieces could save you money. No need to hire a florist- spring flowers show best in simple glass vases or jars. These perfect white tulips would make a delightful display.
This simple yet stunning men’s wedding ring would also make a delightful display.
The one disadvantage to a spring wedding, particularly in northern climes, is the unpredictable weather. If hail, thunderstorms and high winds are not your idea of creating a romantic atmosphere, it may be best to plan for the majority of your event to take place indoors. If the weather is lovely, the guest can venture out and enjoy the spring sunshine. And if spring rain falls on your photo shoot? Be prepared with an attractive umbrella, and capture the moment!
Capture the moment the two of you took shelter from the storm forever with this precious diamond engagement and wedding ring set.
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