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  Fall is one of the best times for a wedding. The weather can be beautiful, more guests can usually attend and you have so…more

 

Top Tips for a Fall Wedding

Top Tips for a Fall Wedding

Fall is one of the best times for a wedding. The weather can be beautiful, more guests can usually attend and you have so many options for themes and colors. That planning process can be overwhelming as every bride will tell you. Here are just a few top tips for a fall wedding;

Take advantage of the outdoors. During this time of year there are so many beautiful days and evenings to choose from. Instead of spending time and money on decorations, let nature be your backdrop. You will still want flowers and maybe even a few bows, but instead of going all out with ribbons and materials, use some of the surrounding plant life as a way to bring the event together.

Whether you have an open bar inside or outside there is a good chance that you are going to end up with lots of bottles and cans. Instead of just tossing these in the trash, set up a few recycling bins for the bartender and for your guests. The Fall weather makes everyone more mindful of the environment and people may be more likely to make the right decision when it comes to their trash, especially if you make it easy!

Another top tip for a fall wedding is to skip over traditional centerpieces. So many times at the end of a wedding the bride realizes that she has several centerpieces and has no place to put them. Consider something simple like flowers in a vase, an arrangement of cones and botanicals or a small plant or tree. One guests at each table can take the centerpiece home and continue to enjoy it .

Replace the rice with bird seed. A bride and groom traditionally run through a receiving line of guests tossing rice in their direction. However, what happens to the rice when they are done? Consider something more environmentally friendly like bird seed. With almost the same texture and feel it won`t take away from the tradition, but it will be better for the birds that are keeping watch over your event.

For many Fall represents a time of harvest and plenty. Give your guests the gift of plenty with seeds instead of a more traditional favor. Guests leave weddings with all types of  favors and mementos that just end up in the trash. It isn`t that they didn`t enjoy your big day, they just have no place for another container, magnet, or cookie cutter with your name on it. With flower, herb , tree seeds  or tree seedlings your guests will be able to go home, plant something in their front or backyard and have a more lasting memory of the special day.

No matter how many people attend, you know that thank you cards are a must. You want your guests to know that you appreciate their attendance as well as their gifts. Make a real statement by choosing Hallmark greeting cards that go well with your Fall theme. Choose classic colors that represent the season. You can even look for cards made from recycled paper to give your wedding a green touch.

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sign of spring In the past 12 years since we have been offering tulip bulb wedding favors they have been the most popular flower bulb…more

spring has sprung
sign of spring

In the past 12 years since we have been offering tulip bulb wedding favors they have been the most popular flower bulb we carry.

The colors are brilliant and they can be boxed to suit any color the brides desire.
Beautiful flower bulb favors are unique, personalized and include this poem. “The earth laughs in flowers”.
Representing eternal happiness tulips are always a wonderful addition to your garden. Planted in the fall, the bulbs will blossom with new life every sping for years to come.  They are a true sign of spring every year bring new life, new energy and reminding us or your Wedding Day and all the joy we all shared. Plant a Memory with brillilant tulip bulb wedding favors and your guests will remember your special day for years to come. More flower favors .

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