Winter Weddings
Imagine soft, delicate snowflakes falling from the sky, horse drawn sleighs, twinkling lights, and full white and red flowers for your wedding day. Serve mulled cider and hot chocolate to warm the body and the heart. Decorate your ceremony with stringed cranberries and popcorn, poinsettia flowers, and white candles surrounded with pinecones for centerpieces. Pass out tins of hot cocoa, or pairs of mittens to help keep your guests warm on the cold Winter nights.

Spring Weddings
Decorate with delicate pastel colored flowers and flower arrangements, or bowls of fresh berries. Choose fabrics that are light and airy, and crown your bridesmaids with wreaths of small flowers. Serve your guests lemonade and medium to light foods such as chicken and salad. Choose flower seeds or small gardening tools to give your guests. Tossing flower petals are a great alternative to rice throwing.

Summer Weddings
Your wedding will be bold, bright, warm, and fun. Serve iced tea, light foods such as cut up fruits, salad, grilled chicken and vegetables, Popsicles, ice cream or sorbet, and raspberry parfaits. Decorate with seashells, colorful seasonal flower arrangements, and torches or lanterns for the warm Summer night. Send your guests off with a pail and shovel filled with saltwater taffy, fresh fruits, flowers, or seashells.

Autumn Weddings
Warm rich browns, red, oranges, and yellows are the obvious color choices for a Fall-themed wedding. An ivory dress with gold accents or tones would be a wonderful addition. Decorate with strands of leaves, festive candles, squash and pumpkins, colorful flowers, and even cornucopias filled with fruits and vegetables. Serve your guests the perfect holiday meal, complete with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and wine. Give your guests small pumpkins or gourds as favors.

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