Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Good choices for outdoor fall weddings are parks, country clubs, mountains, and even gardens. Though flowers won’t be blooming like they do in the spring and summer, many outdoor venues will reflect the brilliance of fall foliage and compliment your beautiful wedding gown. Mountain settings book as much as a year in advance for fall weekends so make sure you call well in advance if you choose a mountain location.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
When planning an outdoor wedding, research the normal weather patterns for your area. For example, if you live in the northeast, determine what the average daily temperature is for the date you want to schedule your wedding. Based on the average decide if the temperature is acceptable for guests to be comfortable outside without additional clothing such as coats. If the normal temperature is too cold, move the date to earlier in the season or hold the ceremony indoors. It is not advisable to schedule the ceremony if the weather is not suitable or you and the guests will be uncomfortable.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
After selecting the veil, then you should consider how to wear is perfect. It is not only according to the hairstyle, but based on the bride’s body type and wedding gown style. If you don’t know how to wear by yourself, you can go to the bride salon, the professional will help you to solve this problem. I hope theses advice can help you!