During spring, the weather is very unpredictable, so make sure to send out invitations as early as you possibly can so that you are not disappointed with last minute changes to a positive RSVP. Choose a warm, cozy venue to keep your guests, retinue and yourselves nice and warm. This will save you from unwarned showers and sudden changes to the outside temperature.
We have catered to many spring weddings and have experiences how wonderfully intimate it can be, especially when the right setting and the right menu combine.
Next up on the agenda, obviously, is food. Your menu has to reflect the vibe you try to bring out with the venue and decor but has to be one of the highlights of your big day. We always notice that the service by your catering team adds to the overall experience your guests will have and it is vital the catering staff is experienced and pleasant towards the guests.
Generally during a spring wedding an ideal menu is red snapper and mango ceviche as a starter, followed by crusted lamb rack, asparagus spears with a shallot accompanied by a red wine sauce as the mains. Custard tarts are a favorite and is a great option to serve for dessert.
The best part is probably the decor and how stunning it is during spring! The amazing feeling of positivity and warmth seeping in randomly creates a wholesome atmosphere and couples can capitalize on this with their wedding decor to compliment the season. Spring is absolutely gorgeous for an English wedding. You have backdrops galore with blooming gardens, trimmed lawns which are perfect little details to your wedding theme and decor. When you are choosing your venue, try to pick a place that can give you the option of outdoor as well (if it is during the day – else you would be freezing) so you can make use of all the natural decor as well!