Post # 1
So we were planning a kelly green March wedding with tulips, but the church we met in was booked March 5 and we cannot get married there during Lent. So, instead, we booked the church and venue for February 26. The date is fine with me, but the dilemma lies in the theme I had originally envisioned ….
Can I get away with this in February?
Would you scrap it? Or do you have any ideas for altering (perhaps an accent color?) the color to make it more appropriate? ANYTHING would helpful.
Post # 3
Do you love the theme you had or would not care changing it? My opinion is, if you love it keep it!
Post # 4
I think you can keep your theme! Late February in Dallas is likely to be warm and people are definitely ready for spring at that point. I’m sorry you got bumped, but I am sure you will still have a beautiful wedding!
Post # 5
You could still go with the same theme! It’s close enough to spring 🙂 You could always do a longer dress…maybe tea length or longer?
Post # 6
Just cause it’s green, it doesn’t have to be St. Patricks day inspired. If you love it, stick with it. Maybe you can bring in some silver and white to make it a little wintery, a little spring?
Post # 7
Brrrrr, lol. Bust out some cute faux fur stoles and you’ve been winterized! =]
Post # 8
In Dallas, I say go for it. Now if you were in Vermont or something… 😉 Plus, people like to look forward to spring, so by late Feb. they’ll be tired of winter and your wedding will be refreshing.
Post # 9
I think in Dallas you can totally get away it it! We’re date twins and I was dreaming of a winter wedding…. I was actually worried that my winter theme might be inappropriate for the day. 🙂 I think the end of Feb is very transitional.
Post # 10
It’s your wedding. Do what you want!
Post # 11
don’t think of it as a month earlier… because it’s not! Just remember that it’s only a week earlier. 🙂
I don’t think you need to let the month/season dictate anything – do what you love! You might, like a few have mentioned, though want to take the comfort of your ‘maids and the weather into consideration though.