September is a summer wedding month too - Summer is not over until The end of september.
I'm having a wedding over labor day - The unofficial end of summer and we're doing Coral and Sage with pops of yellow for a bright summery feel. We also have a very english garden theme going on for the ceremony in the garden space - lost of tin planters and soft tulle. We want it to feel like big end of summer bash and are working that in in a very elegant way (party poppers as the recessional toss, lots of dancing and a great party vibe).
We're getting married in June, and initially wanted a romantic, spring-like feel, but I feel it works for summer too. (We had wanted to get married in early June but could only book our venue in late June - the 29th, so definitely summer by then.)
Thank you! I love adding my own little personal touches. I just need to figure out who’s going to set it all up haha! I also want to have water and a drink station available Incase it’s hot. Yes I’m excited about the different shades, I’m still deciding what shades I want. I have planned everything around those flowers so now I need to find dresses that match or look good with them.
We haven't decided on anything since we've got plenty of time, but my current inspiration is having a slate blue, light gray, and greenery color scheme. My FH is from WV and the first time I visited, I was obsessed with how green everything was so it seemed fitting we included greenery, especially having the mountains as our backdrop with plenty of greenery around us. We're also pretty simple people so I think having a minimalist theme when it comes to decorations might work for us to keep things simple and elegant whilst focusing our resources on the important stuff like food, drinks, and music.