For brides to be who can't decide when to wed; think about your favorite memory, your favorite place. Where were you when he proposed? What was the season? Check our weddings by season articles to find out which season best suits your style. No matter what, there is a season for every bride, and a bride for every season.
A romantic Winter Wedding can be a glimmering shimmering snowy dreamscape, or an elegant black and white affair. Winter brides can choose their themes and décor from a myriad of colours from traditional red and green, to frosty and stylish silver and blue. Glowing candles and sparkling lights reflect the snowy outdoors and the joy that will radiate from a Christmastime wedding. Celebrating New Years nuptials with friends and family in the glow of warm candles and firelight makes for a wonderful seasonal celebration.
Springtime means new beginnings, and sets a beautiful stage for a bride and groom to start their new lives together. Spring Weddings reflect new life in the delicate new blossoms and fresh green buds; you'll glimpse your new lives together unfolding beautifully. Imagine a garden wedding or your wedding photos taken with overflowing beds of tulips as a backdrop. Soft springtime hues of pretty pink, lavender, light green, and soft yellow make pretty choices for bridesmaids and bouquets. Spring flower choices are countless and fresh.
Warm summer breezes and fun in the sun make summertime a great occasion to be married indoors or out. Take advantage of the warm weather and plan an outstanding outdoor summer Wedding in the backyard, on the beach or in a manicured garden. Choose flowers for your bouquet from abundant seasonal blooms, and opt for attire and décor in vibrant summer colors like lemon, azure and cherry. Blue skies and vacation time make summer a perfect season to be wed and then get away from it all.
Whether fall brings brisk autumn days or the warmth of an Indian summer, fall Wedding conjure images of turning leaves and breathtaking sunsets. Autumn brides can opt for rich colors in copper, claret, indigo and russet, or the tones of summer style. Celebrate outdoors in the warm daytime air, and cozy up on cooler nights. Flowers are still abundant in autumn; lilies, asters, roses and sunflowers make lovely bouquets and arrangements.
No matter what your preferences, there is a season for every bride - and a bride for every season.
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Secret Greece..secret beauty…
· Pelion or Pelium is a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly in central Greece, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea.
The mountain is thickly forested, both deciduous and perennial forests, mainly of beech, oak, maple and chestnut trees, with plane tree groves surrounding places with water. Pelion is considered one of the most beautiful mountains in Greece and is a popular tourist attraction throughout the year: hiking trails and stone paths give access to springs, coves and numerous beaches, sandy or pebbly, set among lusciously green slopes. Pelion is an amply watered mountain, with an abundance of springs, gorges, streams and rivulets, with many streams routed in carved-stone artificial beds to bring the water to the villages and their thriving orchards. The higher elevations of the mountain receive enough snowfall so as to host skiing facilities that operate from Christmas to Easter.
· Mani: One needs 3 days just to cross Mani, 3 months to wander around it and 3 lives to understand its soul. One life will be spend to investigate its sea, one to get its mountains and one to get to know its people.
About 800 towers are scattered all over Mani, they are found everywhere in villages, mountains, on seashores. These monuments of folk architecture reflect the social and historical conditions of the Maniot life.
You will find the world’s most beautiful floating caves, the unusual architectural structures, the houses that look like towers and settlements like fortresses! Their churches are decorated with most splendid frescoes.
-Come and walk along the old and narrow stone paths of traditional villages, see the Taygetos gorges, try and enjoy the local olive oil, paste meat, honey and Taygetos mountain tea, cookies (diples), herbs and fresh fish.