Springtime is a great time of year for weddings for many reasons. First of all, it’s the rebirth of nature after a long winter, which gives many people a feeling of freshness and renewal in the world. Secondly, it’s a time of warmer weather, which means weddings can return to outdoor settings – and we all know that there’s nothing better than a refreshing outdoor wedding. Finally, springtime is filled with some of the most beautiful things in nature: birds, flowers, and of course, butterflies.
Butterflies are great for incorporating into your wedding day because of their beautiful, delicate nature and their significance in many cultures. For many people, the butterfly represents transformation, luck, inspiration, rebirth, beauty, and peace – all things that you want to bring to your marriage. Plus, as the perfect symbol of spring, butterflies make a great fit for your springtime wedding (and butterfly wedding favors are our favorites!).
Not sure how you can incorporate butterflies into your wedding day? Not sure what else you can do besides give your guests butterfly wedding favors
? Let Daisy-Days.com help with these suggestions for using butterflies on your special day:
1.) In Celtic cultures, brides would embroider birthing gowns, blankets, and bedding with butterflies to symbolize the welcoming of children into the marriage. Consider choosing a wedding gown with butterflies sewn in, or have one embroidered into your wedding day ensemble to get the same effect.
2.) Delight your guests by giving them butterfly wedding favors
from Daisy-Days.com. These simple and pretty favors are great for capturing your springtime theme while at the same time, sharing the significance of this beautiful creature. Butterfly wedding favors are affordable and offer just the right touch to your special day.
3.) In addition to using butterfly wedding favors, add artificial butterflies
to your tables and floral arrangements as an unexpected but stunning detail.
4.) Instead of releasing doves or having your guests throw rice, consider releasing butterflies.
5.) In the Japanese culture, butterflies are seen as the personification of one's soul, and on your wedding day, you can consider that moment to be the coming together of two souls into one. Symbolize this coming together by having butterflies engraved on the inside of your wedding rings.