Let's face it; your wedding is a big deal and there are a lot of things to consider that can make or break your wedding. The time of year is one of the major things that you should take into account when planning your wedding, as there are a lot of things to consider including the weather, wedding themes, and the dress of the bride and her wedding party.


The natural setting is the best setting for November weddings, if it is early enough in the season. You don't want to freeze out your guests; you can set up outdoor heaters if you are having a covered canopy wedding and it is cold, but other than that most November weddings are best held while indoors.

November is a month that falls right at the beginning of the winter season. For this reason, November weather is not always the nicest and warmest. It can be rather difficult to get guests to travel cross the state and/or country in three feet of snow so if you live in an area where the weather is not the best in November. You should probably consider having your wedding another time or in an indoor setting. However, if this is not something that does affect you, November is one of the best times to have a wedding; after all, it is in the fall--a nice, bright and colorful season--giving you the best of the best in color scheme selection, party favors, wedding themes and more.

The aura behind November weddings has to do with warmth; the best colors for November weddings are oranges, browns, tans, and similar warm-toned colors. Of course, this does not have to be applied to the wedding dress (unless, of course, brown wedding dresses are your thing), but it is a great theme to help you choose the color of the dresses and outfits for the members of your wedding party. In addition, this is a great theme to follow when picking out colors for the flowers and arrangements at your wedding. Nothing too bright or extravagant; November is a month of subtlety and your wedding should reflect this.

Since November is the time for Thanksgiving, that makes for interesting centerpieces; pumpkins can be found cheap at the local pumpkin yards and they look perfect on the center of the tables at wedding receptions; the same goes for cornucopia centerpieces. They look great on the center of the table and can add spice to any arrangement, adding to the appeal of November weddings.

Wine, cider, and drinks of that nature are perfect for November weddings. As far as desserts, apple pies, pumpkin pies, apple crisps, and other things. The winter time is full of full bellies and good food, and your wedding should not be any different.

Leah Broughton is one of the authors providing free help and information to brides and grooms. Why not visit wedding plan secrets for more useful articles on wedding planning.

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