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  • Xuan Lee McMartin

2021 Daylights Savings Time & Your Wedding


Daylights Savings Time is this Sunday


This weekend our clocks will be springing forward by one hour. That means we'll be getting an extra hour of daylight at the end of the day. This is definitely something to keep in mind when you're planning your ceremony, especially if you are planning on saying your vows at sunset or doing twilight wedding photos. Another thing to keep in mind is the use of lights and candles during your wedding ceremony & cocktail hour, and whether they will be noticable depending on the daylight at that time. The clocks won't be changing back until November 7th, so here are some approximate sunset times to help you plan your wedding timeline.

California Sunset Times

March (BEFORE Daylights Savings): 5:50 PM

March (AFTER Daylights Savings): 7:05 PM

April: 7:15 - 7:30 PM

May: 7:40 - 8 PM

June: 8 - 8:08 PM

Early July: 8:08

Late July: 7:54 PM (Sunset starts getting earlier as summer comes to an end)

Early August: 7:50

Late August: 7:20 PM

Early September: 7 PM

Late September: 6:45 PM

Early October: 6:30 PM

Late October: 6 PM



Spring Flowers are Now in Season

With the first day of spring rapidly approaching, I thought it would be nice to share some of the beautiful fresh blooms that are now in season. It's fun to incorporate fresh flowers into your wedding, bridal shower and engagement parties.


Some of the most popular in-season flowers include: Roses, tulips, lilacs, daffodils, daisies, orchids, violets, peonies, pansies, azaleas, irises, cherry blossoms, poppies, pussy willows, dahlias, sweet peas, zinnias, and lilies.

>>> Click here to see some of my favorite spring floral arrangements

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