|Original Photographs from Archives|
The Garden Club meeting in February was on Valentine's Day. The subject was wedding flowers. The presenter included history, which influenced how lavish or sparse the bouquets were. She said in the 1930's the most popular month for weddings was November, and the most popular day was Thanksgiving. Apparently weddings were held then so folks didn't have to travel, since they were already gathered for Thanksgiving.
|Spring wasn't always the most popular time for New England weddings.|