Beautiful Theme Ideas For Your Wedding & How to Pull Them Off
It has become very popular for couples to pick a theme for their wedding day. Choosing a theme ensures a level of continuity. It also makes it easier and quicker to make those difficult decisions on what colors, flowers and table decorations to have.
However, if you do not already have a theme in mind, making a decision on one can be a challenge in itself. It can be absolutely anything you like, so the choices are endless. Below are some beautiful theme ideas which will, hopefully, give you some ideas and inspiration for your perfect wedding.
Once Upon A Time
Many ladies dream of a fairytale wedding. And, because they are marrying Prince Charming, they will be allowed to have anything they want. A wedding theme like this can be as subtle or as extravagant as you want.
For an all out fairytale theme, consider a wedding dress with a pink shade. Many brides choose a wedding dress with a beautiful pink glow that looks very elegant. If you like the idea of this, do beware of gowns that are too pink, as they could look vulgar. To add to your theme, you and your partner may want to choose a castle as your wedding venue, and arrive in horse-drawn carriage.
For a more subtle fairy tale theme, you may like the idea of a wedding gown with a little sparkle. Echo your theme throughout the day with beautiful white and pink roses and storybook style name place cards.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Think, an evening wedding in a woodland setting with wildflowers and fairy lights. A simple, bohemian style lace wedding dress would be perfect for this theme. The bridesmaids could also wear floaty, delicate dresses and have plenty of flowers in their hair.
In terms of colors think natural greens, pastel pinks, yellows, and oranges. Your menu could be presented on parchment style paper in a scroll that your guests unravel.
Opt for a delicate balance between rustic and refined for your menu.
Since the release of Great Gatsby, the popularity of art deco and 1920s as wedding themes has increased. If you want to incorporate 1920s into your wedding dress, look for designs with a dropped waistline and a cap veil. The fashion during the 1920s was glitzy dresses with a lot of movement. If you want to stay true to this era, you may wish to look for an embellished flapper style wedding dress.
There should be plenty of black and gold in your wedding table decoration. The centerpieces should be big and bold with an abundance of flowers, feathers, and sparkles.
Serve your bubbly in champagne coupes while guests listen and dance to jazz.
When choosing your theme, it is essential that you are comfortable and confident with it. To go one step further be sure to get your choice of food to match the wedding theme. You shouldn’t just pick any idea because if it’s not really your style, you both will feel out of place. The theme should be a reflection of you and your partner’s personality. We hope this information has helped you to plan the wedding of your dreams.