Best executed in Summer, these wedding theme ideas is a fresh new take on the classic florals that everyone expects at weddings. Choose a dry day, and set up your tables and chairs on grass, with matching leafy garlands and arches. Of course, florals are here to stay – so incorporate your favourite flowers into the greenery, keeping the colours subtle. Take it one step further and use natural wood chairs and signs to carry the theme throughout the entire celebration.
For a more casual event, a Bohemian theme would be perfect – you are in complete control of how complicated or simple your wedding is. For a simplistic twist, host your wedding outdoors (weather permitting), and hang decorations like dream catchers, feathers and fairy lights from the trees, and choose multicoloured glasses and cutlery for your guests. Extend these wedding theme ideas by requesting your guests to don their best bohemian inspired outfits – this will add to the whole effect and make pictures look stunningly put together.
Every bride wants to feel like a princess on their big day – take it one step further and turn your wedding venue into a fairytale paradise. Candles add a romantic touch (if you’re concerned about safety, use electric ones) and trees wound into arches down the aisle, accented with fairy lights, can create the illusion of a fairytale forest. To add something personal, you could even adapt this wedding theme idea to your favourite fairytale, or add subtle hints to Disney tales.
Pastels were a huge trend in spring, and they have translated into wedding culture. Everything, from bridesmaid dresses to flowers can be chosen in pastel hues, so this is a really simple wedding theme idea to follow. Choose a cake in sugary pink and blue colours, and pick bridesmaid dresses in the same style, but an array of pastel colours. It provides a beautiful contrast to a plain, monochromatic dress or suit for pictures.
Sometimes, the most beautiful wedding theme ideas call on different eras for inspiration – this year, people have been taking note from the 50’s, with full-skirted dresses and dapper suits. To add a fun activity for guests, hire a photo booth with fun props for guests to take a picture and have a lasting memory of your wedding. Choose a venue with vintage bars and vending machines, with diner-style food and milkshakes to really nail this wedding theme idea.
With Christmas on the horizon, what better way to put your guests in a good spirits than with a seasonal theme? Use Christmas decorations to adorn your venue, and hire a Christmas tree. Instead of a guestbook, use small strips of paper and let your guest write a message on them, then instruct them to tie their message around a branch to mimic baubles. This wedding theme idea would get guests ready and excited for the holiday season, and ensure that it is a winter wedding nobody will forget.
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