One of the most difficult decisions a bride could ever make is choosing a wedding theme. Do you want your wedding to be modern or somewhat have that vintage feel? The progress of your wedding planning will depend on how fast you come up with a theme. Don’t get so worked up because there’s a wedding theme guide that you can check out to make your decicion making easier and faster.
Having this theme can be lots of fun. You can choose which decade you want, 50’s up to 90’s, or even older and get inspiration from that. One of the easiest ways to channel this is through your wedding outfit, hair, and makeup. It doesn’t matter if you look through expensive wedding dresses or cheap wedding dresses, as long as they’re from the decade you chose. Buy antique-looking decor for your ceremony and reception and drive away in an old car.
Think clean lines, geometric shapes, and minimal design. Put a modern touch on anything from your wedding dress (wear anything but white) to your decorations.
In a romantic wedding, there should be lots of flowers, soft colors, and fine lighting. Visualize pastels, hanging lights like chandeliers, and a flower wall for this theme. A ball gown wedding dress will be suitable for this theme. Try shopping online in websites like JJ’s House (Jjshouse.com), the global leading online retailer for wedding gowns, special event dresses, wedding party dresses, and accessories.
Go for an outdoor garden party-themed setup if you want a more casual wedding. This laid-back style is also perfect if you’re going to get married during summer.
If you want your groom, the entourage, and guests dress to the nines, this is the theme for you. Keep in mind though that everything must be extravagant. From the reception venue to the food, flower arrangements, table setting, cake etc.
A bohemian wedding is fun, cool, and carefree. The wedding dress and the attire of the whole entourage must also have that bohemian look. The venue decorations should be simple yet elegant, with decorative pillows and oriental rugs lining the altar as well as the aisle.
You can pull off a tropical themed wedding even if you don’t really live in a tropical place. You just have to decorate the venue with a lot of plants like palm fronds and other leaves and flowers. The food too should have something to do with the tropics.