Which would be your choice?

Published on 27 March 2021 at 19:32

Your theme will be the basis of your wedding day ideas.  Inspiring not only your decor but also the design of your invites and possibly the type of venue you choose. There are lots of styles available which initially can make it difficult to choose.  Hopefully, the information we have compiled will help guide you, bringing your ideas together.

You may have reasons to include certain ideas because they have a particular meaning for you, your partner of both. of you.  Put your ideas together, see if there are any ideas you both agree on and start with those.

With all the ideas you both have an interest for, you will gradually develop more of a vision for how you imagine your day, This will then open up for you to plan other areas of your day.

A consideration to remember though, is that many themes can over lap slightly.  This will then allow you to have a little more flexibility and show a little of your own personality.

 

Rustic

Rustic décor tends to be popular in barns and tipi settings, where styles can be very in tune with the out doors.  Lots of natural materials, wooden log slices, lace, hessian, string lights, twine mason jars make a warm but simple feel to a rustic theme.

Often a very easy theme if you enjoy DIY wedding décor as edges don't have to be perfect and the materials are easily accessible.

Whimsical

Commonly seen in outdoor settings, either in stunning venue gardens or for the nature loving couple a woodland wedding fits perfectly with this concept.  Whimsical themes incorporate bright colours, often with multicoloured balloons, streamers or hanging paper lanterns, quirky bohemian elements such as chiffon drapes, dramatic colourful floral arrangements, and mismatched chairs.

 

Traditional

Formal weddings are often a brides life long dream, where by dreams of how the day will look have often been in mind for years.   Having guests dress for the occasion, will mean co ordinating your décor will fit accordingly.

Definitively a chance to pull out all the stops, (wine glasses, full table setting and all) !with a full sit-down dinner, posh seating.  Timeless centrepieces with ornate flower arrangements, which can also be incorporated in your cake.  There are so many traditional formalities, but this is a theme to make a statement, not forgetting a dramatic top table setting 

Modern

Minimal with clear contrast and clean lines all contribute to a modern feel.  There are so many options available that you really don't have many boundaries.  The traditional white dress is no longer considered a must, with many suppliers like https://www.karentemplebridalwear.co.uk/ stock subtle floral designs in their range   With regards to décor, bold colour schemes, geometric shapes with stunning backdrop structures.  sleek seats.

 

Tropical

Creating a beautiful tropical feel doesn't need to mean a destination wedding in Tahiti.  With a very plain starting point, adding neon florals mixed with palm leaves and bright coloured fabrics.  Not forgetting the signature cocktails, before you know it, you can create a very laid back beach atmosphere in the most urban of venues.

 

Romantic

Typically to bright open spaces in the day time, with soft delicate lighting in the evening, large floral displays. Pastels colour schemes, Flower walls and a grand venue with hanging chandeliers.  Incorporate beautiful floral invite with dramatic calligraphy to add the final touch

 

Bohemian

Bohemian themes are very carefree and relaxed, often reflected in your personal style prior to the planning process.   Simplistic and elegant floral in nude colour palletes, incorporating oriental rugs lining the aisle and altar.  Macramé decorations along with lots of patterned cushions.


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