A modern wedding theme is perfect for stylish, fashion-forward couples who like to think outside of the box and break away from tradition. From a minimalistic black and white colour scheme to funky flower arrangements and eco-friendly DIY ideas, you can find a definition of contemporary that best suits both of you.
If you prefer to get married in a classic style wedding dress, then a traditional wedding design is ideal for you. Think roses or peonies in porcelain vases and garlands made from lilies! Blend crisp white with soft pink, silver or gold to make it beautiful and glamorous.
A romantic wedding theme can be very playful and you can include many original decorations such as heart-shaped ornaments, satin ribbons, ceramic pigeons and floating candles. Think soft mood lighting and lots of flowers on the tables.
A victorian wedding theme is all about luxury, sophistication, beautiful ball gowns, heavily embellished multi-tiered cakes and lush flower arrangements. We love royal blue, gold and white for your colour scheme with long reception tables and tiffany chairs.
Couples who love traditional Japanese style will be thrilled with the idea of having an oriental themed wedding which can include a kimono inspired wedding dress, cherry blossom centrepieces, colourful origami decorations and strings of paper lanterns.
A country style wedding theme is the perfect choice for making beautiful DIY decorations including floral centrepieces and bunting. You can serve homemade cookies and sweet pies for dessert and bake your own wedding cake with freshly picked berries.
To make an urban chic wedding theme choose a beautiful rooftop terrace or a cool city space for your reception. Think neon signs, retro lighting and interesting props. From choosing a modern wedding dress to adorning the venue in fashionable décor, there are many ways to add a bit of urban chic to your wedding.
A colour pop theme is very popular at the moment and you can make it both retro and modern. Add some bright hues to your reception table by using colourful glasses and floral arrangements, serve funky cocktails with paper straws, or even decorate the venue with large circular balloons in an array of colours.
You can use shells, pebbles, corked bottles filled with sand, stripy bunting and starfish to decorate your seaside themed wedding. Shells can also double as unique tealight holders scattered amongst coral. We love long wooden tables with white décor and blue linen napkins.
Lastly, vintage inspired weddings have always been popular among brides-to-be. You can explore different decades to get original ideas like a 1920s flapper inspired theme or a brightly coloured 1960s inspired theme!
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