Themed Wedding and Wedding Themes.
A wedding theme is a great starting point for creating a cohesive feel throughout the wedding process, from the invitations to the reception. Below, we take a look at some of the most popular wedding themes.
Take advantage of the season to create an unforgettable wedding ceremony!
Garden or tropical themes are popular during the spring and summer seasons. Lush flowers are a given, while fresh air and late sunsets make for unforgettable outdoor receptions.
During the fall, take advantage of gorgeous foliage and rustic tones. Autumn weddings are as romantic as can be, with the slight dip in temperature offering the perfect excuse for textured linens and the warm glow of candles.
Winter weddings can be truly special, with spectacular colors (think ivory and cranberry red) and comfort food and drinks (hot chocolate with Kahlua, anyone?).
From the Roaring 20s to Disco, vintage-themed weddings are a blast for everyone involved. Vintage weddings may take quite a bit of planning so that the decorations, music and wedding dress are just right, but the results are well worth it.
If you do your best to live "green", there's no reason why your wedding should be any different. Consider a one-of-a-kind vintage wedding dress. Forego the wedding favors and plant a tree in each guest's name. Find a caterer who specializes in local, organic produce. And, of course, don't forget Minted's luxurious 100% recycled eco-friendly wedding invitations.
From spontaneous road trips to exotic vacations, travel has a way of bring couples closer together. There are endless ways for globe-trotting couples to tie in travel to their wedding, from map-inspired wedding invitations to an around-the-world menu.
A fairytale romance calls for a fairytale wedding! Make your fantasy wedding a reality, with a princess gown and carriage transportation. Or, opt for a more modern fairytale, with a simple floral wreath in your hair and a reception under the stars.
There are many creative, elegant ways to incorporate Asian culture into a Chinese themed wedding, from changing into a gorgeous red dress after the wedding to a traditional multi-course banquet.
The groom doesn't need to wear a kilt at an Irish themed wedding, although it certainly wouldn't hurt! Incorporate Irish culture by hiring a harpist or bagpiper to perform during the ceremony, wearing a touch of Irish lace as part of your wedding gown and serving soda bread to start the meal.
From cowboy boots to rustic ranch settings, Western themed weddings are as fun as can be. While the bride and groom may wear formal wedding apparel during the ceremony, they will appreciate the excuse to change into jeans for the reception. Cheerful sunflowers make great centerpieces, while a square-dance is a great way to get all the guests on their feet.
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