Deciding on a cohesive vision for your wedding can be one of the hardest parts of the planning process. Do you stick to classic, traditional elements, or keep things streamlined and contemporary? Do you want rustic and ethereal, or beachy and relaxed? On deciding on your theme you’re free to finally move forward with the specifics of your big day, so for your inspiration, we have rounded up some stunning wedding theme ideas to help find a theme that is perfect for you.
If you’re the kind of bride that is looking for timelessness over trends then a modern classic wedding could be the one for you. Normally on the formal side, think clean-cut, monochrome or whitewashed decor, in an elegant ballroom setting featuring beautiful green and white florals. You can opt for having subtle pastel or metallic hues as long as your palette stays refined, with clean lines and plenty of sophisticated elegance to enhance the classic details of your venue and styling elements.
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As you can imagine this theme is all about ramping up the romance with soft pastel shades and an abundance of delicate florals. Slightly more relaxed than the classic theme, but by no means less luxurious, this style embraces colour and soft, feminine touches; warm lighting, scattered rose petals and floaty, ethereal fabrics. Perfect for an outdoor wedding or an interior reception with classic features that can act as a blank canvas.
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For the lover of the outdoors, this Rustic Vintage theme celebrates nature and is ideal for a couple that craves a more relaxed and informal wedding aesthetic. Pair lush, natural tones of green and brown with white and ivory; wild, freshly picked flowers adorn rustic wooden tables with eclectic touches for added charm. Embrace natural textures of wood and stone in your styling elements, and opt for a more relaxed attire to suit the stripped back nature of this theme that is both simple and elegant.
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For the lover of all things glitz and glamour this theme embraces luxury like no other, with heavy metallics, lush materials and opulent centrepieces. A nod to old hollywood glamour this aesthetic favours all things art deco, so introduce geometric touches and metallics where you can, whether that be in the architectural elements of your venue, reception styling or stationary. This is your opportunity to go over the top with chic, opulent details including a must have accessory for any glamorous 1920’s soiree: a champagne tower.
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For a casual and effortless-looking style next to the sea, you can’t go wrong with a beachy bohemian theme. Choose simple, paired back styling elements, floaty fabrics and delicate flowers that both embrace and enhance your surroundings, and a colour palette that works harmoniously with nature.
The Bridal style is relaxed and minimal yet still elegant, with mix-matched bridesmaids gowns, brides opting not to wear shoes and groomsmen in more casual attire. It’s a chic and effortless theme that creates a fun and youthful atmosphere.
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