(Closed) Theme identity crisis- HELP! =)

posted 9 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
5 posts
  • Wedding: October 2009

i don’t think they’d be out of place at all! i think having a few random, meaningful bits throughout the day will make it more "you" than an overall theme would. (eg: fiance proposed in a coffee shop, so we have coffee favors. but we’re no doing a coffeehouse themed wedding)

 it may feel disjointed now, but everything will flow together beautifully.


if you still feel apprehensive, though, a few simple ideas would be 1) having a big galvanized bucket full of turquois and chocolate flip flops at the reception (so folks can dance comfortably), or incorporating sand and shells into your centerpieces (little glass jars filled with sand, shells, and a votive candle can be an inexpensive diy)

 or, lastly, you can make the sanddollar your "signature symbol" of the day. get a sanddollar stamp and put them on the invites, the programs, etc. i think they also sell sanddollar shaped chocolates, too, which would be great favors!

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