Post # 1
I don’t have a “theme” in mind… is this ok? I have a color pallete and thats really it… We’re having karaoke, but definitely not as a theme… Anyone else without a theme? I just want it to be pretty and romantic-ish
Post # 4
We met in a karaoke bar… 🙂 Our friends will love it I’m sure, and knowing my family, there will be no shortage of entertainment 🙂
Post # 5
No theme for us! We’re just sticking to our color palette.
Honestly, I am just not the type of person that can pull off a cohesive theme.
My theme is to get married with the least amount of things going wrong as possible! 😉
Post # 6
I definitely don’t think a theme is required. A color scheme and overall feeling from that color scheme is enough to tie everything together.
Karaoke sounds amazing!!!
Post # 7
I think a theme can feel forced at times. The greatest theme is “Us” or “Things We Like”.
Post # 8
You do not need a theme at all, I think it’s a relatively new concept that every wedding has to have a theme all over the place. Just a color scheme is perfect, if that’s what you want.
Post # 9
You definitely don’t need a theme. I have a theme because it helps me stay focused and keep my ideas cohesive, but some people might do better without one. I think either way your wedding will be awesome. Especially with karaoke!! Sounds like fun to me 🙂
Post # 10
I’m not having a theme.
I get asked all the time if I’m having a theme (or worse, people assume I’m having one and ask me WHAT my theme is) and I just reply with a simple:
“My theme is…Stuff we like”
It’s at a venue we like, we’ll eat and drink food and wine we like, it’ll be decorated how we (I) like it, music we like will be played…. It doesn’t follow any sort of “theme” IMO but I’m going to enjoy it because it’s stuff we like! 🙂
Post # 11
You definitely don’t need a theme! You might want to pick out a couple fonts as well as your colors, though, to keep things flowing well across all of your paper products.
Post # 12
Yeah, it’s fine!
We’re doing a vintage-travel theme, but only because it fits our venue and it gives me some direction in what to buy (otherwise it would be the “Hey, look what atalante managed to find on the internets! About 50 different stores!” theme).
Post # 13
I think its fine to not have a theme. We also are just having our colour scheme and I keep finding little things that match and that i like and adding them.
Don’t feel pressured into a theme if you don’t want one, its your day. Go with what you and your Fiance want and enjoy every minute. It will be romantic because you are in love and its a wedding. That’s enough theme.