(Closed) Wedding Theme?

posted 6 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
2256 posts
Buzzing bee

Do you have a picture of this banquet room? I’m having a hard time picturing it.

You might consider a rustic feel. Mason jars, antiques, burlap, etc. Just little touches like that. Don’t go too nuts with the “theme” thing. There doesn’t really need to be a theme, per se. Just touches.

Post # 3
536 posts
Busy bee

I am doing the same as you and I am so confused on what to call it. I was calling it rustic, but everyone is telling me that its shabby chic. Check out pinterest for shabby chic!!!

Post # 4
5517 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France

Do you absolutely need a theme or would a color scheme be enough? What kind of things do you and Fiance enjoy together? and Lets see the venue!

Post # 9
3584 posts
Sugar bee

I don’t  necessarily have a theme. I don’t even know what to call it but i want purple with lace and pearls. Then i want kind of like romantic with candles so i guess I just want it to look nice.

Post # 10
1303 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: Hawksnest Cove Beach St John USVI

I didn’t have a theme for the first part of my wedding planning – it just came together as I planned it and I’m glad in a way. Sometimes themes can get out of hand (theres a thread on here about a frozen themed wedding that got a bit out of hand!). I started with the colors and such and eventually got to the theme of “Always Be my Valentine” since it’s on Valentines day. I could have easily gotten carried away especially since I’ve been planning for over a year and once the merchandise started hitting stores!!!!

Post # 12
382 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Cottage on the Creek

navy + coral + the carpet in there + the view lends itself to a nautical theme, I think! 

  • This reply was modified 5 years, 6 months ago by  Mrs. Coral.
Post # 15
124 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015 - Restaurant

I am also having troubles with the theme :/ 

As you, I started with the country-style idea, but my mother was really against it. She was weeped away by the vintage style (I blame my little sister for that). However, after many venues fiance and I decided for a nice place near the sea.

The venue has bright colors (orange and silver) with some green and brown (in furniture) and I’m incorporating blue (because I want to 😛 LOL). The place has a rustic/colonial feeling (thing Guanajuato or Queretaro, in Mexico) and a lovely sea view.

Looking for places like mine at Pinterest has been hell. There are many beach themed weddings, and bright color weddings, but I haven’t found any that combines both sea and bright colors, without being directly at the beach. Eventually I decided to insted of using a theme -which has proven to be quite difficult- I’m going to go with “touchs of themes”. This is, I’m going to incoporate the things I love that match the venue’s atmosphere.

So far, I am incorporating oil lamps and puffy flowers (still deciding on which ones), I am also adding some lace (because my wedding dress and cake have some). I think it is better to just mix things from the different themes that you like, instead of only focusing on one. That way you might end up like me, with a colonial/rustic/classic/beach wedding..LOL

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