Post # 1
Ok, my wedding is in december. our colors are black, burgundy, and ivory. I see everyone is having a theme. aaaackkk!!!! I DON’T HAVE A THEME! just threw a bunch of black burgundy and ivory stuff together!
Post # 3
Bahaha – don’t worry! I don’t have a theme either, I just like turquoise-y blue and white. So my theme is…..um….turquoise-y blue and white?
Post # 4
Is it a requirement to have a theme? As long as you love it, that’s all that matters.
Post # 5
Don’t worry. When I planned my wedding, which took place in 2009, I had no idea some people now choose themes for their weddings. I did not have a theme, and I still have never been to a wedding that has had a theme. 🙂 I simply planned a very elegant, black-tie optional wedding that included colors, flowers, and other details that I and my Darling Husband liked. You’ll be fine. 🙂
Post # 6
A theme is not necessary, we have a theme because it just so happens that we are getting married in the fall and well we thought to make it simpler let’s go with a fall theme. As long as you like your colors, you’re good to go 😀 And those sound like a great color combo.
Post # 7
You don’t have to have a theme!
Post # 8
We started out with a theme and my family has taken it to a whole other level that I now regret–like brides pre-David Tutera makeover on MFW.
Post # 9
Themes aren’t necessary. Just pick colors and things you like and bam — fabulous wedding minus a theme. If you have a vision I say go with it. =)
Post # 10
You’re fine with colors. I’m the opposite… I have no idea what colors I want, but I want a 1930’s theme haha.
Post # 11
I agree. No theme required. 🙂 Everthing will just fall into place.
Post # 12
No theme here. Just matching colors.
Post # 14
Out of all the weddings I’ve been to, only one had a theme. Ours sure doesn’t!
Post # 15