Post # 17
oooh. i just figured out what to call mine – formal spring garden party. our colors are dark pink, light pink and pale yellow and the wedding is in may. if only i could get all the guests to wear those big hats like they wear in england! it would be sooo four weddings and a funeral (without those big puff sleeves and hugh grant always being late for the ceremony!)
Post # 18
Not really a theme but it’s a late summer-vintage-family affair. Our colors are colors of the sunset-pinks, yellows, and oranges.
Post # 19
Still working on it, but I would say like formal garden party with lots of gerbera daisies. Colors are bright pink, brown, and grass green. We’re getting married in a town park, and the reception is at a country club.
Post # 20
I am having an outdoor wedding & my color is white with green accents. Our theme is an Italian theme (we have been to Italy & Fiance is Italian too.) So, we will have bruchetta & cheese boards as appitizers, then serving salad & two Italian pasta dishes. All the tables will be named after landmarks that we went to in Italy, & we are using wine corks to hold our escort cards & all our paper items (invitations, programs, escort cards, etc) will have our Olive branch on them; tying in the Italian theme 🙂
Post # 21
We are getting married in December in a castle style manor and since I am from Germany and my fiance’s family is from Norway we are going with a European Christmas Market type feel.
Post # 22
It was originally a tiffany blue but goodness that is a hard color to match so when I did dress shopping last weekend we got Navy blue and light yellow dresses and isnce it is in texas we decided to go with a country texas spring theme. If that makes sense. ia ms til trying to figure out how to make that work out. Haha
Post # 23
Vintage Alice in Wonderland (old glam).
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Post # 25
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony: Catholic Church, Reception: Hotel Ballroom
I wouldn’t say that we have a "theme" per se, but we’re using black & white & shades of pink as our colors, and may have a tagline of "better together" for things for our wedding. We’re doing a candy bar, and some other things that we both love to reflect our personalities.
Post # 26
old south meets old hollywood! I’m a classic kind of southern belle! colors are shimmery light aqua, black (contrast color) and pink (cameo).
Post # 27
Nautical Preppy. Navy blue and white with yellow accents. Navy tablecloths, white napkins, blue hudreangea centerpieces, yellow ranunculus with blue hydrangea in Bridesmaid or Best Man bouqs, some nautical flag decor here and there, navy and white striped and navy and white polka dotted ribbon accents. !
Post # 28
I have a friend who was a wedding planner–she told me to pick 4 words as the "theme" (of course disney is an underlying theme of the event but not the wedding)
Couldn’t be more "us"
Post # 29
We are going for classic. A tiny, old, beautiful chapel; the attendants all in black; me in white lace; And our colors will be blue, silver, white and black.
Post # 30
The venue is an old orange packing plant from the late 1800s.
It’s sort of a vintage glam and rustic-aviary theme. My colors are black, cream and olive green.
Post # 31
My theme is French country with a touch of Mexico (for my FMIL). 🙂
So funny, but it really works. We’re being married in an old Spanish Church, a precursor to the mission in Santa Barbara. My dress has Spanish Lace at the bottom. Then we go to a Victorian cottage with shabby chic decor and French food. We will have a salsa band there.