(Closed) What's your wedding theme and color?

posted 4 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 2
9527 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

Congrats! What hobbies, loves, special times do you and Fiance share? That is the best start to a theme. It is a day to celebrate the two of you. Same with color. What is the best of both of you?


Post # 3
2521 posts
Sugar bee


Our theme is A Midsummer Night’s Dream and our main colors are dusty pink and gold with hints of green and dark raspberry…



Post # 4
488 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

Congratulations and welcome to the Bee!

What are your favourite colours and your FI? Some people like to go with colours associated with the time of year they are getting married too.

I always knew I wanted gold (love gold) and so that was one colour, I then showed my Fiance loads of google images of gold and another colour (e.g. gold and navy, gold and blush, gold and coral etc etc) He really liked emerald green (and I do too!) so we went with emerald green and gold!

If I had to choose another colour I would probably choose red and gold, however Fiance wasn’t so keen. 

Post # 5
6272 posts
Bee Keeper

Congratulations!  I really like peonies so we started with that so have ended up in the blush and Ivory kind of area for colours. I’m not getting too worried about it though. Just go with what appeals to you. Do you have a favourite flower?  does your Fiance have an idea of what colour suit a look that he’d like?  that could be your starting point. 

Post # 6
72 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

My overall theme is very playful, fun, almost a bit childish with ALOT of crafty diy decorations. Our colour scheme is pastel rainbow with gold accents. I’ve got a big poofy fun dress and we plan on getting an icecream truck (my dream would be to have miniature ponies or a bouncy house at cocktail hour but maybe that’s ridiculous haha)…the theme is pretty much our personalities. 

Instead of people throwing confetti/rice at us after our ceremony we’ve hand made a ba-jillion wool pom-poms. We’ve made 300 gold paper cranes to hang at the reception. I’m going to speak to my college’s yarn bombing club to see if they’ll yarn bomb a tree or two at our ceremony…that would be amazing!

Post # 7
570 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2017 - France

We’re having a Paisley theme and our colors are purple, white, and silver. 

The colors are based off my ring which is a three stone amethyst center stone and two cz side stones on a silver band. 

The Paisley is playing homage to my Indian heritage.

Post # 8
463 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

We are getting married on a boat on Labor Day weekend and having a nautical theme. Colors are navy, white and touches of green. 

Post # 10
285 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

Our wedding theme is sort of “I love you to the moon and back” with geeky touches here and there. It suits us because we both love the night sky, and we actually first met at a bonfire and then walked down to the beach singing songs together under the light of the moon. The colors are dark blues, pale yellow, and gold. I want a romantic, glowing kind of look to it, so on Navy table cloths we are having a soft yellow paper lantern, so it is like every table has its own personal, softly glowing moon.

We are adding bits of geekiness by using a Legend of Zelda Medley and Neville’s Waltz from the 4th Harry Potter as music in the ceremony, and for table numbers I am collecting love quotes from some of our favorite movies, books, and TV shows and framing those in gold.

Post # 12
697 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Congrats on your engagement and welcome to the Bee! 🙂 First off, have you picked a date yet? What time of year you choose will really help you to narrow down theme, colours, etc… And pick stuff based on you and your FI’s own personal styles and tastes.

My Fiance and I are getting married on May 28th of this year and I chose a “Romantic Elegance” theme. Since it was going to be spring, I wanted it to be soft and romantic with lots of flowers and candles. I really wanted it to be beautiful and to set a romantic and magical mood right when people walked into our ceremony and reception space. Our venue has a very old world french chateau feel to it and it has a lot of creams and whites in their decor. So we chose ivory, white, small accents of pink, and silver for a metalic. For the reception, I chose a beautiful sparkly ivory table linen for all of the tables, and for the centerpieces it’ll be crystal candelabras. Half of them will have white hydrangeas with a mix of white and pink roses on the candelabras and the other half won’t have any flowers on them at all. And there will be tealights and rose petals sprinkled on the tables. We’re not doing a head table or anything like that either. My Fiance and I are just going to be sitting at a table with our parents. And we’ll both be sitting in big white king and queen chairs. It’ll still set focus on us, but not too much. And for our ceremony, we’re having a round white canopy at the back of the room and the aisle will have 4 pillars on each side lining the aisle. And on each pillar there will be 1 candelabra with the flowers on them and there will be 4 tealights around the base of each candelabra.

I picked our venue because it’s already so beautiful on its own, so we wouldn’t need to spend much on decor to make it really stand out. I’m excited to see everything pulled together. I think it’s going to look beautiful! Good luck and have fun in your planning! Figuring out the theme and picking your decor is the most fun part I think!

Post # 15
285 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

bestyblue:  Aww, thank you! Well, does your fiance have any ideas for what he wants, or do you have favorite colors you could incorporate and use that as a jumping point? A theme really helps streamline so that you don’t have too many things going on at once, but don’t be afraid to incorporate other aspects of your life and love story. Don’t constrict yourself too much in your theme.

I get you on wanting all the pretty things, but personally it worked well for me to start some Pinterest boards for specific aspects of the wedding and then streamline those boards down. I am amazed at how much I’ve been able to simplify using this strategy because once I decide on the elements for one aspect I don’t touch it again.

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