When you plan your wedding, it will be easier to choose a colour scheme and decorations when you have a theme. Choosing a theme is a little complicated. It should be something that you both find interesting and reflects your personality. Once you set a perfect theme, then your preparations will become easier. Here are some ideas on how to set the tone on your big day:
A romantic theme calls for a soft feel, mood lighting and lots of floral decorations. Pastel works well for romantic themed weddings, like chandeliers, candles, flowers and calligraphy on the menu and place cards. Speak to your venue about help with the theme. For Function Rooms Newbury, consider Newbury Racecourse, suppliers of Function Rooms Newbury.
If you are a kind of offbeat couple, you will want something with a little edge. Forget tradition, you are more about carving your own path. Consider the cold, moodier colour schemes, an alternative to fresh flowers such as leather or paper flowers and really let your creative juices flow. Push boundaries and have the wedding you really want – forget the tradition.
Looking to the past and the weddings of your ancestors for inspiration is great for a vintage inspired wedding. The easiest way to show this is with your choice of wedding dress and other wedding attire. Select antique-style décor, such as wood and weathered materials. Choose your wedding transport as a vintage car and think about including some antique framed black and white wedding photos to decorate your reception.
Contemporary styles include geometric patterns, clean lines and minimalism. Reflect modernity by switching up the traditional wedding dress for something updated or change from the usual white. Think cool decor symmetrical, bold colours or monochrome displays.