These days, choosing a theme for your wedding is one way for you to showcase your and your groom's personalities. Picking a theme that's dear to you not only makes planning more fun, but doing so makes it easier for you to edit your ideas. Below are some of the well-loved themes for weddings.


A theme that has gained popularity over the years, vintage allows couples to play with sophisticated and opulent details. Channel elegance with damask prints, feathers, crystals--the idea is to create a rich tableau that reminds your guests of yesteryear.

Shabby Chic

Similar to vintage, a shabby chic wedding also pays homage to the good old days. The look, however, is more laid-back, as elements feature distressed finishes. Loose floral arrangements will help set a romantic ambiance. Also consider reusing old items to make your set-up more homey.


Because casual weddings have become popular of late, some couples opt for a beach-themed wedding, which channels a very laid-back feel. Remember, you don't have to have a beachside celebration to pull off such a theme--just incorporate seashells, starfish, sand, and other ocean elements into your decor to nail the look.

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Traveling is one of the things that most couples do together, which is why it's unsurprising that travel-themed affairs have become hits among the marrying crowd. Show your wanderlust by using luggage, passports, compasses, and other similar elements that channel your love for adventure.

If you're thinking of picking one of these themes, remember to pay attention to even the smallest details. Make sure to incorporate elements that channel the theme--for ideas, see our gallery below.

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