Gone are the days when weddings were purely traditional. The rise of Pinterest, Tumblr and blogs inspire couples to be more creative in picking out a theme for their special day. Luckily, our Girltalkers have recommended the following themes just in case you need help getting started! Remember, once you pin down your theme, the rest will follow.
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The classic Filipiniana theme never fails to look elegant and classy in photos. You won’t have a hard time picking out suppliers for gowns, and booking venues will be a breeze. This is really about paying homage to your roots.
The Good Old Color Scheme
Color schemes are perfect for couples who want to keep things a bit low-key. You can settle for one or two or even determine a whole palette, it all depends on your preference. (It's your wedding, after all!) Just make sure to be considerate, and don't ask your guests to dress in very specific, hard-to-find colors.
A lot of couples have been drawn to picking a specific decade as the theme of their wedding. From vintage glam to the Great Gatsby era to the retro period, having this type of theme takes creativity to another level in terms of decorations, invites, hashtags and #ootds.
A theme centering on a specific place (or being in transit itself) guarantees a wow factor—when pulled off right. You can have a rustic farm, nature, mountain or beach-themed celebration. A lot of celebrities have literally gone the extra mile(s) just to get that authentic Italian or French wedding. A theme like this would also showcase beautiful styling and breathtaking venues perfect for pictures (and features)!
If a couple is totally hooked on a specific show or any form of geekery, such a theme will definitely be memorable for guests. We’re pretty sure you’ve heard of some Star Wars, Lord of The Rings or Harry Potter-themed weddings here and there.
There you have it ladies! While having a theme is definitely not a requirement, it does help make planning the wedding easier as you already have a specific vision in mind. It’s just a matter of putting everything together to make your wedding truly a dreamy one. For ideas and more, you can head over to our Girltalk forums.
Special thanks to our Girltalkers for these aww-some ideas.