Wedding Themes

Are you thinking of having a themed wedding? Do you need some help, or inspiration, in choosing a wedding theme, or perhaps you have chosen a theme but need some ideas to help turn your wedding into a magical day.

In this section we will look at some popular, and some unusual, wedding themes.

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Autumn Themed Wedding - There are colours a plenty in this glorious season of glowing gold’s, shimmering oranges, dark chocolate browns, hunter green and rich burgundy reds along with spices and mulled wine and the smell of bonfires with roasted chestnuts all add to the wonderful magical time of Autumn.

More colours of rust red, deep red, navy blue, eggplant purple, pewter, silver, pale yellow, pumpkin orange as well as white, ivory, champagne and beige mixed with twigs and berries can be used for a truly magical harvest type display.[cont...]

Summer Themed Wedding - Roses, butterflies and sunshine are in plenty during the months June to September and certainly help towards planning your perfect Summer Wedding.

Out of all the seasons to get married, summer it has been said, is usually one of the best to give you the most choice from picking a venue to eating alfresco. [cont...]

Spring Themed Wedding - Spring is a wonderful time of the year to have your wedding. Just like the opening of new flowers and the hatching of chicks so your marriage signifies the start of a new life together, as man and wife.

There are many colours which represent the dawn of spring including white, yellow, pink and cream which can be complimented by light shades of blue and green. [cont...]

Christmas Themed Wedding - If you are planning on having a winter wedding, then why not consider having a Christmas themed wedding. It would make the whole planning process that much easier as you will already have a seasonal colour scheme to work with. People normally associate red and green with Christmas, but you don’t have to limit your decorative palette to just these two colours, burgundy, silver, gold, browns and light blue can work just as well to capture the essence of winter [cont...]