Happy Monday! One of the most important parts of a wedding, especially when you’re recently engaged, is to decide on a theme. The theme has to be decided before you can pick out invitations, try on dresses, or make a decision on anything involving the ceremony or reception. Base your decision on who you are as a couple. Coming up with a theme will make planning much easier, I swear! But, if you’ve ever watched a wedding show you have seen that themes can get a bit out of hand. Here are just a few examples of taking a theme to new heights.
Don’t take a picture with any type of tractor or dressed up animal. I promise you’ll regret it one day. It’s a “vintage farm wedding” now… not a “John Deere wedding”.
Do think outside the box. Incorporate your theme in ways that people may not expect. There is always a place for hay bales and sunflowers if that’s what your theme calls for!
Do you love the color pink more then anything in the world? Think about incorporating pink in a way that will show your personality as well as your fiance’s without overwhelming your groom, or your guests.
Do remember what you want. Your wedding certainly shouldn’t be football themed, but there are ways to make pink appear in a subtle way that is sure to please you, your groom, and your guests.
Don’t wear a costume. No matter what your taste is, a wedding is a serious event and should be taken seriously. You will remember this day for the rest of your life.
Do make sure you look like you. You don’t want to pretend to be something you aren’t, but you want to make sure that your wedding is a beautiful event, not a theatrical production.