When it comes to wedding ceremonies, they don’t always have to have a theme, but to set a theme for your wedding is a good idea. It will make your wedding planning smoother and easier. If you have a wedding theme in mind, start thinking about ways you can incorporate it, from your wedding ceremony, to the reception, and your wedding cake to your wedding invitations. If you are going to have a theme for your nuptials, to inspire your decision, we have rounded up 4 of the most popular wedding themes from the knot. Take a look!
Rustic settings such as older buildings, farms and cellar doors really play with this theme and give it a more relaxed charm. With more couples choosing to have their day focused on them and having fun, this relaxed feel is becoming increasingly popular.
We’re also seeing more styling pop up that is designed to give that rustic look even if it is new. So it’s the perfect combination and theme for someone going for an older venue on a budget, or something new that still gives the vibe they want.
If you’re describing your wedding you do want to think of it as romantic, and a lot of weddings are starting to use this as their theme. Think natural golden lighting for your photos, and elements such as warm festoon or fairy lighting throughout your wedding and venue to add that romantic and magical touch.
Romantic weddings have a bit of the traditional element to them as well, focusing on the love of the couple and using traditions such as the first dance to highlight these.
There will always be a place for the traditional white wedding and this is it.
Steeped in tradition these are more likely to be hosted at a dedicated reception center, where 36% of weddings are hosted. And while a church or chapel might be considered the most traditional, classic outdoor ceremonies are also popular for couples focusing on this theme.
Fewer couples are having vintage weddings than in previous years. However, some of the most popular themes such as rustic and chic weddings focus on including these vintage elements in weddings.
Vintage details pair well with the rustic elements to create a well-rounded aesthetic, while bohemian weddings focus on vintage furniture and old-word lace designs that are very vintage looking.