Why a theme is important
If you’ve recently starting planning your wedding, you’ll soon be tackling the big decision of choosing your wedding theme and colours. Regardless of where you’re getting married, your theme is one of the most important decisions you can make in the planning process, it can influence the invites, bridesmaid dresses, table covers, the cake, the flowers and even the wedding favours! So, it’s kind of a big deal.
Themes for 2017
There are loads of themes to choose from, however if you need a bit of inspiration here are just a few of the key themes for this year:
A vintage theme can give your wedding a real romantic and classic feel. Whether you’re choosing a vintage dress, incorporating family heirlooms or asking guests to leave cards in vintage suitcases, there are amazing possibilities to make your wedding stand out from the crowd!
Greenery is Pantone’s colour of the year, which is proving to be a popular theme to incorporate into a wedding. Picture lots of leafy green décor, rustic tables and chairs, bouquets and arrangements full of greenery with accompanying white flowers, giving you a wonderful fresh and organic feel to your wedding.
Pastel colours have long been a popular wedding theme. You can choose beautiful colours such as powder blue for your bridesmaid’s dresses with matching flowers, or peach colour icing on the cake! Perfect for brides who prefer more lowkey and subtle colours.
If you’re looking to introduce a bit of glamour to your wedding day, then a rose gold theme is the one for you. Imagine pink champagne as your toast drink, beautiful and delicate table decorations and sparkly wedding shoes!
Your wedding theme is personal to you and your bride or groom, it should help represent both of your personalities and relationship, so choose carefully and don’t forget to check out our Pinterest for loads of wedding ideas!
If you’d like to see a few ideas in person, why not head over to the SbN Wedding Open Day on Sunday 26th February, where we’ll be showcasing our beautiful function rooms dressed up for a wedding.