Have you been thinking about your wedding recently and wondered about the decor? You might be a traditionalist determined to go for conventional styles, but if you want something different an alternative wedding theme is a good idea.
The list below is just the tip of the icebergs, the only limit is your imagination.
A Bohemian Wedding
If you and your partner are the alternative type it might make sense to have a boho wedding. This style of wedding has become more popular in recent years and is less alternative than it once was. So what exactly is a bohemian wedding?
For one thing, a boho wedding will be personal, this one is about casting off wedding cliches and being yourselves. Usually these weddings take place outdoors or in alternative venues, they are more DIY than conventional weddings and display lots of Magenta Flowers colour.
A Rustic Wedding
In some ways a rustic wedding is similar to a boho wedding. Both are usually outdoors or in alternative venues like farms, cottages, or castles. The main difference with a rustic wedding is the countryside vibe which should be front and center.
Your rustic wedding should fully embrace the natural environment, wherever it is taking place. Consider this natural environment and choose suitable wedding outfits and decorations that complement and contrast the surroundings. Don't forget to frame your wedding pictures in the right way.
A Movie Wedding
If there's a TV show or a movie you and your partner are obsessed with, why not turn it into your wedding theme. If it's a show that's worth becoming obsessed with, such as Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, or Back to the Future, it's guaranteed to have lasting appeal.
Your movie themed wedding can be all out with suitable outfits and special invitations, or it can be more subtle, just hinting at the obsession with place cards and themed music. However you choose to arrange it, it's sure to be a night to remember.
An Art Deco Wedding
Paris and New York in the 1920s and 1930s were the high point of the art deco movement. Think of The Great Gatsby, flashy cars, gold and black color schemes, and plenty of diamonds. This is a classy wedding theme you and your guests will love.
To make the best of this theme hire out a suitable venue, this could be a fancy hotel or a beachside venue – just like East Egg. Decorate the hotel with an art deco color scheme and make sure there's plenty of punch to go around.
A Minimalist Wedding
A minimalist wedding is based on a less is more philosophy. This suits some people who prefer a less flashy occasion. However, that doesn't mean you can't live it up and enjoy the wedding in much the same way as other themes.
In many ways the minimalist approach renders the presence of the personnel more vividly. Choose a venue with sparse decor and go for stripped down effects for tables. Accent colors work well with this theme, choose ones that link together tastefully.