Need inspiration for your wedding themes? Are you tired of the vintage trend? Here are four fabulous ideas for 2015 that will make your wedding look fresh and fabulous…
Deco Darling… as chosen by Jennifer and Stephen
Elegant, sophisticated and a wedding theme that will never date in your photographs, the Deco theme is still going strong as we enter 2015. Pale cappucino, black and gold scheme works beautifullly at any time of year but looks particularly stunning in the autumn. Look for statement headpieces, 20s-inspired T-bar shoes and drop waisted bridesmaids’ dresses. When it comes to your gown, try Jenny Packham, Mori Lee, Justin Alexander Signature and Belle and Bunty.
Prints Charming… as chosen by Stacey and Michael
A daring wedding theme that’s sure to make your day stand out from the crowd! If you’re bored of vintage and think pastel is passé, these bright, bold and beautiful ideas will be right up your street. Stacey and Michael chose pretty 50s-inspired polka dots for their day, but why not mix and match for an eclectic, contemporary look? From bunting to straws, dresses to shoes, you can really have fun putting this theme together.
Coral and cream… as chosen by Jade and Dan
This is one wedding theme that got the professional seal of approval – our Editor Jade chose a coral and sage theme for her own big day! A super choice for spring time, coral, peach and cream colours are feminine without being too girly, so this should get top marks from your man, too! Mix it with cream or sage, like Jade, in spring or summer and navy later in the year. Used with hessian and kraft papers for your stationery, this scheme can also take on a rustic look really easily.
Love fest… as chosen by Emily and Stephen
The ultimate summer wedding theme for laid back, loved-up couples! Love Fest is a fusion of rustic, country details with a splash of colour and fun. Flowers should have that just-picked feel and bridesmaids should rock wide floral crowns – another one of 2015’s hottest wedding ideas. Keep your hair long and lose or swept up into a messy side bun, and keep your wedding dress chic and simple so you can dance all night.