4 Unique Wedding Themes You’ll Want to Steal for Yourself
You don’t have to break world records to have a one-of-a-kind wedding that will stick vividly in everyone’s mind. Choose a phenomenal theme that ties in with both your personalities, is easy for people to join in with and is rarely ever done and your guests won’t be able to stop talking about your big day!
From popular film-based weddings that rival anything Hollywood produces to bright and colourful weddings that’ll give you incredible photos you’ll want to display forever, here are the top four unique wedding themes you’ll want to steal for yourself.
Unique Wedding Themes
Beauty and the Beast
Dive into an fascinating Disney fairytale by choosing Beauty and the Beast as your wedding theme. A golden off-the-shoulder bridal gown is the perfect way to imitate Belle, while a navy blue tuxedo with a matching golden waistcoat and tie will subtly mirror the Beast’s character. Tall candelabras reminiscent of Lumière and enchanted rose centrepieces make for spellbinding added touches. Don’t forget to add a few stacks of old books here and there to symbolise Bell’s love of reading and top them with teapots and broken cups, a la Mrs Potts and Chip.
Let your inner child come out and play with a Lego themed wedding. Start off with your wedding cake — Lego figurines of the bride and the groom are an absolute must and the cake decorating options are practically endless if you know a creative baker. You can use flowers made out of Lego to decorate the tables and even use the colourful bricks to build cute ring boxes. To get guests involved and keep them entertained until the food is served, leave tubs of Lego on your guests table and challenge everyone to build something as part of a big competition.
Infuse a wonderful sense of whimsy and colour into your big day by going with a rainbow theme. You can incorporate this playful colour palette into every aspect of your wedding — from the bridesmaid and ushers’ outfits, wedding invitations and table decorations to the bride’s bouquet, wedding cake and confetti. If you’re not concerned about keeping the groom’s suit and bride’s dress immaculate (and you let your wedding guests know in advance!) you could even have a powder paint fight at the end, so everyone leaves looking like a rainbow.
A great idea for major fans of Pirates of the Caribbean, a pirate themed wedding opens up a world of fun. Ditch the traditional wedding dress and suit for something more pirate-like and accessorize with tricorn hats, swords and fake muskets. Mini treasure chests brimming with costume jewellery and chocolate gold coins make great centrepieces, while a large wooden anchor provides a fun alternative to a traditional guest book and gives you something much more interesting to hang on the wall at home.