Some Popular Themes and Wedding Ideas for Summer

If you want your wedding to have a vintage feel, a Victorian wedding theme is the way to go. The ceremony can take place in the garden. A reception outside means you can serve your guests tea and an assortment of delicious pastries, all very fitting with the Victorian theme.Popular wedding ideas for summer can also include the natural beauty that is all around us. For instance butterflies, these are beautiful creatures that can make any wedding beautiful and romantic. Butterflies can be used throughout the decor of the ceremony or reception, they can even turn into lovely accessories for the bride or her bridesmaids. This theme can be applied to so many things, from the wedding invitations and wedding favors to the top of the wedding cake. Butterflies are definitely a great theme for a summer wedding. Wedding ideas for summer can include themes that center around a particular type of flower. Take the rose as an example, use it throughout the wedding instead of just for the bouquet. You can choose to stick with one color or multiple colors, they are very versatile to work with. Besides roses, there are a number of other magnificent flowers to use. Having a wedding theme around a flower can definitely make this special occasion more romantic and unforgettable.

 

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