Struggling to visualise your wedding ideas? How about creating wedding moodboards. They’re are a great way to begin and will give you focus. This is the final post on this topic, if you’ve not checked them out yet click here Wedding Moodboards. I hope you enjoyed the past posts on this subject and loved the moodboards. I had a really fun time creating these boards and here is the final six.
Vintage theme: This theme is very popular these days and would suit couples who love old and classic things. The great thing about vintage inspired wedding is the fact that you can go to second hand shops, charity shops and car-boot sale for decorations.
Modern Theme: This theme is for couples who love all things modern. I picked all shades of purple and a touch of gold for this board.
Country theme: If you have a big back garden or live on a farm, country chic would be a good choice for a wedding theme. This theme would suit a couple that are very creative. You can create the invitations, menu cards, buttonholes for grooms and much more.
Fairy Tale: If money is no object you can go for the fairy tale theme. Why not have your reception venue decorated with thousands of orchids to create a luxurious feel.Beach Theme: For those couples who enjoy the incredible calming effect of the sea. The good thing about this theme is that you don’t have to have a big budget, you can be as casual or as formal as you like just let the sea be you’re back drop and keep the design simple.
Urban Theme: If you want a minimalist and elegant style then the urban theme would suit you. Its a good idea to check as many venues as possible. In my experience I find that the most unlikely of venues are the ones that turn out stunning in the end.
photo credits: pinterest, ruffled blog
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