About Theme Weddings
Theme weddings are a lot of fun and guests will
remember them always.
A key element to a theme wedding is ensuring
remember your wedding for all the right reasons!
Certain factors are important to consider when planning a theme wedding.
Incorporation of foods relevant to the theme.
Flowers contribute to every wedding and so too with a theme wedding.
In Victorian times, for example, the flowers in a bride's bouquet
became messages because each flower had its own special meaning.
The symbolic and legendary meanings of flowers dates back to the Elizabethan era,
but it was the Victorians who actually assigned simple messages to individual flowers.
Flower Language was introduced to the Swedish court in 1714 by Charles II
and flower language spread throughout Europe.
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There are "the eras" such as
and Victorian (1837-1901).
Couples might also consider the Roaring 20's,
the Swingtime 40's,
Rock & Roll of the 50's,
the Flower Child generation of the 60's
"lighter" themes, such as sock hops,
disco, and masquerade/costume themes
Themes can be connected to a particular season or holiday,
such as autumn or Halloween.
They can find their foundation on a specific historical or ethnic
like Western weddings,
Scottish or Irish themes,
which range from spurs to shamrocks.
There are Cinderella Weddings,
complete with Prince Charming and a coach with horses
Country Western themes
where the bride and groom arrive in a horse and buggy
and country music fills the air.
Mayan Style Wedding
German Style Wedding
Italian Style Wedding
French Style Wedding