No Theme WeddingWedding without theme
There are 5 good reason why you don't need a wedding theme to make your big wedding night unforgettable.
We have all been told that marriages should have a wedding theme - there is the beachside wedding theme, the country wedding theme, the classic wedding theme and so on and so forth. However, as much as wedding topics have become a favorite in online community I' ve seen many of the pairs I serve as mentors who stay away from wedding topics.
Actually, there are many good reason why you don't need a wedding theme. I hear more and more couple describe their marriages by the emotion and ambience they want their wedding to evoke, rather than what they want the wedding décor to look like. What is often said now is: "We want our wedding to be relaxed, funny and a moment when all our close relatives and acquaintances get to know each other".
It is understandable that a wedding theme is not an integral part of this formula. Of course, it is important to consider wedding writing paper and wedding decoration, but for the couple I work with it is seldom one of their top concerns. A lot of couple know that wedding issues are not important to them, but sometimes well-meaning boyfriends and girlfriends who ask about the wedding have not yet realized that wedding issues are not a need.
I will often have a pair that is 100 per cent on the right path to plan their wedding, saying: "So and so asked us what our wedding theme is, and we didn't know what to say. Must we have a wedding theme?" Of course, I always say, "No, definitely not," and here's the reason: not having a wedding theme actually opens up the possibility for your wedding.
If you are not limited to a specific topic, you have more and more possibilities when it comes to eating, drinking and decorating. And you can pick the colours and flavours you want without having to worry about whether it will take you away or detract from your overall theme. Sometimes wedding topics can look like a stage show or a show when everything fits together very well.
If things don't go together perfect, marriages start to go organically - just like your own lives and your own loves. In a wedding that doesn't have a theme, the guest leaves the sense of having gotten to know more than one side of the pair and has a greater sense of what it is that brings you together. When your aim is to have everything at your wedding that connects back to a theme, it means that you often have to spend twice the amount of elapsed amount of your busy looking for things that work with that theme.
Hochzeitsthemen have a way of boxing pairs. Could you tell us how many pairs can combine their future marriages and loves in a single theme? Bringing several interests into your wedding anniversary, you are sure that there will only be one wedding that is exactly like her - and this is yours. Thus next and next times when someone asks about your wedding theme, make yourself free to let them know that you will completely renounce the wedding theme and share all the things that you and your spouse like most with your wedding guests. Your wedding theme will be the most memorable one.