There is no need for a theme. We had a country style inn, and everything we brought in was suited to an elegant , semi-formal dinner and dancing reception. No set colors. The inn featured beautiful midtone woodwork , otherwise painted cream with gilt trim, brass fixtures. Individual areas . Colored lampshades and carpets and draperies set the colors room to room. So we went with their style, and glass and cut glass, and white light end, and flowering plants. Aside from those , and some walls where they had uplighting, no decorations at all. Very light and festive. Nothing more.
Ughh I hate that question. It's not a prom I don't need a theme smdh. (Don't get me wrong, I love themed weddings, bit it's not important for every wedding to have a theme.) I just tell people I'm having a fall, mountain wedding and my colors are forest green, blush, and gold.
I came up with my theme through Pinterest putting together things I love and building a portfolio. My theme is Enchanted Garden! Also thought about my personality, the month I was doing it in, and the colors I lived together as palettes!
Funny these questions we get asked. I kept having people ask what my colors were and I'm like... uhhh well I'm wearing white....
I'm calling my wedding "midsummer nights dream" because it's in a woodsy town, outdoors, and i'm having twinkly lights everywhere. But honestly, I kind of just use that for my own guidance, I prefer not to tell people. Once you tell people what kind of wedding you're having they put it in a little box in their head and when it inevitably doesn't look like what they imagined there's disappointment. (for some reason)
I prefer to keep expectations low/vague and just let people be impressed when they get there.
Beach theme. I love the beach, I love the summer time, I love the warm and I live very much inland with no beach lol!! However, my FH took me to Santa Monica and we had the most amazing beach day ever! That night he proposed to me at sunset on the beach. So beach is my theme.