With the unpredictable weather in the UK and the promise of endless sunshine abroad, it’s no wonder that more and more couples are choosing far-flung locations for their wedding. Destination weddings offer plenty of scope for creating a stylish celebration that you and your guests will remember, so have a nosey at some of our favourite wedding themes….
A desert-meets-boho theme is having a moment in the wedding industry right now and we can’t get enough of this gorgeous choice. With hints of dusty red, burnt orange and macramé galore, this really is the perfect fit for the fashion-forward couple. To recreate this theme for your own destination wedding, you’ll need hand-woven dreamcatchers, plenty of pampas grass, a tipi and an aisle style that features on-trend fringing.
All White Luxury
Soak up the sunshine and embrace the all-white ‘Santorini wedding’ vibes. This destination wedding theme is elegant, luxurious and timeless – without being stuffy! We’re talking white paper lanterns, flowing organza curtains, chic tablescapes and tonnes of fairy lights. We’d also recommend using lots of foliage and greenery to complement your all white wedding theme – the perfect ingredients for an unforgettable destination celebration. This theme translates well across the globe, whether you’re having a stylish city celebration or a cool coastal affair.
If you’re tying the knot in a sun-drenched location surrounded by palm trees, white sandy beaches and the bluest of oceans, a tropical-inspired theme is a must-have for your destination wedding. You can incorporate a colour-popping palette with bright orange, pink, yellow, green and even a few metallic accents. Leafy archways adorned with oversized, vibrant blooms will offer an incredible space to say ‘I Do’, while you can ask your wedding cake artist to make a show-stopping tropical creation to help tie your theme together. The choice is yours, but we promise a tropical destination wedding theme is guaranteed to make you smile!
There’s something so beautiful about a ‘French blue’ wedding theme and we just know you’re going to love it as much as we do. There are oodles of lovely ways to recreate this look, from plush velvet sofas, grey-blue table runners, twinkling chandeliers, delicate blue jewellery and ‘just picked flowers for your bouquet. You might want to consider this theme if you’re getting wed in a gorgeous chateau in the depths of the French countryside, we can’t picture a dreamier setting to celebrate your love story!
Do you want a destination wedding that’s full of colour, laughter and happiness? Then a Mexican fiesta theme will certainly take your fancy! This really is an amazing fit for the couple who want their celebration to be anything but traditional and it offers you the chance to get those creative juices flowing. A Mexican-inspired wedding needs to have bright blooms, a mouth-watering menu, live bands, patterns galore and a riot of colour!
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Image Credits: Featured Image by Jana Williams Photography | Bohemian Desert Image 1 by Wild Love Photography | Image 2 by Emily Magers Photography | Image 3 by Alison Slater Photography | Image 4 by Karra Leigh Photography | Image 5 by Magdalena Studios | All White Luxury Image 1 by Sawyer Bird Photography | Image 2 by Elias Kordelakos Photography | Image 3 by Ether & Smith Photography | Image 4 by Sotiris Tsakanikas Photography | Image 5 by Annie Randall Photography | Tropical Vibes Image 1 by Lilly Red Photography | Image 2 by Foto Memories Photography | Image 3 by Sanaz Photography | Image 4 by Sanaz Photography | Image 5 by Brooke Shannon Photography | French Blue Image 1 by Pixster Photobooth | Image 2 by Kurt Boomer Photography | Image 3 by Austin Gros Photography | Image 4 by Best Photography | Image 5 by Davey & Krista Photography | Mexican Fiesta Image 1 by Brogan Jessup Photography | Image 2 by Let's Frolic Together | Image 3 by Honey Honey Photography | Image 4 by The Times We Have Photography | Image 5 by McClune Photography |