If you are looking for a wedding planner & stylist check out CD Weddings in Perth. Here is a short article from Cathrin about wedding themes complimented by a photo taken by myself, Pierre.
Hurrah! You are engaged and after you finished creating your budget, you are looking
for a venue to suit hosting your celebration and that will match your budget.
Where do you start - rustic, nautical, white wedding – which one?
A wedding theme should be about more than mere looks or trends and should be able to pull every wedding element, from the venue to the little details, together in harmony.
The venue will take most of your budget, so take a look at what it has to offer. Pay
attention to its features and ambiance and choose a suitable theme to go with your
surroundings. For example, a grand wedding hall is suitable for glamorous celebrations.
How do you envision your wedding to be ... a ballroom – a garden wedding – vineyard
wedding – beach weddings or a marquee wedding. It all depends in what fits best into
your lifestyle and reflects who you are as a couple. Incorporating your personalities and
stories are what really makes a wedding timeless and unique.
Pinterest is a great help when trying to visualize a theme and helps to convoy your
vision to all your vendors, family and friends to visualise in what you are planning to do.
Always be mindful of your budget. An indoor garden-themed wedding might not be the
best choice if you are on a budget, as filling a ballroom with flowers will be very costly.
Rather opt for an actual garden wedding that doesn't need too many extra decorations.
Don't forget about the seasons, especially if you're planning an outdoor wedding.
Different seasons offer different atmospheres and natural colours. For example, if you've
decided to have a fall wedding, autumnal colours such as orange or red will be especially
Be true to yourself, there is no better wedding than one that reflects the couple's