Picking out wedding themes can be one of the hardest planning pieces that every bride's faced with. Do you want to go the romantic route, or keep things fresh and modern? Once you pinpoint the theme of your dreams, you can officially move forward with the rest of your wedding plans. But, if you're still on the fence about which direction you want to go, we rounded up the best wedding themes for any style and venue, no matter how unique. Use this as a comparative guide to finally cross this major decision off your planning checklist and set the tone for your big day.
Soft hues, delicate lighting, and plenty of florals typically make up a romantic wedding. For this theme, envision pastels, hanging lights (even chandeliers), calligraphy, and a flower wall.If you're a jet-setting duo or have friends venturing from near and far for your wedding, incorporate a creative travel theme that guests will also love just as much. This couple wanted to honor their heritages (he's from Montreal, she's from Norway) and their array of international guests in their California nuptials, which featured a sign detailing how far their friends and family had traveled and a freestanding white wall decorated with assorted globes that read "Where To Next?" They also transformed luggage tags into escort cards and used postcards as a guest book.