The couples that are getting married this summer are preparing, and I’d like to help them a little. If you haven’t chosen your wedding theme or want to change something and maybe add some touches, I have some ideas for you. Today’s roundup is dedicated to the most popular summer wedding themes, which are derived from the locations, get inspired and steal some ideas for your big day!
A garden is one of the most popular places to have a wedding in the spring and summer, what can be more inspiring and tender than a blooming garden? Go for lush blooms or a greenery look, hold the ceremony and the reception in the garden. Add ethereal fabrics to the decor, go for tender and soft colors or neutrals, add candles, and you’ll get an amazing wedding! Choose a naked wedding cake topped with garden blooms and berries. Embrace the venue and the season with lush greenery, blooms and berries and enjoy!
Summer Beach Weddings
Beach weddings are popular all year round – just find a place where it’s hot enough and go! Summer gives more opportunities to find such a place and guarantees nice weather, which is essential for a wedding and to have nice pics. Decorate the space with flowers, tropical leaves, greenery, candles, lanterns and embrace the space with shells, corals, sea glass and so on. Blues are very popular for such weddings, though you may go all-white or neutrals, for example. Some couples prefer to add tropical touches to the decor, too, these can be pineapples, tropical leaves, succulents and tropical blooms.
Summer is great because you can go anywhere and enjoy good weather outside – almost no limitations! Many couples, especially boho ones, prefer woodlands to get married, and it’s an amazing idea for summer – everyone will fit comfy there. What’s else great about woodlands? Amazing natural backdrops for your ceremony and photos are guaranteed. Embrace the location with ferns, wildflowers, vine wreaths and candles on tree stumps, prefer more greenery than blooms as it’s more characteristic of forests. Don’t forget to add much light of any kind as it’s often rather dark in the wood, even in the afternoon. Get inspired!