By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2010, Poetess Defy, Denise Fyffe
Having a beautiful wedding is all any bride ever wants. From the moment they were little girls, believing in fairy tales, or wowed by the sereneness offered by a beach; themed weddings can make all these dreams come through. Having a themed wedding can be a great experience. Your guests will be awed by your chosen decor. If you do not make a decision on how you want your wedding to look, you will default to the over the top princess wedding.
You should have a discussion with your groom to decide on what you both want for your wedding. Do you want a casual beach or garden event with only family and friends? Do you want the extravagant gala, at an illustrious hotel, do you want to add adventure and have the event in an air balloon, the ocean or in a cave? Or do you wish to choose the location, where you both met? All these are considerations when planning a themed wedding, because the venue you decide on might not incorporate a particular theme. For example, if you are trying to have a butterfly wedding in the underwater.
You cannot be a generalist when you are deciding on a wedding venue. You should be specific about the theme you wish to have. If your themed wedding is in a garden, how about deciding on whether you want a rose, dove, or butterfly wedding. This will help you when it comes to selecting decorations and also in seeking permission from the garden about what you can do to the venue.
Brides are often industrious, even more so when they have the assistance of their friends and families. Bridesmaids can get together and have decoration making parties. It is not difficult to make decorations and instructions can be found on the internet. This will make the themed wedding occasion even more special when you see how pretty your efforts are years to come. This can also make for fun memories in social gatherings in the future with family and friends.