18
Jun

Why Weddings Don’t Normally Have Themes

There are themes for proms, homecoming, and other school dances. There are themes for birthday parties, anniversaries, charity events, and other important occasions. But there aren’t usually themes for weddings.

The reason is simple: Their wedding day is one of the most important days of the couple’s lives. So the theme for practically any wedding is celebrating the couple themselves.

Creating a Unique and Memorable Wedding 

The couple should be the focal point for just about any wedding. That’s why their favorites are used for practically every choice: Their favorite flowers, their favorite flavors for their wedding cake, their favorite foods for the reception menu, even their favorite music for the dancing and celebrations.

Other themes tend to take the focus away from the couple. While there are exceptions — some brides and grooms celebrate their favorite films or hobbies during their wedding celebrations — most couples simply choose to have a traditional wedding in which they get to make all the important decisions rather than following a different theme.

Celebrating Your Love

Celebrating the couple during their wedding ensures that every wedding will be unique. No two people are alike. And while most weddings share common features — the first dance, the cutting of the cake, the bouquet toss, and so on — the bride traditionally gets to choose her gown and the bridesmaids’ dresses, the groom selects his groomsmen, and the couple chooses the menu and even the DJ’s or band’s playlist.

Their wedding days is the first day of their marriage. The happy couple hopes to spend the rest of their lives together, so planning a wedding that celebrates their love for each other is the ideal way to start a lifetime of happiness.

Whether you are planning a traditional wedding or something unique, the wedding planners at Creability Design have the expertise and experience to transform your dream wedding into reality.