Planning a Wine Themed Wedding

wine themed weddingWho would dream of an ordinary or worse, copycat wedding? A couple would usually aim for a wedding ceremony that is unique and memorable, not something reminiscent from somebody else’s wedding.

It’s important to set your wedding apart by incorporating a theme and unique decorating. While some will make an effort to tie a knot under the sunny atmosphere of the beach or while wearing a pumpkin on their heads, a wine theme is a wonderful way to gloss out originality and elegance to your wedding day.

Budget is actually a major issue in determining options and choices with regards to this theme. Although there can be a lot of easy adjustments to preserve the elegance. Incorporating the wine-theme in the table centerpiece is one remarkable idea, such as placing the bottle of wine in a wine bucket, then topping it off with a ribbon or bow.

Another option is to place a bottle or two of homemade wine assorted with crackers and fruit, which enamors a more casual appearance depending on the basket you choose. It can be personalized by adding the couple’s photo to the wine label with a special message.

Listed below are more suggestions in planning a wine-themed wedding:

  1. As indicated above, set a budget so that you know how much money you’ll have to spend.
  2. Set the location for both the ceremony and reception in a vineyard.
  3. Make or choose the material of your invitations appropriate to the theme such as wine bottles, wine glasses or even stationary with wine designs.
  4. Choose dresses and flowers that will blend with the theme as well. Caution not to overdo everything, because it might create an awkward atmosphere.
  5. Order a cake that can fit your wedding’s wine theme; one way of doing this is to consider the wines and foods that will be served at your wedding reception and to ask what cake flavors might freshen the palate.
  6. Make sure that your decorations will fit the wine theme. A wedding in a vineyard may not even require great deal of decorations after all.
 
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