Wedding

100 Unexpected Wedding Themes

Last Updated: Aug 22, 2018

There are a variety of ways to decorate a wedding, but a popular choice to help bring inspiration is picking a wedding theme. Not only does it give you and your partner a chance to showcase your unique style, a wedding theme can be creatively used in your invitations, place cards, programs, table centerpieces, wedding cake, hashtag and more.

If you’re unsure about your theme or your decor, we’re here to help. We’ve collected some of the most unique wedding themes, from retro-style weddings to weddings inspired from the couple’s favorite TV show. These weddings all incorporate their theme into every part of the ceremony and the reception, and they use interesting and unexpected decorations to pull it off. Whether you’re looking for movie-themed weddings, wedding themes for fall, beach theme weddings or anything in between, you’re sure to find something here that will inspire you.

With a wedding theme in mind, start thinking about all the ways you can incorporate it from your wedding photos to your wedding invitations.

Instructions: Click through the buttons below to sort by style. Click any photo for a larger view.

Vintage Travel

This beautifully put together travel-themed wedding will give everyone wanderlust. The wedding featured vintage suitcases, postcard centerpieces, map-covered ring holders, tables named after famous cities and antique globe décor.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Joe + Marianne of Marianne Wilson Photography

Cat Party

At this purr-fect wedding, all the signs were adorned with cats, and there were ceramic cats on the wedding cake. To complete the wedding theme, the bride and groom brought their own cats to the ceremony!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Let’s Frolic Together

Full Hearts

Everyone definitely felt the love at this heart-themed wedding, featuring plush heart plate decorations, heart-shaped lapel pins and silk hearts hung up on strings. This wedding will truly melt your heart.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Studio Castillero

May the Force be with You

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, this “Star Wars” loving couple created a wedding theme that celebrated their favorite movie. There were lightsabers for guests, Stormtrooper greeters at the ceremony and more!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Cacá Santoro Photography

School is Now in Session

These two high school teachers showed their passion for their profession with their school-themed wedding. Decor included pop quiz invitations, cute chalkboard signs and plenty of apple decorations.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: This Modern Romance

Library Love

Check out this library-themed wedding, featuring typewriter key boutonnieres for each of the groomsmen, seating cards held in a vintage card catalogue and antique book centerpieces.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: J Wiley Photography

Apple of My Eye

If you’re trying to decide on wedding themes for fall, take inspiration from this apple wedding photoshoot. There were apple and flower centerpieces and buckets of apples for decorations. And for dessert, they served up tasty apple pie.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Photography by Erika Parker

Pack your Suitcases

This travel-themed wedding will make you want to pack up your suitcase and take off on an adventure. The wedding had a number of unique travel decorations, including vintage-style invitations that featured old bi-wing aircrafts.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Melissa Schollaert

The Mockingjay’s Wedding

This “Hunger Games” wedding will make you feel like you’ve gone to Panem. There were many nods to the book in the wedding’s decorations, including a bouquet of arrows and a wood burn of the famous Mockingjay symbol.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Meghan Christine Photography

Oktoberfest Celebration

Wilkommen to Oktoberfest! This wedding was every beer lover’s paradise. It had bottles of beer with the bride and groom’s names on them, mugs of beer available to try and a beer pong table.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: With Love & Embers

Kate Spade Style

The bride at this wedding took inspiration from iconic designer Kate Spade. She created a hot pink and red color scheme, and she used hearts in many of her decorations, including the groom’s lapel pin.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Michèle M. Waite

Free-Spirited Wedding

This gypsy-style wedding had a laidback vibe that was reflected in the wedding’s decorations. The altar was adorned with a heart made out of twine, and all of the signs were hand-painted.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Lara Hotz Photography

Love in the Tardis

At their wedding, this bride and groom clearly showed their passion for the time traveling Doctor with framed illustrations of the Doctors, Tardis blue cocktails and beautiful gold and blue star confetti.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Candice Benjamin

Up, Up, and Away!

As a nod to the Pixar movie “Up,” the bride and groom decorated with bright, multicolored balloons. They also had an adorable guest book where friends and family could send well wishes using their thumbprints.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: We Heart Photography

Circus Celebration

Step right up to this circus wedding! This wedding was held under a classic big top tent, and it included a number of circus-themed decorations: centerpieces adorned with elephants, a whimsical striped cake and a table of penny-candy sweets.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Cameron Ingalls

Whimsical Moroccan Wedding

This colorful wedding included a number of whimsical details that made the reception look like a Moroccan bazaar. This includes terracotta pots with bright flowers and hanging brass lamps.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Rebekah J. Murray Photography

Magical Celebration

Fans of “Harry Potter” will love this magical wedding photoshoot, complete with drinks from the “Harry Potter series,” invitations that look like Hogwarts letters and quills for signing the guestbook.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Abby Grace Photography

Super Mario Brothers Celebration

This wedding photoshoot was full of Super Mario Brothers-themed decorations. The cake had bright red mushroom cap decorations that looked like the character Toad, and the bride wore a pink dress, just like Princess Peach.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Lehua Noëlle

Come Fly Away

This beautiful, aviation-themed wedding photoshoot will make your heart soar. The invitations looked like vintage Pan Am airplane tickets, and they even used a real antique airplane in the photoshoot!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Vivian Sachs Photography

Enter the Secret Garden

At this wedding inspired by “The Secret Garden,” the bride and groom transported guests to the English countryside. The wedding was full of lovely details, like vintage silhouette portraits of the bride and groom on their programs.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: John Schnack Photography

Flowers Everywhere

Travel to Denmark at this Scandinavian garden themed wedding. The bride and groom paid homage to Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens with their quirky signs, and they used the fairytale “Thumbelina” as inspiration for their oversized flower decorations.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Ali DeGraff Photography

Love is in the Air

This sweet, all-American affair was held at an airplane hangar, and it included red, white and blue decorations. The bride and groom also served some truly American desserts: milkshakes and Coke floats!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Alicia Swedenborg

Moonrise Kingdom

This “Moonrise Kingdom” wedding took inspiration from the forest backdrop of Wes Anderson’s film. The bride and groom also dressed similarly to the characters, and they used props from the movies, like binoculars.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Laura Izumikawa Photography

Sleepy Hollow

This couple used a white horse in their wedding photoshoot as a reference to the Headless Horseman. Also, their black and white invitations fittingly invited guests to come celebrate “under the light of the moon.”

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Lukas & Suzy VanDyke

A Biological Affair

At this wedding, the bride and groom proved that science can be very romantic. Their lovely table decorations included antique books, vintage postcards and potted flowers under glass displays.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: The Nichols

Welcome Aboard!

To make their wedding feel like it was taking place onboard a ship, this bride and groom had a navy blue and red color scheme, and they had anchors and ropes decorating their cake.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Will & Stacey

Fun, Fringe-Filled Party

This offbeat wedding had a variety of quirky details, including toy dinosaurs on the tables and bright fringe lining the aisle. Plus, the bride and groom entered through a giant paper heart!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Studio Castillero

Scottish Love

Fans of the “Outlander” series will love this Scottish-themed wedding photoshoot, complete with a classic kilt for the groom. The wedding shoot took place in a stone castle that looks like it came right from the Scottish highlands.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

This “Wizard of Oz” wedding included many nods to the famous movie, like Emerald green frosting on the cake and green napkins. The wedding also took inspiration from the movie’s 1930s setting; the bride wore a vintage dress and accessories.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Chellise Michael Photography

Go with the Flow

This rustic wedding featured decorations that made guests feel like they were in the middle of the woods. Homemade granola was handed out as a favor, and many of the decorations were DIY, including napkins that were hand-sewn by the bride.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Jill Thomas Photography

Seuss Celebration

Nobody could be a Grinch at this fun Dr. Seuss wedding. There were many Seuss-inspired details, including tables named after Dr. Seuss’s famous books and centerpieces that featured those books.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Matthew Morgan

Vintage VW Bug Wedding

This couple combined their love for tattoos and classic VW bugs into a fun, vintage decoration-filled celebration. The guests were given temporary tattoos with the couple’s names on them, and their invitations included an illustration of a VW bug.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: onelove photography

Fun Farmers Market

If you’re looking for a country themed wedding, check out this unique theme at a local farmer’s markets. The couple celebrated with fresh produce, rustic tablecloths and local flora to decorate the tables.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Burnt Exposure

Whimsical Animals

The bride and groom showed off their wild side at this celebration filled with whimsical animal decorations. The guests were given animal masks to wear, and the décor included animal figurines that double as a favor.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Heather Kincaid Photographer

Grand Budapest Hotel

At this wedding, there were nods to Wes Anderson’s stylistic “Grand Budapest Hotel” everywhere, from the navy and dark purple color scheme to mini cakes that looked like hats characters wore in the movie.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Izzy Hudgins Photography

Opa!

This wedding photoshoot was decorated to look like a town on the Mediterranean. They had a blue and white color scheme, and each table had a homemade sailboat centerpiece.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Alisa Ferris

Gingham Style

If you love the blue and white checkered gingham pattern, you’ll adore the decorations at this wedding photoshoot. The reception decorations featured gingham, and the bottom layer of the wedding cake was covered in a gingham pattern.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Sarah McKenzie Photography

A Berry Sweet Wedding

If you’re looking for wedding themes for summer, look no further than this berry wedding. With berries used as decorations and a variety of berry pies for dessert, this wedding was as sweet as can be!

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Renee Nicole Design and Photography

Portugal Celebration

With its bright yellow and blue decorations, bowls of lemons and patterned throw pillows, this wedding photoshoot will truly make you feel like you’ve gone to a sunny seaside town in Portugal.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Photographs by Caileigh

Glamorous Stripes

Kate Spade’s iconic black and white stripes and polka dots featured heavily in this couple’s wedding décor. There were polka dotted straws, striped bow ties and even a striped carpet leading up to the rose-covered altar.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Milou + Olin

Wedding in Paradise

The bride and groom at this Florida wedding used their destination at the inspiration for their decorations. They had illustrations of palm trees and flamingos on their menus and place cards, and they had flamingo cake toppers.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Cat Pennenga Photography

Rustic Modern Wedding

This wedding photoshoot combined rustic charm with modern decorations. There were wildflowers bouquets and a classic brandy bar, and there was also a chic menu design and a gorgeous white cake.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Moss + Isaac

French Amour

This French style wedding was certainly magnifique. The bride’s gown was made out of French lace, and there was an antique French settee used as the background for the gorgeous wedding photos.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Corinna Raznikov Photography

Wine Celebration

This wedding theme celebrates wine, and the drink was featured in a number of different ways. There were wine popsicles for dessert, grapes used as decorations and plenty of wine available for guests to try.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Jenna Henderson

Farm to Table

The farm to table movement is all about using fresh, local ingredients, and at this wedding photoshoot, those local ingredients were the star of the show. Bags of apples were used as favors, and fresh produce decorated the tables.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Claire Dobson Photography

Southern Garden

There was plenty of Southern charm to be found at this wedding photoshoot, which took place in America’s oldest garden in Charleston. The shoot featured bright pink flowers and wedding invitations in a matching shade of pink.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Lucy Cuneo

Vintage Meets Modern

At this wedding, there was a mix of “something old” and “something new.” There were vintage typewriters and cabinets, and there were also place cards with modern typography and an Instagram hashtag for guests to use.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: The Edges Wedding Photography

All that Glitters is Gold

This wedding photoshoot celebrated all things sparkly and golden. There was gold everywhere, from the bride’s sparkly heels to the flower accents on the wedding cake.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Brosnan Photographic

Life’s a Beach

This wedding was decorated with items that celebrated the wedding’s seaside location. There were driftwood place cards, a guest book surfboard and fishing net around the bride’s bouquet.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Kelly Kollar

Costa Rican Wedding

This destination wedding featured a number of Costa Rican touches. The flowers on the tables were all tropical and bright, and for dessert, there was an ice cream bar with local flavorings.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Jen Huang

Party in the Florida Keys

At this beach theme wedding, the ceremony took place next to the water, and the bride and groom were married under an altar decorated with driftwood. Driftwood and tropical flowers were also used in the lovely table decorations.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Chris Glenn Photography

Schoolroom Love

To match their elementary school venue, this couple used a bright yellow, red and turquoise color scheme. They also gave their guests engraved pencils. This wedding definitely makes the grade!

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: You Look Nice Today Photography

An Adventure in Love

This couple showed their spirit of adventure at their wedding. They had a map where guests could put pins on places they had been, and they had a photo book featuring images from around the world.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Rachel Thurston

Pop Quiz

To find their perfect theme, this couple had to go back to school. They cleverly named each of their tables after different grades, and they turned their dessert table into a “bake sale.”

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Candice Benjamin

Pumpkin Patch

Nothing says “fall” more than pumpkins, and so, for their autumn wedding, this bride and groom chose to use pumpkins as their theme. For wedding themes for fall, try pumpkins as aisle runners, centerpieces and even inspiration for dessert.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Jenny Smith & Co

The Jazz Age

The bride and groom captured the spirit of the Jazz Age at their 1920s themed wedding. The bride and bridesmaids all wore flapper-style dresses, and their invitations were done in Art Deco style.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Brookelyn Photography

Canadian Camp

This rustic wedding featured decorations modeled after classic summer camp activities. They had oar place cards, and on their dessert bar, they included a grown-up version of s’mores.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Christie Graham Photography

Celebration Under the Stars

The guests at this wedding were definitely starry-eyed as they gazed at the beautiful star and moon decorations. Gold stars hung from the ceiling, and they had a lovely hand-drawn sign covered in constellations.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Mark Brooke Photography

Chic-i-Tiki

This party modernized the retro tiki bar. To accomplish this, the lead color palette was neutral, with just a few pops of bright color. There were also tropical drink choices, and tropical fruit used as festive decor.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Aubree Lynn Photography

Mexican Fiesta

This wedding took inspiration for its theme from south of the border. To make the wedding look like a true Mexican fiesta, cactuses, piñata and tropical flowers were used as the centerpieces of each table.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Wild Whim Design

Let Your Heart Take Flight

With a delicate nest ring, bird seed favors and paper crane decorations, this wedding photoshoot is truly every bird lover’s dream. Your heart will flutter as you look at this lovely photoshoot.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Blue Rose Pictures

Whimsical Valentine

This bride and groom added their own touches to their classic Valentine theme. They used a bright yellow, blue and red color scheme, and they incorporated a whimsical light-up heart into their decorations.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Acqua Photo

60s Mod Party

Head back to the 1960s at this mod-themed wedding photoshoot. The bride wore the time period’s famous large, fake eyelashes along with a classic short, loose dress. The bright orange and blue color scheme also echoed the theme.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Emily G Photography

Indigo Dye

Sometimes just your favorite color can inspire an entire wedding. Take a note from this indigo wedding theme, which incorporated the colors in glasses, napkins, plates, desserts and more.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: John Newsome

Modern Mexican

At this modern wedding, the bride and groom used a bare wooden tipi for their altar. They attached homemade “Ojos de Dreams” to their tipi, which are a combination of Native American dreamcatchers and Mexican yarn crafts.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Timothy Burke Mannle

Sailing Away

This atmospheric shipwreck wedding shoot featured a vintage suitcase that held a portion of a wooden canoe and a beautiful, white flower-covered wedding cake. To complete the sailing theme, netting covered the tables.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Ellie Asher Photo

Vintage Glam

This bride and groom took guests back to the Golden Age of cinema with their glamorous vintage wedding theme. They had glittery gold numbers on the tables, and their reception welcome table was full of vintage photographs.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Yvonne Wong

California Glam

At their glamping wedding, this couple proved that an outdoor wedding can be very stylish. The reception was held under a large white tent, and to keep with the outdoors theme, the tables were named after constellations.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Our Labor of Love

Haunted Masquerade

When you combine Halloween decorations with elegant masquerade masks, you get a gorgeous, atmospheric theme. On each table, there were spooky black champagne flutes and intricately designed masks for guests.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Bradley James Photography

Rocking Coachella Wedding

At this desert wedding photoshoot, the bride wore a beaded headpiece that would have looked perfect at Coachella, and the cake was decorated in music festival style.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Jodee Debes Photography

Romantic Latin Celebration

This wedding photoshoot took inspiration from Latin culture. Small metal religious charms called Milagros were sewn into the lace table-runners, and rosary beads, maracas and piñatas were all used in the photoshoot.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Flutter Glass Photography

Midcentury Modern

This groovy 1960s wedding featured retro typography on the menus and invitations, 1960s radio centerpieces and place cards that were adorned with brightly colored mini retro chairs.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Steve Cowell Photo

We’re Off to See the Wizard

Follow the yellow brick road to this wonderful “Wizard of Oz” wedding. The ceremony took place at an old “Wizard of Oz” amusement park, and everything was Oz-themed—even the guests’ water bottles had “Emerald City Springs” labels!

Source: Bridal Guide

Photo credit: Brett & Jessica

Welcome to Gatsby’s Party

Travel to West Egg at this lavish, “Great Gatsby” themed wedding shoot. All of the chairs and tables were decked out in gold, and the bride wore a flapper-style headband and dress.

Source: Bridal Guide

Photo credit: Misty Miotto Photography

Big Lebowski

If you’re looking for unique wedding themes, check out this couple’s “Big Lebowski” wedding. Held at a bowling alley, there were White Russians available for guests, and the ceremony took place on a bowling lane that was covered in rugs.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Ben Semisch Photography

One Ring to Bind Them

For their wedding, this couple took their guests to Middle Earth. The bride wore a headband that was fit for an elf, and their cake was topped with the famous White Tree of Gondor.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Laura Dee Photography

Let’s Go to the Movies

This film-loving couple had their ceremony at a movie theater, and at their reception, they had a concession stand filled with candy and table centerpieces that looked like movie posters.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Bernadette Pollard

Sailor Moon Party

This couple combined art deco with the anime “Sailor Moon” to create their own unique theme. The bride and her bridesmaids were all dressed like different Sailors, and the cake was adorned with Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask figurines.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Shannon Cottrell Photography

Time in a Bottle

Spend some time looking at this time-themed wedding, complete with antique clock centerpieces and timepiece place cards. The bride also wore a beautiful pocket watch as her necklace.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Amanda Megan Miller Photography

Press Start

These two avid gamers went all-out with their video game themed decorations. They had a table full of board games, Dungeons and Dragons dice as decorations and a giant, square cake that looked like it came straight out of Minecraft.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Melissa Miksch Photography

Take to the Road

This couple celebrated the long distance beginning of their relationship with a vintage travel themed wedding. They used a restored ’69 VW transporter van as a photo booth, and vintage suitcases decorated their tables.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Laura DeMars

Wedding in Toyland

To show their love for Mattel toys, this couple attached classic toys and action figures to their guests’ escort cards. Toys were also used as unique menu holders.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Jason Kaczorowski Photography

Ahoy Matey!

Both landlubbers and sea-dwellers will love this pirate-filled wedding. In their decorations, the couple used a wooden steering wheel and fishing net. They also had a pirate ship cake—naturally, it was rum-flavored.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Candice Benjamin

Glastonbury Celebration

This couple took inspiration from the UK’s most famous music festival. Their cake featured album covers from former Glastonbury performers, and their table plan looked like a huge Glastonbury map.

Source: Bespoke Bride

Photo credit: Alan Law Photography

Breaking News

Good morning, San Diego, and welcome to this quirky “Anchorman” wedding. Each of the guests’ place cards featured a replica of Ron Burgundy’s mustache, and the table centerpieces all had different “Anchorman” character cardboard cutouts.

Source: Bespoke Bride

Photo credit: Rebecca Douglas Photography

Bazinga!

This wedding’s theme all started with a big bang. There were quotes from “The Big Bang Theory” on all of the signs, and there were also test tube and beaker decorations.

Source: Bespoke Bride

Photo credit: Arius Photography

1950s Retro Style

This wedding was filled with 1950s-style decorations and attire. The bride wore polka-dotted shoes that looked like they came straight from a sock hop, and there were retro-style Coke bottles available as refreshments.

Source: Bespoke Bride

Photo credit: Logan Walker Photography

Magical Woods Celebration

Taking place in a venue in the woods, this magical wedding featured giant paper flower decorations, homemade beeswax candles and an altar covered with sheer, pastel-colored fabric.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Helena and Laurent

Destination: Tulum

This destination wedding took place in beautiful Tulum, Mexico. The ceremony was held on the beach, and the altar was made out of bamboo; perfect for a tropical wedding.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Evangeline Lane

Trailer Palace

If you’re interested in unique wedding themes, this trailer palace venue is perfect for you. At this couple’s ceremony, the altar was attached to a trailer, and the reception was held in the middle of the trailer park.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Gina Clyne Photography

Italian Romance

Italy is known as one of the most romantic destinations in the world, and so for their wedding, this couple took their friends and family to Florence. At their reception, they kept with the Italian theme by serving antipasto.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Matt Tyler Photography

Farm Fun

At this farm fresh wedding, dressed-up llamas and horses took part in the wedding ceremony. The reception also took place at the same farm, and it was held outdoors under a big white tent.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Jorge Santiago Photography

Barefoot Celebration

At their country themed wedding, the bride and groom decided to go barefoot. Their celebration took place in the Illinois countryside, and at their reception, they had rustic decorations, like wildflower bunches.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Lisa Diederich Photography

A Pop of Color

This artsy wedding took place at an outdoor mural gallery. The bride and groom used these colorful murals as the background to their photos, and they also used brightly colored flowers in the bride’s bouquet.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Maggie Gaudean for Pop! Wed Co.

Children’s Museum Party

Everyone got to be a kid again at this wedding held at a children’s museum. There were plenty of fun, kid-friendly details, including a Lego table, a piñata and antique children’s book decorations.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Maureen Cassidy

Pop-Up Party

This artsy wedding took place at an outdoor mural gallery. The bride and groom used these colorful murals as the background to their photos, and matched the mural with brightly colored flowers in the bride’s bouquet.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Matt Miller / diamond eyes

Quirky Factory Wedding

This wedding was held in an old factory, and it was filled with quirky decorations, including mismatched chairs at the ceremony and bright yellow fabric hung behind the altar.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: JC Lemon

Confetti-Filled Celebration

Confetti was everywhere at this fun wedding. Guests threw confetti on the bride and groom as they walked down the aisle, and the cake was covered with brightly colored sprinkles that looked just like confetti.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Kim Box

A Storybook Wedding

This literary wedding was held at an old library, and at the reception, books were hung from the ceiling. The couple also showed their love for literature by sending out ‘save the date’ cards that looked like library cards.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Holly Gardner

Gather Around the Campfire

At this outdoors wedding, the music-loving bride and groom gave their guests small instruments to play at the ceremony. At their reception, they went for a camp theme, incorporating canoes, lanterns and arrows into their decorations.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Jesse Brantman

Going on Safari

This bride and groom took their guests on an African safari. They had sculptures of elephants and giraffes adorning their dessert table, and they decorated their cake with animal patterns.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Tracy Hill

Green Thumb

This wedding shoot featured both botanical and beachy decorations. For the botanical elements, plants decorated the tables and the cake. There were also seashells decorations, giving the shoot a seaside feel.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Courtney Bowlden Photography

Geometrical Gaudi Decorations

This wedding shoot took inspiration from Spanish architect Gaudi. There were geometrical designs on the altar, party favors and invitations. Plus, the wedding cake was covered in lovely light blue hexagons.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Emily Wren Photography

The Sea of Love

This wedding photoshoot used the bright blue ocean as inspiration for its color scheme. The tables were adorned with a light blue tablecloth and dark blue glasses, and there were seaglass place cards.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Jade + Matthew Take Pictures