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Themed Wedding – Tacky or Classy?

Besides from the typical “fairy-tale” themed wedding, how popular are themed weddings? Some people think it is absolutely crazy adding a theme to your big day and others wouldn’t have it any other way. The whole day can be themed, from the ceremony right through to the party. Or, some people choose to have a standard, classy ceremony and then a themed evening party.

There is a fine line between tacky and whacky when it comes to themed events, especially weddings. If you want your big day to still be classy but with a theme, then you are probably better off going for the likes of an Oscar or James Bond theme. For the whacky themes, since Don’t Tell the Bride first aired, there have been 164 episodes of weddings filled with crazy ideas, insane themes and even crazier grooms.

If you are looking for inspiration for a themed wedding and want to go for something completely different, Don’t Tell the Bride will definitely inspire you. Some of the more popular wedding themes are 80s; where guests dress in fancy dress, country western; some people may want their wedding to be in a barn, and multicultural; this is a quite common theme when the 2 people who are getting married are from different cultures.

Decorations and interior design can transform any venue to suit your chosen theme. Sometimes, if the venue is well-known for a specific theme then they will supply the decorations, if not you will have to out-source them. This is where Wide Variety Weddings & Events step in. Wide Variety are profoundly known for their ability to bring your ideas to life when it comes to decorating a room. They specialise in supplying wedding services.

So no matter what crazy theme you have in mind for your big day, get in touch with Wide Variety Weddings & Events for all of your wedding day essentials.

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