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Top ten wedding themes
1. Medieval. Scroll-style invitations, a sumptuous banquet and a castle-shaped cake – this theme has the makings of a wedding to remember! Costumes should not be too difficult to come by if you want your guests to look the part. 2. Winter wonderland. Twinkling fairy lights, a velvet-cloaked bride, and white blooms tied with silver ribbon – a winter wedding can have a drama and appeal all of its own. 3. Seaside. The sea holds a unique fascination for many people. Shells, sand and pebbles can all be used to good effect in table centres and other decorations, while sticks of personalised seaside rock make fantastic favours! 4. 1920s. An Art Deco-style venue, a jazz band, flapper dresses and cocktails can help to recreate the fun-loving spirit of the 1920s. 5. 1940s. Big-band entertainment, a vintage satin gown and a Champagne fountain are just some of the ingredients of a wedding inspired by the 1940s. 6. Arabian nights. Think belly dancers, jewel-coloured fabric draped across the walls and ceiling, platters of Middle Eastern food, and chocolate-coin favours. What fun! 7. Japanese. A red-and-black colour scheme, bonsai trees as centrepieces, and sushi or noodles on the menu are just a few of the ideas to get your creative juices flowing. 8. Las Vegas. A mobile casino, an Elvis impersonator, elaborate cocktails and glitzy lighting will set the scene for an over-the-top wedding that gets everyone all shook up. 9. Butterflies. More subtle than hearts or flowers but just as romantic, butterflies are a popular and stylish wedding motif. From invitations to favours, and decorations to placecards, you should have no trouble sourcing products to fit in with this theme. 10. Football. Football stadiums are increasingly popular as wedding venues but even if this is a bit out of your league you can create a footie-themed occasion to remember. Use your team's colours for your décor, name your tables after favourite players, and have the bride throw a football instead of her bouquet!

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