Don’t be “just another” wedding. By setting up your summer wedding with a creative theme, friends and family will discuss your big day for years on end. Start by checking our recent blog post on summer wedding themes to get the ball rolling. Then come back here and get ready for part 2; we have plenty of ideas in store!
We covered the idea of a carnival wedding theme as well as a butterfly theme; now, it’s time to get even more creative. Although sure, basing your wedding on two common colors will do the trick, these summer wedding themes are all about being memorable.
Baseball Wedding Theme
Hit a home run with your guests by exploring all the possibilities of a baseball theme. If your budget allows, look for a local ballpark to rent out. Many minor or semi-pro stadiums offer summer packages that are perfect for your celebration. One added bonus is you definitely don’t have to worry about running out of space!
Here are a few other ideas to capitalize on a baseball theme:
- Print out stadium tickets as invitations
- Custom baseball jerseys for groomsmen and bridesmaids
- Red and white bouquets (shaped like baseballs)
- Hot dogs, hamburgers, and even nachos to snack on
- Personalized mini bats as wedding favors
Cocktail Wedding Theme
Are you the type of couple that loves to go out for drinks with friends? Keep the party going all night long with a cocktail wedding theme. We’re not saying to limit things to only an open bar; there are plenty of plays for this theme.
Pick a color that correlates with your favorite cocktail. You could even have the bridesmaids represent one part of the drink while groomsmen do the other! A cocktail theme is a great way to encourage a good time while being creative.
Patriotic Wedding Theme
We all love the 4th of July; why not make sure your wedding is a similar celebration? Hand out sparklers as favors and end the night with a fabulous firework finale.
The eventual red, white, and blue cake will also definitely be a crowd favorite, you can count on that.
With a United States flag draped behind the ceremony, adding a tribute to military personnel is the next perfect touch. Go, USA!