How to Prepare For a Colour Themed Wedding? – Wedamor

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Planning a wedding can be cumbersome sometimes. With so much on mind, it gets difficult to choose one from the other. Even when we adhere to something, there is so much confusion that we end up missing out on something or the other. More of it happens when you are planning the wedding venue arrangements. You need to be even more careful while planning a themed wedding. Talking of themed weddings, colour themed weddings are very popular nowadays. But most of the times, something is left out during the preparations resulting in a bit of regret. Let’s forget about the regret by planning your colour themed wedding in an organised and planned manner. Here’s the manual for how you should plan your colour themed wedding:

Colour Selection

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Colour selection is very important. Choose colours that are common so that it doesn’t get difficult for you to execute your colour themed wedding the way you wanted it to. Also, uncommon colours are bound to end up with glitches. Maybe you won’t get decorations in that colour, or your guests won’t be able to follow. So, be simple when it comes to choosing colours.

Timely Inform Your Guests

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It is really important that the guests are informed of your colour themed wedding on time. If they turn up in colourful dresses, the theme of your wedding will get ruined in some way. Plan it beforehand and make a humble request to show up in the respective colours. We are sure they will be sporty enough to take up your request and make your wedding party a great success.

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Choose your invitations in the same colour theme as decided for your wedding day. Don’t forget to add a gentle note announcing your wedding theme. Your guests will know how serious you are with the colour theme and will definitely make efforts to be there in relevant colours.

Your Wedding Dresses

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Amidst all the hullabaloo, don’t forget that you have to follow the colour theme too. Don’t get carried away with other options you get while choosing your wedding dress. If you want to look different from the others, choose colours that contrast with the colour theme. But don’t mix it up in such a way that it looks absurd.

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The decorations definitely need to be taken care of. Give proper instructions to your decorator on how you want to decorate the venue for your colour themed wedding. If you get flowers for the chosen colours, use that type of flowers for the decorations. If flowers in that particular colour are not available, go for other designer decorations including fancy ribbons and glittery decorations.

Catering Staff

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If your caterer is other than your wedding planner, you will need to inform them as well. The staff serving there should be wearing costumes matching with the theme. The cutlery should also be in the particular colours chosen for your colour themed wedding.


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If you want it to be a total success, you can also experiment with the food. Food colours can be used to match with the theme. If not all, the food on display should be in such a way that it matches with the theme. For example, the containers can be in the colour of your colour themed wedding. Drinks and cocktails can be served with the colour of your choice. That will definitely add bling to your colour themed wedding.

Wedding Cake

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If you are ordering a wedding cake, which we recommend you must, it should be in the theme colours. Choose a bigger design so that everybody gets a piece. There are so many varieties available in which you can experiment with colours. You just need to make it a priority!

So, here’s the list you need to follow. Note it down on your to-do list and we are sure you will have a perfect colour themed wedding. 




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4 thoughts on “How to Prepare For a Colour Themed Wedding?

  • Hemanth Kumar KondetiJune 28, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    Hey, I came to know very interesting things from this post. Thanks to you, Ms. Sabina.Yeasmin.

    The first thing I loved is Colour themed Wedding, because I’ve heard of Themed Weddings, but not Colour themed which is really an interesting thing to follow.

    Another point that interested me is the careful steps to be followed, not to ruin these type of themed weddings. Everything is in such a great detail. Loved them…..

  • C ArchanaJune 29, 2016 at 5:03 pm

    TThe blog is a life saver for those who are in the preparation days of their wedding. The blog doesn’t miss out on anything. With clear description of each and every component for the colour themed wedding, the critical advices for each of them is very helpful. The blog has been correctly structured in chronological order of the things to be taken care of. Loved reading it.

  • Fatehdeep SinghJune 30, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    This is a well descripted, short and crisp amount of information that one should keep in mind while organising a themed wedding. Sabina, this is a great post. It would definitely help people to avoid last minute arrangements leading to clusmy moments and embarassed situations at the themed weddings. Planning a perfectly themed wedding is a huge task. I now understand that the value of colour selection for the entire venue and dresses plays a really important role in planing a themed wedding. I liked the point that the food can also be matched along with the theme. It would be an icing on the cake if this is could be arranged as well. 

    These key points explaining the intricate requirements that one should keep in his/her mind while planning “A perfect themed wedding”! Thanks for sharing this.

  • Sabina YeasminJuly 1, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    Thank you, Mr. Hemant. Hope it helps you at some point. 

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