Tired of weddings that have the theme of, well – white? Themed weddings are all the rage, and there are some amazing styles you can include. One style that has been very popular is, as expected, vintage. Want to stand out and stay elegant at the same time? Skip the carnival and opt for the perfect pearl theme wedding.
Don’t worry, themed weddings are all the rage, and there are some amazing styles you can include. One style that has been very popular is, as expected, vintage. So much so that there are sub-genres of the style that are further developed to be as unique as possible. Adding pearls to the theme of your wedding is the perfect way to show your unique bride appeal.
The beautiful sheen of pearls will look luxurious. You will have so many ways to apply the theme throughout the nuptial event. So let’s see some ways you can create this perfect pearl theme look for your wedding day:
Pearl Themed Wedding Venue Decorations
For starters, your venue can be decorated with pearls all around. You can get plastic pearls quite cheap in big bulk, and they are so subtle that it won’t be overpowering, no matter how many you use. Try putting them in clear vases with flowers, or simply in tall glasses as decorations on the tables.
At the entrance to the venue, you can place a pearl bead curtain, so that your guests get a taste of the theme from the very beginning. You can wrap lanterns, eating utensils, napkins and bottles in threaded pearls to add some glam to the tables. But the pearls themselves aren’t the only way to follow through with the theme.
When choosing tablecloths, go for ones that are pearly white, and the same goes for chair covers and curtains. Remember that you don’t have to stick to white, because pearls come in all different colors, including the very elegant black Tahitian pearl.
Pearl Themed Wedding Announcement
Announcing your theme isn’t always important, but it is crucial in cases when you want your guests to be part of the theme, dress a certain way or if you just want them to know what to expect.
You can announce your theme through your engagement photos, by dropping hints to your friends and family or simply through your choice of wedding invitations. Choosing ones that have a pearly shine on the border, or placing them into pearl envelopes is a great way to subtly announce the theme.
Or you can drop in pearl bracelet, earrings and cuff-links for your guests to wear on the big day. They will appreciate the gift, and you will know that they will wear something pearly thanks to your pearl themed wedding invite.
Choosing the Look for Your Pearl Themed Wedding
One of the easiest ways to incorporate pearls is through your outfits. From the satin material of the dress, tie or vest to the jewelry, you can really incorporate it into every single detail.
For the bridal outfit, you can choose a dress that has pearl details on the straps, belt or bodice, or go with a simple dress and accessorize with a pearl hairpiece to hold your veil. You can even find wedding sandals that feature pearls, if you want to opt for something like that.
If you have your hair up and a dress with a simple top, then hanging pearl earrings are a beautiful, minimalist and elegant choice.
Pearl Themed Wedding Day Food
Incorporating pearls in food is easiest to see on the cake. Using sugar pearls as decoration is very common, even if it’s not a pearl-themed wedding, so just mentioning this to your cake decorator will be enough to get you a great-looking cake. But you can incorporate it into the rest of the menu as well.
For example, serving the ice in small pearl-like spheres will make all the drinks look like they are full of small pearls – though in that case it’s best to use frozen drinks instead of water so the drinks don’t get diluted. For savory dishes, you can serve rice in small balls or stick with the theme and serve some shells.
The Perfect Pearl Theme Wedding Keeps Your Planning on Track
Having a theme to your wedding means that you always have a default setting when you’re not sure what choice to make, and helps everything look cohesive. All too often, weddings are simply a mix of all the different things that the bride and groom like, without any connection between them.