1. Colour Theme
A wedding reception can follow an all-white theme, which as the name implies, require the use of dominantly white pieces of decoration. This kind of theme, which depicts purity, is a popular choice among many couples. Aside from white, you can use other shades as theme for your wedding. You can have a pink or green wedding, or whatever it is that your heart desires.
2. Formal Theme
The formal theme is the dubbed as the safe choice that would give you a classic and timeless look. This is the perfect theme for couples who have traditional taste and those who are not fond of experimenting with fancy themes.
3. Traditional Theme
Traditional themes revolve around folk, culture, customs, origin and nationality. For example, if you are and your spouse are Scottish, you can hold a traditional Scottish themed wedding complete with a bagpipe player and Scottish decoration for the reception venue.
4. Season Theme
Many couples choose to incorporate the magic of the season into their special day. If you choose to hold an autumn wedding reception, have decors in bold orange, red, yellow, and bronze hues. Silver decors would go great for winter season theme. Pastel shades are perfect for the springtime while bright hues of yellow, blue, and green are ideal for the warmth of the summer.
5. Garden Theme
Many brides dream of an outdoor wedding and there are many themes perfect for such an occasion, English country garden, tea parties, fantasy. A garden theme incorporates not just weddings held outdoors but those who wish to embrace mother nature in their wedding décor. Be it butterflies, dragonflies, herbs, cherry blossoms or lavender. Some indoor venues will suit a garden theme well, those with balconies, outdoor areas, large windows with views and country manor houses.