Orlando wedding planners are here to help you have the best day ever. Further, many of them also help you complete your wedding theme and bring it to life. That is to say they use their creativity to help your wedding theme be reflected in every little detail. Here are 4 examples of themed events created by wedding planners for other wedding pros.
When Orlando wedding planner, Pavone Events, walked into the The University Club of Orlando, she knew right away this theme would be 1920’s speakeasy. As you can see, the dark wood, exposed concrete walls and rich colored furniture easily laid the backdrop of this wedding theme. To start, Christine Kirby Studios created placemat, table signage and drink signage in an old newspaper style. Next Florida Candy Buffets brought in candy cigarettes, 100 dollar bill chocolate bars and other delicious themed desserts. Add to that whiskey bottles and cigar boxes for flower vases and you have the makings of one great wedding theme. Additionally the planner worked with the chef to create a meal that was just as perfect for the theme. For example, mocktails called Rat Pack, The G Man and Shirley Temple. Along with the dessert company, Sugar Sugar Cake Boutique, the cupcake became Public Enemy #1.
Undoubtedly live wedding entertainment will put the finishing touches on this prohibition wedding theme. Dawn Gilmore Productions provided the Charlie Chaplin impersonator to welcome guests upon arrival and entertain during cocktail hour. Further Noire Productions brought a lounge singer and string players to set the mood for the reception service. Unquestionably there had to be a secret password as well. In order for guests to enter the elevator, they had to know the password….it was peacock.
All photos of this 1920’s prohibition event taken by That First Moment. Other contributing wedding professionals: Venue-The University Club of Orlando / Orlando Wedding Planner-Pavone Events / Dessert-Sugar, Sugar Cake Boutique / Candy Buffet-Florida Candy Buffet / Entertainment-Noire Productions / Linens-Over the Top Rental Linens / Stationery-Christine Kirby Studios / Video-Elmwood Forest Productions / Character Actors-Dawn Gilmore Productions / Florida-The Flower Studio
Do me a solid and check-out this 1970’s themed wedding idea. Start with peace signs. Then add bright colors. Finish with TV dinner food trays and you have created the perfect wedding to the max.
Assuredly you would not normally consider a TV dinner for your wedding reception meal. However, Orlando Wedding Planners, Weddings by Kasey, wanted to go all out for this theme. So she worked with Two Chicks and a Pot to create a modern day TV dinner. Zoom in on the photo on the right below. Clearly the TV dinner idea was a hit, the plates are empty. Along with the TV trays, the meal consisted of turkey and gravy, garlic mashed potatoes and tender green beans with bacon wrap. Obviously a nod to its heritage in the 1970’s microwave.
Admittedly wedding vendors enjoy getting together and creating memorable events. That is to say, we even like treating ourselves. Monthly the I Said Yes! team puts together a team of wedding professionals to create one-of-a-kind networking events. Each vendor takes this opportunity to really show-off their products and services. Therefore, this event was themed ‘Treat Yo’ Self’. As a rule, this wasn’t a specific theme, like the 1920’s and 1970’s above, but it was carried out in creative, yet subtle ways.
Further welcoming the idea of Treat Yo’ Self to a spa day were the soft grey’s and green’s of the furniture provided by Event Effects. Likewise the special touch of the heart shaped watermelon slice by Foodie Catering reminded us to love ourselves. Live entertainment by Aloha Erica set the mood. Finally the hand care kit for a takeaway gift provided by Mary Kay by Elena Brock. Undoubtedly each little touch of soft colors, smells, sounds and food helped to create the relaxing environment of this wedding theme idea.
Contributing wedding vendors to the Treat Yo’ Self themed event: Venue-The Balcony Orlando / Catering-Foodie Catering / Floral-Lowe + Behold / Linens-Connie Duglin Linens / Music-Aloha Erica Wedding Music / Décor-Event Effects / Glass and Chargers-Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals / Beauty Gift-Mary Kay by Elena Brock / Cookie Gift-Jessie B’s Custom Cookies / Calligraphy and Custom Décor-Littera / Photography-Sunsoar Photography / Dessert-Bakers Cottage Cakes
Every year Pantone introduces its Colors of the Year. In 2021, those colors are Illuminating and Ultimate Gray. Orlando Wedding Planners, At Last Wedding + Event Design, created this stunning representation of how to use colors of the year for your wedding theme.
For example, soft grey rugs, sofa, chairs and pillows. Similarly the bright yellows and golds of the throw pillows, chargers and florals. Together they created a visually appealing design, perfect for any trendy wedding.
When creating your wedding theme, think about statement pieces like the yellow chair for the reception table. Coupled with the simplicity of the bud vase for the cocktail tables. Carry your theme throughout your entire wedding planning. From invitations, to table décor to takeaway gifts. Above all create your perfect wedding to represent you as a couple. Keep it subtle and traditional, or go all out. No matter what your wedding theme is, do you.
Contributing wedding vendors to the Colors of the Year wedding theme idea: Venue-Bella Collina / Orlando Wedding Planners-At Last Wedding + Event Design / Florals-In Bloom Florist / Rental Designer-Ocean Hawks Rentals / Videographer-Cinemology / DJ-Fyerfly Productions / Saxophone-RLE3 Music / Photography-Alexis Kline Photography / Linens-Over The Top Rental Linens.
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