Think more like a tropical theme, dessert theme or even a bewitching theme. Couples are also totally making up their own themes. Like a mystical jungle disco party like The Venue Report put on for their company party! You can make it sound as crazy and as cheesy as you like, but adding fun finds and small details to your otherwise "normal" wedding decor can make for a beautiful and unique affair. But skip the costumes....
Of course, we still give you permission to go all out and add some more jazz :)
Another way to make your flowers shine individually is to pair them with their contrasting counterparts. Do you all remember the color wheel? We're not saying orange and purple have to come together to create a real show stopper, but using the color wheel to use monochromatic hue pairings, like mentioned above with different shades of blue, or even opposite spectrums like the photo below. The deep purples paired with the light pinks and sunny greens just makes our hearts smile.
"We don't really want a formal wedding, we just want it to feel like a party" But I don't think very many of them know what that means. If it's going to be a party, don't have a formal sit down dinner, or fancy candelabra centerpieces. You have to create a fun vibe, get humorous, bring in some personality and show your guests that this is no ordinary "wedding". Tell them it's okay to dance and drink a little too much. Tell them to get their butt out of their seats by having a cocktail style reception, offer dessert instead of wedding cake and for god sakes, tell them what the heck they're eating!