A wedding theme goes a long way. It controls how classy your wedding is perceived, along with how much your guests enjoy themselves while attending your wedding. Knowing how important wedding themes are to a wedding’s experience, Valley Girl selects a wedding theme of the week each week.
This week’s theme is a book-inspired wedding theme. The theme was selected for its potential, both in the “Happily Ever After” a marriage is intended to bring, as well as the unfinished ending to a couple’s book.
Featured below are some subtle ideas and suggestions to master the perfect wedding for every literature-loving couple.
How novel is this wedding theme?
Use the Pages for Flowers
Not only will this save you money, it’s also a classy and unique bouquet.
Book Page Bow Tie
This book page tie is easy to make on your own and will go perfectly with the book page flower bouquet.
Image via Pinterest
Throw Some Pages in the Air
Book pages thrown into the air can make for an epic photo. Your guests can even throw book pages into the air when you exit the wedding instead of the standard rice or sparklers.
Image by Ryan Brenizer. View more of his photos on RyanBrenizer.com.
Book centerpieces can be made as elaborate or as simple as you want, not to mention they are significantly less expensive than flowers!
Make Seat Assignments on Book Marks
Image via Amy and Stuart Photography
Add a Quote to Your Cake
Add a touch of happily ever after to your cake by incorporating a passage from your favorite book into the cake.
Image by Josh McCullock
If you have any nominations for a wedding theme, whether your wedding or a friends, e-mail your theme to firstname.lastname@example.org. If selected, you or your friend’s wedding will be featured in an article for the Wedding Theme of the Week in Valley Girl.