One of the best things about weddings is that they can be completely unique to each couple. You are free to inject your personality into the wedding in creative ways and share the same with your loved ones. To start with, choosing a theme for your wedding is important as it sets the stage for further arrangements. Once you decide on the central idea, you can plan your invitations, outfits, decorations, menu and every other detail. One of the wonderful themes to add to weddings is music, more so if you and your beloved are passionate about it. A musical themed wedding can be a great way to celebrate the big day with your family and friends. Whether it is Classical, or Bollywood or Pop, or anything in between that you love, here are some creative ways to combine your wedding theme and love of music in beautiful harmony.
Image Credits: Pinterest There are several cards available that feature music themed motifs and designs. Some designs that you can use include sketches of pianos, clef notes, signature notes and guitar designs among others. You can even make your invitations appear like VIP concert tickets and ask your guests to request for songs for the DJ night. It is also a surefire way to ensure that the dance floors fill quickly when your guests hear their own requested song coming.
Image Credits: Pinterest Apart from the carefully chosen music, band and DJ to enthrall your guests, there are several other ways to include music in the wedding. Creative decor ideas that incorporates the musical instruments and notes can be a great hit with your guests. Sheet music paper is an excellent item in a musical themed event. You can have music notes hanging from the ceiling and also have paper bouquets made of sheet music. You can include cutouts of guitars or musical sheets on the walls as well to adhere to the theme. The possibilities are endless.
Image Credits: Partyhire Black and white are two of the most commonly used colors for a music themed wedding and this color combination can make a wedding venue look very elegant and classy. You can also add touches of gold or silver to the slightly vintage look to exude both luxury and sophistication at the same time.
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Image Credits: arabiaweddings You can personalize your reception by incorporating your favorite songs into your buffet settings. You can give a music inspired theme to every table. The handmade cards on the table will create a vintage look and are great for displaying the theme on the dining table. A note on why you chose that theme for the table can be a lot of fun.
Image Credits: acoloradocourtship Matching your wedding outfits to the theme would be a marvelous idea. You can surely find ways to include musical designs into your dresses, jewelry and accessories. You can take the help of your designer to help you find the best outfit to match your theme.
Image Credits: Pinterest Don’t hesitate to splash your creativity in your food items too. You can request your local sweets shop to make musical themed treats. They can incorporate designs of musical notes and instruments to create an attractive look. They are as delicious as they are on-theme and will surely delight your guests.
Image Credits: Pinterest Finally, don’t forget to see off your guests with a memorable wedding favor and what better than a mix CD of your favorite music. They can be your favorite songs, both as a couple and a few individual choices. This way they will always have a CD of songs to remind them of the beautiful music-filled event. Your wedding is the beginning of a new and exciting phase of your life. It represents the start of a wonderful voyage of love, togetherness and happiness that you embark on with your beloved. It is an unforgettable day when the two of you become joined as one in spirit. You would definitely want this cherished moment in your life to be as unique and beautiful as possible. Incorporate these tips in your musical themed wedding and give an enthralling experience to your guests on your special day. Featured Image Credits: SocialandPersonalWedings Writing Credits: Shampa Basu