Posted by admin on February 28, 2013
Selecting a wedding motif keeps the event in tune, creates better ambiance and atmosphere and it also keeps the guests motivated by the event. It also makes the soon-to-be bride who would be in the white flowing dress stand-out from the rest, which is how it supposed to be, after all, it is her big day.
Deciding on the motif can also be a great bonding activity for couples. It can be exciting, a great topic of conversation and it can be the very first decision they need to make as a couple. But it cannot be too easy to do; here are some of the factors that couple should consider before finally making a decision:
Determine which culture in the world that represents your love best. Does the couple resemble a French love story or a fast-paced Tokyo style? Is the couple more into Harana and the traditional Filipino courtship? Influences of different culture can be a factor in deciding which wedding motif suits the couple best.
Time is of the essence since colors can exude different effects in daytime or at night. Yellow may be great for outdoor weddings when it’s all bright, but it can be too unsettling when indoors matched with yellow shades of lights at the grand reception. It is also great if the couple can decide if they prefer past, present or futuristic lifestyles. It could resolve which shade of a particular color is suited for the grand event.
The location of the wedding also dictates a lot. A couple wouldn’t want to see metallic shades of red in the middle of a beach wedding. It is just unbearable and off. Instead, beach weddings can go for the subtle colors of the ocean or even paler shades of summer colors. No matter which color a couple picks, it is important that they consider imagining it in the chosen location of the wedding or else it would look more like a carnival or worse, a kaleidoscope.