20 Wedding Theme Aesthetics We Love - Eternity UK

20 Wedding Theme Aesthetics We Love

26th April 2023

A wedding theme is a specific style or motif that sets the tone for the entire wedding, so it’s a pretty important aspect of wedding planning!

If you are anything like us, then Pinterest is definitely your best friend when it comes to finding the best wedding theme aesthetics. 

We’ve handpicked some of our favourite wedding themes for you. Take a look.



Is it necessary to have a wedding theme?

Yes & no. Sometimes, it’s good to have an indication of the kind of vibe you are after for your wedding. For example, if you know you want bright & colourful wedding events, this is a good enough ‘theme’ to share with your wedding decorator, to ensure that they are able to show you suitable designs for a productive meeting.

Alternatively, it’s also good to keep an open mind with wedding themes. Your wedding decorator may surprise you with something totally unique, which could end up being your dream idea.

Should I decide my theme right at the start of my wedding planning?

Only after you have your venue! Your venue will really dictate which wedding theme you go for. If it’s somewhere like Plaisterer’s Hall, you will want to keep the decor quite neutral and focus on the beauty, history and architecture of the livery venue itself. Alternatively, somewhere like the Intercontinental London will give you the option to go for a ‘more is more’ decor theme.

Can I have more than one wedding theme?

We like the philosophy that each event has a different theme, as mentioned above, it sets the tone and makes your guests feel like they are stepping into a whole new environment. This will also naturally be the case, because you will likely not have the same bright yellow haldi theme following through to your reception.

Try to determine your theme against the location & time of day of the event.

Do my guests need to match my wedding theme?

This is totally up to you! Some couples opt for having only their family match them, others opt for their main wedding parties to match them, and others put notes on their invites to ensure their guests match them.


Muted Tones

Maroons, beiges, sage greens, dusky pinks – all the colours that come to mind for a muted tone wedding. Best for a venue with heavy stone architecture in different neutral shades.


A ‘pretty in pink’ romantic theme has been increasingly popular with couples. It’s the perfect day to night transition outfit, and an extremely versatile wedding outfit which can be styled in a number of different ways.

Boho Chic
Pink Floral Lehenga Set

Boho means pampus grass, end of discussion. A boho chic look, similar but slightly different to the muted tones above, is beautiful for backyard weddings or forest weddings. The ‘less is more’ look plays off of the different shades of tones in your surroundings.

Some venues don't allow pampus grass in, as it can be quite messy. Be sure to clear this with your venue & decorator early on.