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Golf Wedding

Spring is here and maybe you’re thinking of a golf wedding theme! The turf is green, the clubhouses are gorgeous and the service is excellent.

Do your parents belong to the local country club? If so, you might be able to reap some major benefits on your bottom line and extras if you book your big day there. Some country clubs offer discounts for members and can really give you a bang for your buck.
Most country clubs have golf courses included on the premises. Why not include that theme into your wedding day?From argyle socks to golf ball décor, you can never go wrong with this uber preppy style! Here are a few ways to incorporate a golf wedding into your theme:
1) The Attire
 We wouldn’t suggest the bride do too much to immerse her look in the golfing theme; however, the guys are fair game. From sporty tweeds to golf ball inspired cuff links, these are just a few ways to incorporate the look and feel of the game.
2) The cake
Petite golf ball cakes or mini donut balls are a cute way to pay homage to the game. If you don’t want it to be your main wedding cake, suggest to your sweetie a“groom’s cake”to have a little more fun with your theme.
3) Grand Entrance / Exit
You can’t forget the golf cart! This could be a unique way tobring the bride to the ceremony spot. Not crazy about that idea? What about your getaway vehicle? The wedding party can decorate the cart in a fun fashion as your private mobile post ceremony.
4) The Décor
Your décor can sprinkle in as much golf-y goodness, from“here comes the bride” flags that mimic the flags on the
course, prints inspired by golf wear, to the wedding favors. Colors to think about incorporating into your palette arebold reds, yellow, green, and even navy blue. Pew bows could have small round white flower balls attachedto themor use golf flags on each pew. The bridal bouquet should be all white to resemble a golf ball. Use indoor/outdoor grass/carpeting as an isle runner. Keep a supply of mini-pencils handy for your guests to send youtheir best wishes in your guest book. Attach tees to your unity candle to complement the links feel as you seal your wedding vows for now and for always. However, if your wedding is actually taking place on a golf course, consider sealing your vows with a shot for the hole together!
5) Program
Ever think of putting a little twist on your wedding program? Your program can mimic a golf score card. Little details
like this keep your golf wedding theme consistent while having a little fun!

Golf Wedding

Golf wedding, anyone?
Do your parents belong to the local country club?  If so, you might be able to reap some major benefits on your bottom line and extras if you book your big day there. Some country clubs offer discounts for members and can really give you a bang for your buck. And you don’t even have to be crazy “fore” golf!
Most country clubs have golf courses included on the premises. Why not include that theme into your wedding day? From argyle socks to golf ball décor, you can never go wrong with this uber preppy style!
Here are a few ways to incorporate golfing into your theme:

1) The Attire
I wouldn’t suggest the bride do too much to immerse her look in the golfing theme; however, the guys are fair game. From argyle socks to golf ball inspired cuff links, these are just a few ways to incorporate the look and feel of the game.

2) The cake
Petite golf ball cakes or mini donut balls are a cute way to pay homage to the game. If you don’t want it to be your main wedding cake, suggest to your sweetie a “groom’s cake” to have a little more fun with your theme.

3) Grand Entrance / Exit
You can’t forget the golf cart! This could be a unique way to bring the bride to the ceremony spot. Not crazy about that idea? What about your getaway vehicle? The wedding party can decorate the cart in a fun fashion as your private mobile post ceremony.
4) The Décor
Your décor can sprinkle in as much golf-y goodness, from “here comes the bride” flags that mimic the flags on the course, prints inspired by golf wear, to the wedding favors. Colors to think about incorporating into your palette are bold reds, yellow, green, and even navy blue. Pew bows could have small round white flower balls attached to them or use golf flags on each pew. The bridal bouquet should be all white to resemble a golf ball. Use indoor/outdoor grass/carpeting as an isle runner. Keep a supply of mini-pencils handy for your guests to send you their best wishes in your guest book. Attach tees to your unity candle to complement the links feel as you seal your wedding vows for now and for always. However, if your wedding is actually taking place on a golf course, consider sealing your vows with a shot for the hole together!
5) Program
Ever think of putting a little twist on your wedding program? Your program can mimic a golf score card. Little details like this keep your theme consistent while having a little fun!

How to Choose a Wedding Theme

The modern bride and groom want a wedding that is unique and personalized. They don’t want a traditional, cookie-cutter wedding that has been done over and over again. So how do you create a personalized, one-of-a-kind wedding? One solution is to create a unique wedding theme. This overarching concept can be included in all of the wedding details to create an event that showcases the couple’s personalities, interests, and relationship.

How Do You Choose a Wedding Theme?

Choosing a theme can be difficult. Sometime couples have a hard time coming up with an idea. They feel trapped by the conventional wedding standards, and they need to do some brainstorming. Other couples have too many ideas and need to pick the theme that is most appropriate for their wedding. Here are some ideas for both types of couples.

Brainstorming Ideas

Brainstorming is a technique that we are often taught in school. It is usually used to generate ideas for various projects, so it is a perfect way to begin thinking about wedding themes. After all, your wedding is one big project. There is no right way to brainstorm. You may choose to create lists and charts, or you can simply discuss the topic with friends and family members (and of course, your fiancé) until you come up with a good idea. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when brainstorming.

What are your interests?

How would you describe your personality?

Are there any places that are important to you and your fiancé?

How would you describe the mood of your ideal wedding?

As you begin to answer these questions, let the answers guide you to other questions. The perfect idea may be something that you would have never expected, so don’t censure yourself. Just let the ideas flow.

Choosing the Theme

Now that you have developed a bunch of ideas, you must choose which theme to use. Some weddings incorporate more than one theme, but be careful. If your themes clash, your wedding will seem chaotic and disorganized. You want the theme to create a seamless, personalized event rather than a smorgasbord of all your interests. Here are a few more questions to ask yourself.

Is this theme appropriate for the venue and season?

Does the theme fit with the tone of our wedding?

Does the theme showcase our personalities, interests, and/or relationship?

Does my fiancé like the idea?

Does the idea make me excited to begin planning the wedding?

If you answered yes to the above questions, you have probably found the perfect wedding theme. Happy wedding planning!

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