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Golf Theme Wedding Ideas & Inspirations - Take It To The Links!

GOLF THEME WEDDING
IDEAS FOR GOLF WEDDING THEMES
GOLF WEDDING THEMES





GOLF Themed Wedding Ideas

If you’ve known from the first tee that you wood spend the course of your lives together, these suggestions should help you avoid any bunkers in planning a par-fect golf-themed wedding.


Golf Theme Wedding Location Ideas
The perfect location for a golf-theme wedding and reception is a golf course or country club. The existing d├ęcor already sets the stage for your celebration. Remember to have a solid back up plan if you are planning to hold the ceremony and/or reception outside on an actual golf course.

Golf Theme Wedding Announcements & Invitations
Announce your engagement on cards that look like flags on a golf green! If you are planning a formal wedding, use an elegant invitation that has been printed on card stock that has a pattern similar to the indentations of a golf ball. Use a sheet of vellum paper to soften the look. To continue the theme, glue tiny “golf balls” (pearls) to the top of…

Western Wedding Theme Ideas

Western Wedding Themes
Yee-haw! You're gettin' hitched!
If you and your cowboy are dreaming of a western-style wedding, here are some ideas to help you plan one helluva hoedown.

Western Wedding Locations
The location you choose will do more than anything else to set the stage for your western theme wedding. Scout out barns for rent in your area or contact a state park that has a pavilion or cross-fenced area.
Western Wedding Announcements & Western Themed Invitations
Send friends and family engagement announcements in the style of a Pony Express letter or use specially printed announcements that have a western theme. Maintain the theme with your choice of wording. Instead of "Announcing the engagement of," use the words, "We're gettin' hitched!" This will set the stage for what's sure to be a rip…

Choosing the Perfect Wedding Venue

When trying to decide on a wedding venue, anything goes. Couples have been married while scuba diving or up in a hot air balloon!

The setting you choose is the stage on which the drama of your nuptials will play itself out. Do you envision an elegant formal wedding in a grand old cathedral with dinner and dancing afterwards at a stately ballroom? How about marrying in a peaceful garden, surrounded by lush flowers, greenery, and all your family and friends? Maybe your style leans more toward a quaint country chapel with the reception at a charming country inn.

Hopefully, you have some idea of how many people you'll need to accommodate and what type of reception you want: a sit-down dinner with dancing, buffet, or cake and champagne only. This will give you some idea as to how big a space you'll need.


The next critical factor in determining a wedding location is whether or not you want to have your ceremony and reception at different places, or whether you'd like the convenien…