You Are My Greatest Adventure!

“It doesn’t matter where you are going. It’s who you travel with.” – Unknown

The couple who travels together stays together! If the chemistry between you two screams ‘travel,’ then, incorporate a travel theme into your destination wedding with these subtle touches to make your wedding day even more memorable for you and your guests. Vintage globes as centerpieces and guest books, maps as backdrops and for aisle decor, vintage suitcases stacked for various types of decor, luggage tags for wedding favors, save the dates and invitations looking as maps or boarding passes and so on. Bon Voyage!

 

Vintage Decor

 

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Use location-specific name cards like the bride and groom’s favorite cities as the placeholder for guests! Make it look vintage by decorating it with candles, flowers, and books.

 

Passport To Marriage!

 

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The passport-style and boarding pass style are pretty common when it comes to the wedding invite and ‘save the date.’ They are such a fun and unique way of inviting guests to your destination or travel themed wedding. Personalize it to make it look more personal by adding the couple’s picture.

Around The World With You!

 

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The bright colors of this wedding board give an instant charm to the wedding. If you are using globes on your tables, make sure they aren’t too tall so your guests can still talk to each other.

 

Travel-Ready Decor

 

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Channel your love of travel into the celebration by having funky travel accessories in the ceremony hall. Let your guests know your honeymoon destination to add an extra layer of travel excitement.

 

‘Sweet’ Adventure

 

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Vintage suitcases and world-map tiers decorated with sugar blooms are trending. You may go for just a map wedding cake, which is a very popular idea – these may be continents or a whole colorful map on the cake. Pair map tiers with more neutral and simple ones to make your cake really contrasting or go for bold and contrasting colors. You may decorate your cake with names or sights from the cities.

 

 

Feature Image Credit: @bobbykiranyeo