13 Easy Ways to Create a Travel-themed Wedding

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Some couples love trying new things and venturing to new places. What more perfect way to have a wedding for such globetrotting couple than a travel inspired wedding? Not only does it give you a unique wedding, take us on our words, it will be a memorable one too. So pack up and get ready for a smooth nuptial trip with these simple 13 steps.

  • Book the Date!

    Give your guests a little sneak peek of your wedding by creating a thematic save the date cards.

  • Ticket for the Trip

    Stay in theme with your invitations. It’s a great idea to use visuals from a map and use them on your invitations like this one here.

  • Globe-up Your Guestbook

    Instead of using a regular guest book, have your guests sign a globe. Not only does it go well with the overall look and feel, it’ll make a great addition to your house or apartment to remember the day by.

  • Where Should We Go Next?

    This one is also a great idea for you to try. Being the adventurous couple that you are, ask your guests to suggest a honeymoon spot that’s very unlikely or perhaps, off the map?

  • Up, Up and Away!

    Take your guests up, up and away with these cute mini planes as escort cards.

  • Where in The World?

    Or, you can have country names for tables and use a vintage map for your guests to find where in the world their seats are.

  • Which Country Are You In?

    A fun one this one is; style your centerpieces according to their country name. This will create distinctive feel for all the tables and you get to be creative with each one.

  • Pack and Stack!

    Stack up luggage bags, set a globe somewhere near, and add in books and pieces of a map. Be creative with your decoration and put in any element you fancy; just ensure that all goes with the same travel theme you are carrying.

  • Pack and Stack!

    Stack up luggage bags, set a globe somewhere near, and add in books and pieces of a map. Be creative with your decoration and put in any element you fancy; just ensure that all goes with the same travel theme you are carrying.

  • Pack and Stack!

    Stack up luggage bags, set a globe somewhere near, and add in books and pieces of a map. Be creative with your decoration and put in any element you fancy; just ensure that all goes with the same travel theme you are carrying.

  • Pack and Stack!

    Stack up luggage bags, set a globe somewhere near, and add in books and pieces of a map. Be creative with your decoration and put in any element you fancy; just ensure that all goes with the same travel theme you are carrying.

  • Sweet Treats for the Sweet Tooth

    Set up a sweet corner to entertain the sweet tooth. Still, be creative with it. Those pinwheels and flags made out of vintage maps is certainly a great idea for you to try.

  • Don't Forget the Cake

    On the cake side, this one with airplane decoration is a very cute alternative to replace your traditional cakes. Sweet, edible and thematic as well.

  • And The Flowers Too!

    Go all out with a paper bouquet like this one. Not just ordinary paper though. Have strips from a vintage map as material for your bouquet down the aisle. You can easily keep it afterwards too.

  • A Gift to Bring Home

    This one is a favor your guests would actually want. Give them these luggage tags to remember the day by. Both lovely and useful, we think it’s such a brilliant idea!

  • A Gift to Bring Home

    Lastly, for something out of the ordinary, present each guest with a golden compass along with a sweet note. Who could resist?

Inspired to create your own travel themed wedding? Get these professional wedding planners to help you organize your perfect one. Check out Chroma Wedding, Bali Dream Day, Xaviour Event Organizer, and Rufous Events ' profile on Bridestory.com and get the planning started!


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