Theme weddings are very popular in recent years. You can dive back into the code of romantic love and original at a medieval wedding. A large medieval wedding is celebrated in a big castle with an atmosphere of Gregorian music here are some ideas to help you organize your “wedding.”
A wedding medieval castle, parchment and sealing wax
If you opt for a medieval wedding, you must set all programs, because this type of marriage requires various animations and scenarios that will occur throughout the day without forgetting a few touches of improvisations. To begin, you must choose the marriage room; if possible choose a castle fort, a mansion or an old building stone to create a medieval effect. Set the tone with your announcement which will be printed on paper parchment with the language of the time: “Oyez, Oyez” and of the illuminations, close the whole with a wax stamp where you can put your initials.
Held for the newlyweds, the sites offer medieval costumes. The bride can wear a dress with long sleeves and mats as a sophisticated hairdressing. You can also make you make bespoke suits with embroidery. Little girls can dress up as fairies and boys knight costume easier to find. You can also impose a dress code for guests by offering them to dress in traditional outfits. For music you can dance to early music, Gregorian chant to open the ball.
A wedding medieval troubadours, shields and ale
For decoration, you can file a weave at the entrance of the room for a better effect or a mannequin in costume. You can create false crests, of false stained-glass windows and also false chimneys and of armor. Decorate the room with shields, swords, musical instruments on the walls and large tapestries. To animate the evening, you will be able to appeal to some troubadours, magicians, jugglers, falconers or even of the feast of fire. You can come from professional animators that will imitate the old French to make you relive the past.
To help guests find their way, prepare a seating plan to be known as the Knights of the Round Table, musical instruments, characters of Rabelais, coats of arms. To create old windows, you can use small lanterns or lantern surrounded by colored silk. Compounds rustic bouquets of wild flowers, wheat or serve as a fig leaf centerpiece on a white tablecloth or beige without forgetting the candles. Small logs will serve as place cards; you can also file purses or bags of candy. The menus will be presented on parchment where guests will discover the medieval kitchen: duck, chicken, stews, breads, cheeses, wines.