This is Idylle, a wonderful wedding theme for WordPress that allows you to reach for your dreams. Marry the man or woman you’ve always dreamed of and do it in style, announcing for all the world to see with an incredible WordPress wedding theme.
This is Idylle’s Blue demo, one of six unique styles you get to choose from.
This WordPress wedding theme unites bright, unique visuals and incredibly interesting elements, using an onboard music player to get folks excited right off the bat. The beautiful, responsive layout means it looks great on every device, no matter screen resolution.
Install one of the six unique demo sites, each of which have somewhat different designs, giving a different feel to your wedding site, depending on your personal style, the colors of the wedding and maybe even the location?
Unless a user clicks to show the entire thing the menu is combined under one button, which is a unique way to construct the navigation. I think maybe we’ll see more of this in the future. The header covers the entire width of the page, and it has a parallax effect to show some originality off. Maybe you’re tired of parallax and you don’t want it on your site. I personally think it’s a bit played out, so I’d remove it. Luckily for us, it’s very simple to do just that, the parallax effect is completely optional.
Take photos through the wedding process, and display them in a gallery that is beautiful. Groomsmen and bridesmaids get their own modules also, with names, images and descriptions. The blog is always fun for talking about your story and describing what you expect to happen in the foreseeable future. This really is an advantage for keeping things simple, and to reduce the period of time spent on developing the website. All things considered, you’ve lots of other tasks to worry about.
You can include a handy countdown timer to the wedding date, together with details on where the wedding is happening. While the RSVP contact form has some fascinating effects for collecting names of people who plan on attending it’s advocated to insert a proposition narrative in among the modules. You’ll also detect that rose petals are scattered throughout the theme, almost looking as if they are being scattered from above. A nice touch, I think. So, what do you think of Idylle? Is this the one that makes your heart go pitter pat? Maybe you’d prefer something a little different?