You live for the thrill of adventure, and you’re constantly dreaming of new places to visit — sound familiar? If you and your significant other have a bad case of the travel bug, why not incorporate a travel theme into your wedding? With some DIY touches, a few globes and a map or two here and there, you can have a beautiful wedding that takes on your sense of adventure. So please fasten your seat belts and enjoy these 25 gorgeous travel themed weddings.

1. Global Centerpieces: Using globes as centerpieces along with some vintage books and simple name tags is an easy and elegant way to show your guests that you’re about to embark on the best honeymoon ever. (via Every Last Detail)

2. Suitcase Cake: This cake incorporates both maps and fondant suitcases for a pretty incredible stacked piece of art. (via Wedding Chicks)

3. Philadelphia Love: Want to keep your hometown close to your sole? Put maps of your hometown into your shoes! (via Ruffled)

4. Wrapped Bouquets: For an inexpensive bit of charming decor, try wrapping vases in vintage maps. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

5. Pinned It: Instead of a guestbook, this couple asked guests to put a pin in the map where they were from. If you have relatives coming from near and far, this is a cool way to let everyone know what a globetrotting family you come from. (via Weddings Unveiled)

6. Bright and Cheery: The bright colors and mismatched tableware give this wedding instant charm. If you are using globes on your tables, make sure they aren’t too tall so your guests can still talk to each other. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

7. Aviation Inspiration: Know someone with a little plane? This couple fully embraced the spirit of flight and incorporated the airstrip right into their chic wedding. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

8. Map Heart Garland: Find some maps, cut out a million little hearts and string them into pretty garlands to decorate the reception space. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

9. Traveling Engagement Shoot: This couple wanted a travel-inspired engagement shoot and used a little airport as the setting for their beautiful pictures. (via Bridal Musings)

10. Baggage Tags: These elegant baggage tags are perfect for on-theme escort cards. (via Wedding Chicks)

11. Compass Favors: Give each guest a gold compass as a wedding favor for a pretty, vintage takeaway. (via Style Me Pretty)

12. Dessert Table: How fun is this colorful dessert table? The backdrop is made up of pinwheels made out of maps, and the cake doesn’t take itself too seriously with the fondant city cutouts. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

13. Send Off Notes: Have each guest write on a little hot-air-ballon tag and pin it on a place that they have visited to give the couple a personalized bucket list. (via Style Me Pretty)

14. Global Guestbook: This is one guest book idea you’ll be sure to keep around. Have your guests sign a globe with travel tips and relationship advice. (via Ruffled)

15. Wedding Invite: The hand lettering and fun color palette on these invitations could go very modern or very vintage depending on your style. (via Etsy)

16. Trunk Decor: Scour your thrift shops and flea markets to find some old trunks to stack around the dessert table, the bar or the gift table. (via Green Weddings Shoes)

17. Destination-Inspired Tables: This wedding went all out by decorating each table to represent a different country. (via Nelwin Uy)

18. Old World Invitation: Fun, vintage invitations keep things simple with a hand-drawn map and RSVP card. (via Julie Song Ink)

19. Vintage Love Letter Cake: Did you and your love have a long distance relationship? This pretty cake pays homage to all those love letters you sent. (via WedLuxe)

20. Seating Chart: Label each table a different country, then use strings and pins to show the guests where they would be sitting. (via Wedding Chicks)

21. Boarding Pass Invitations: All aboard for a funky wedding! These personalized boarding passes are perfect for setting the theme of your big day. (via Style Me Pretty)

22. Vintage Parisian Wedding: This chic wedding went with simple little bouquets and pretty place cards for a more subtle approach to the travel theme. (via Couture Colorado)

23. Subtle Travel Accents: Keep the theme understated with little edible stamps. (via Ruffled)

24. Vintage Travel Wedding: This wedding used lots of handmade details and natural accents like wooden airplanes on the invitation for a vintage feel. (via DIY Bride)

25. Travel Book Centerpiece: Go crazy at the second hand bookstores and get piles of travel books for your table centerpieces. (via All Women Stalk)

Do any of these weddings inspire you to book your tickets for a travel themed wedding? Let us know in the comments below!