Emma

Elegant and modest, Emma is a theme designed to display your special occasions’ details with stunning beauty. With a fashionable clean look and proper build execution, Emma is truly, a genuine wedding theme that takes just minutes to setup.

Theme Features

  • Advanced Bean Framework 2.0
  • Custom Jquery validated RSVP Template
  • Use the Bean Registry plugin to add your registries with ease (example)
  • Live Theme Customizer functionality(Branding, Home Settings, Color Pickers & more)
  • Upload a custom logo, favicon, login logo & web app icon
  • Built in SEO metaboxes (Optional)
  • Customizable 404 Page included
  • Custom Templates – not including WordPress defaults (blog, single views, etc) (RSVP, Home, Default)
  • Compatible with the free Bean Registry Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Shortcodes Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Tweets Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Instagram Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Social Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Pricing Tables Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean 500px Plugin
  • Compatible with the free Bean Dribbble Plugin
  • Powerful & Super Lightweight
  • Fully Responsive Build
  • Child Theme included
  • Retina Assets / CSS
  • Enable Retina.js Capability via the Theme Customizer
  • Built with valid HTML5 & CSS3
  • SEO Optimized
  • Enter your Google Analytics Script via the Theme Customizer
  • Custom CSS entry via the Theme Customizer
  • Cross Browser Support
  • PSD Sources Included
  • PSD Full Templates Included
  • XML Demo Data Included
  • Tested with the latest WordPress versions
  • Resourceful Customization Options
  • Fully translatable po/mo files included
  • Beautiful & Extensive Documentation
  • Grade-A Knowledgebase & Support Team over at the Bean Support Center
  • Have a question? Ask or tweet us!

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