Along with the excitement and anticipation of a wedding comes a lot of time and effort spent planning that one day, so we can understand why you'd want it to be perfect.
We've seen many brides with all kinds of visions come to us to make their dreams into reality, and it's the same every time. The details always end up making the day.
A Rustic Summer Reception in Our Courtyard
A tealight versus a taper, red rosepetals instead of white- each of these little decisions reflect your style, your partner, and yourself. A wedding planner can help to guide you through the many customizations out there, but for now let's start with these 6 ideas for personalization.
1) Personalized Place Settings
Not everyone can sit at the head table, so personalize each place setting by including florals, creative napkins, or adding a unique message for the guest.
2) An Original Send-off
The end of the wedding doesn’t have to be anti-climactic; include an exciting send-off for yourself with sparklers or have an elegant vintage car waiting to whisk you away.
A Sparkler Send-Off
3) Old Memories
Whether you feature them on the invitations, in a display at the reception, or hang them in frames for the ceremony, family and couple photos of you and your partner always add a great sentimental element. Fun bride and groom facts are also entertaining for your guests and it also gives you the chance to tell your own love story.
4) Bearing the Rings
Ring bearers and flower girls are an endearing part of any wedding and they present another opportunity to make the day more unique. Instead of a traditional pillow, try keeping the rings in something more on-theme with your wedding. An example for a winter wedding would be placing them on a decorative bed of fresh greenery .
An adorable flower girl
5) Bride and Groom Details
This is your day, so don’t be afraid to flaunt it. Custom bride and groom champagne glasses, chairs, hangers, and robes are just a few ideas. The bride and groom can also leave little messages for one another to be read when getting ready before the ceremony.
6) Specialty Hashtags
Guests love to take pictures and couples love to see them. Consider creating a special wedding hashtag and encourage your guests to use it when posting their photos on social networks. This way you can see all of the pictures from your amazing day in one place.
For more ideas, take a look at our video gallery where we've captured some of our favourite moments.
A beautiful wedding party