Adding personalized details can truly make your wedding a most memorable and meaningful event whether it’s grand or intimate. Take inspiration from these couples who customized wedding details according to their personalities, backgrounds, interests, and love stories!
Match Your Playlist With Your Program
Get playlist suggestions from this musical couple who selected OPM, Jazz, and Disney music to accompany their first dance, cake cutting, toast, and speeches! All the songs were even performed live by their friends who happen to be professional musicians.
Include Your Family in the Preparations
If you have a baker in your family, why not ask for their expertise for a meaningful wedding cake. We wrote about a bride whose 90-year old Lola baked this 4-tiered wedding cake and made the sugar flowers by hand.
Incorporate Cultural Traditions
If you come from different cultural backgrounds, incorporating traditional wedding practices in your ceremony is a great way to honor your heritage. This couple from Cordillera included traditional Igorot wedding rituals in their ceremony and reception!
D.I.Y Wedding Invitations and Table Signs
Make your invitations and table signs even more personal by using your own photos! Just like this couple who pulled off a highly detailed wedding. The groom even took full charge of designing the invitations himself.
Choose Meaningful Wedding Favors
Your wedding is all about you and your love story, so why not share it with your guests! You can create a newsletter which documents the journey of your love and have your friends contribute stories about you.
Personalized Pouches for your Bride Tribe
Something your girls will appreciate and can definitely use over and over again! Having a dainty pouch is totally helpful for your bridesmaids, so they can carry their valuables with them during the ceremony. You can personalize them by placing their names much like these pouches with the bride’s hand painted calligraphy!
Use Something Old and Something Borrowed
Take inspiration from this bride who wore her mom’s 35-year old wedding gown! With just a few alterations, the gown looked as beautiful as ever. How about this for something old and something borrowed, right? Meaningful and gorgeous!