Do you want your big day to truly stand out? Would you like to create a personlized and memorable touch? Then, it’s all about the details! Whether you are looking for a way to share some funny or cherished relationship moments with your guests or to show off your new surname, there are ways to make even the very formal event such as the wedding feel warm, intimate and personal. Here are four unique wedding ideas you could either copy or use as an inspiration!
Create Your Monogram
For a personal touch, create a custom stamp of your initials and add it throughout the wedding. You can either brand it on whatever you want: from the table numbers to your bridal accessories. Check out these beautiful handmade monogrammed and embroidered linen handkerchiefs and napkins by Nordyo! This family-run studio based in Russia is specialized in premium handmade napkins and handkerchiefs made of 100% pure stonewashed linen.
Offer a Signature Cocktail
Of course you are going to offer a nice beer and wine selection, but you can go an extra mile when it comes to your wedding bar. Serve a signature cocktail as a way to both welcome your guests and to make your big day more personal and memorable. Use the ingredeints you especially like and add something related to you as a couple, your hometown, wedding theme or location. Finally, your signature cocktail should have a meaningul name!
Ditch Traditional Cake Toppers
Traditional bride&groom cake toppers can be rather dull. Why wouldn’t you have fun when topping off your cake? Add details that would complement both your wedding colors and theme. Your wedding vows can be written on your wedding cake too. Make your wedding cake original and hard to forget!
Opt for an Eclectic Menu
Talk to your caterers and tell them your (and your future spouse’s) favorite meals and snacks. Let those dishes be combined to make your wedding menu diverse and unique. Additionally, instead of offering a full sit-down affair, you can go for a not so structured mood with food trucks and tasting stations and bars. If you are somewhere between traditional three-course dinner and eat-as-you-go option, you could consider a family style serving; it will be more intimate, yet not too informal.