I don’t think there’s one single female on this Earth that has not dreamed of her special day walking down the aisle to marry the love of her life. Between obsessing over magazines, high profile celebrity weddings and stacking up on Pinterest boards, most people (men and women alike) look forward to making their nuptials special and personable. From themed engagement shoots, personalized, unique invitations, destination weddings and the list continues, many go above and beyond to make their wedding day not only memorable but unique and authentic to their personal style and personalities. While most opt for the white dress, church ceremony, ring bearers, a lot of newlyweds go sans tradition to make their wedding not only something to remember but an occasion that you’ll never forget. It can be a bit overwhelming with the amount of ideas floating out in the “wedding-sphere”, so here’s some inspiration that can help point you in the right direction.
What a better way to spice it up with a unique dress or tux to “wow” your crowd or simply just make you feel like you on your wedding day. You can’t go wrong with color, prints, texture, different silhouettes or style.
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There are no limitations (well depending on your budget) when it comes to decorations; you can go uber-fancy or uber-frugal and allow your creativity (or the wedding planners’) to run amok. So much personality can be infused in table settings, music, reception space, the bouquet and the list goes on and on.
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3. Bridal Party
Who says the bridal party has to be your BFF + crew? In recent years, bridesmaids, ring bearers, petal droppers have come in all sizes, ages and species. How’s about man’s best friend for a best man or grandma dropping petals down the aisle?
Here’s where you don’t have to stress and plenty of opportunity to keep things fun and simple on your wedding day. Small touches like personalized items for the bridal party or guests keep your nuptials interesting and makes everyone feel like they’re truly a part of your love story.
Cake, cake, cake! Why stop there? Cut the budget or cut the fat with cookie tiers or layers of berries and chocolate for the traditional first “piece of cake”. Or instead of a lavish spread, some couples have opted for barbeques, potlucks, ice cream parlors and the list goes on and on.
Thinking of a non-traditional way to marry your best friend? Let us know your ideas or what you think of ours.