Details are all sorts of fun! Here are some really great ones…like these great pair of shoes under a super long veil (both great for photos!) And your something blue…
A special hankie from a grandparent functional and sentimental!
Straws for sipping champagne and soda during the outdoor ceremony along with cute cards talking about the couple and the program.
A bus to take the wedding party around and a dirt bike for the couple to ride into the reception on (you kinda have to be into dirt biking tho)
Glass bottles found at antique shops, thrift stores and garage sales- perfect for center pieces
Bike spokes as table number holders…found at antique stores or bike shops (this couple were big bikers)
Frames hanging from cut aspen branches with photos of the couple’s parents and grandparents weddings
Sunglasses as a Thank You gift- great for cocktail hour outside on a deck before the sun goes down!
Mailbox for…well…mail! A cute way to collect cards
Glass bottles with small bunches of flowers, simple and effective.
Tree bark wrapped hanging baskets of flowers- featured both on the chairs at the ceremony and again as center pieces.
Cute wooden signs (easily handmade) to help direct your guests.
OMG I love these shoes!! Something blue in the bow but sexy sexy sexy!
This bride chose to include her grandmother’s broach on her bouquet and then wore matching jewelry.
A family heirloom on the ring bearer’s pillow. Simple and beautiful.
Some great white flowers and a lace garter- elegant and tasteful.
Mix your flowers for color and pop.
Shoes (can you tell I love them?) she had that she matched her color scheme with the laces.
Parasols are a great way to add a pop of color and interest above the dance floor. I love when couples chose to decorate above the dance floor, it really helps enhance the dancing photos.
The bigger the better! Decorate the cake table with some inexpensive greenery and baby’s breath.
Champagne glasses with their initials on them- cute and will become a family heirloom.
String up your table sitting chart- alphabetized for ease.
Baby’s breath and some daisies in a bucket lining the aisle for the ceremony and can be doubled as octal hour decor.
This arbor was handmade by the groom (you need a handy groom or family member) out of local fallen trees.
Bow ties are a dying breed and I think they are great! Check out Etsy for stylist and unique ones.
A hanger with your name on it makes for some great wedding dress shots.
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