Personalizing Your Wedding Day

Every bride wants that special pop to their wedding day, the one thing that guests will go home talking about. Making a wedding personal isn’t about putting a monogram on napkins and favors anymore, it’s taking that extra step to make guests say, “Wow!” Here are a few tips for making your wedding day stand out in your own way.

Color in your Dress
Adding the extra pop of color coordinating with bridesmaids (or not) is sure to add some pizazz to your dress. Consider even wearing a dress in a color of that is not so traditional. For example, blush pink or light blue is sure to get people talking. Make sure you stick to the color and the theme of your day and that will get people talking.


Everyone thinks of wedding flowers as roses, roses, and more roses. Try mixing it up and picking out wild flowers from the farmer’s market or picking some non-traditional flowers for your bouquet. There are many unique flower options to choose from; delphiniums and spider mums have that extra something to make your bouquet or centerpieces stand out. In picking your flowers, make sure you know that flower prices can change depending on the season. Do a search for in season flowers and you are sure to find some unique flowers to make your day unique.

Traditional layered wedding cake is vanilla or chocolate with a white buttercream frosting. There are many options to change up your cake. Cupcakes, cake pops, unique designs are some ideas. You can even pick different flavors for different layers. Make sure you get your groom’s input on the cake flavors, because he will love it. Or even surprise him with a fun groom’s cake in his favorite flavor and design.

Gone are the days when weddings are restricted to a church or a hotel . Change up the routine with a venue that will be sure to have your guests talking for years. Popular venues now are barns, vineyards, gardens, or even private residences. Pick a place that is meaningful for you and your groom and will have guests interacting with their surroundings.


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