Wedding Tips & ideas

5 unique ideas to personalize your wedding ceremony

If you’re wondering what makes a wedding truly unforgettable, the answer lies in personalization. How do you make your wedding ceremony stand out? How can you make it more engaging? You don’t want another run-of-the-mill wedding ceremony that would probably bore your guests in just a few hours. After all, it is your big day and only you can make it extra special. From confessional booths to welcome gift bags for guests, here are great ideas to add a little spark and creativity to your wedding:

Make your guests feel welcome

Give personalized welcome bags to your guests. Not only will your guests feel like VIPs, they will remember your warmth and hospitality for years.

Leave a personalized welcome note in each bag. Don’t go overboard with the gift items. Kids can get crayons and a coloring book, while adults can get a gift certificate to your favorite local coffee shop.

Keep the memories alive

Arrange for a rented photo booth. If you have time on your hands, make the photo booth yourself. Incorporate props to set the tone for your guests.

You can also rent a video booth where guests can leave messages for you. Ask your videographer to select and add the best clips into your wedding video.

Having a video and photo booth is a sure-fix way to add fun and excitement to your wedding, apart from capturing memories that your videographer or photographer might miss.

Get creative with the cake

When it comes to the wedding cake, don’t settle for a white, multi-tier wedding cake. Get creative with it. It’s a good idea to choose alternatives to the traditional cake.

Even if you prefer a traditional cake, add a personal touch to it to make it more meaningful.

Fun alternatives to first-dance confetti drop

The first dance is the highlight of a wedding. Instead of a confetti drop, have paper planes, glitter, or your favorite flower petals dropped. Also, arrange for the venue staff to be standing by to clean up.

Post it online

Finally, we live in the age of social media. Everyone is connected on the internet.

Make a social media page on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter for your wedding day. Ask a family member to send live updates. Get all your guests involved and share your big day on social media for those who couldn’t make it.

These are easy yet effective to personalize your wedding. For more such valuable information, check out some fantastic wedding ceremony ideas here.

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