10 Ways to Personalize Your Wedding
These days, the words wedding and personalization go hand in hand. While most traditions have stayed the same, details have become a way for brides and grooms to express themselves and their love.
Plan an unforgettable celebration with one of these new personalization ideas, from custom stamps to gown-inspired cakes.
Set the tone with custom postage stamps. Zazzle offers more than 200,000 designs for save-the-dates and invitations.
In search of a something blue? Etsy designer Shannah J. Smith creates these sew-on dress labels. Label arrives with a sewn edge and includes a needle and matching thread.
Ask guests to RSVP with a photo from their wedding day. Set up a display of these photos at your reception for a great way to involve your guests.
This personalized monogram stamp by Paper Sushi will help you brand your big day. Use it on invitations, welcome bags, menus, favor tags, cups and more.
Tired of those thumbprint tree guest books? Forever Heyday makes these blank character guest books.
Photo: Luminaire Foto
Paste childhood photos of the bride and groom onto bathroom doors.
Photo: Mango Studios
For this wedding, the bride and groom named drinks after bridal party members. It was a great way to recognize their best friends, and guests had a blast ordering drinks.
Photo: Brooke Courtney Photography
Place a special handwritten thank you note at each place setting for your guests. This idea works best for small weddings or rehearsal dinners.
Design a wedding cake inspired by your wedding gown. Yummy Cupcakes & Cakes modeled this cake after a Vera Wang dress.
Entertain your little guests with custom activity books. This one is designed by Etsy seller Sugar Pie Studio.
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