12

Sep


Here are some exceptionally awesome ideas to help you add a little personal touch to your wedding.


Wedding Photos

To personalize the loft space, the bride and groom hung photos of their guests’ wedding days. They even paid homage to engaged guests! Photo By: Julia Newman and Ryan Jensen

__________________________________________

Each reception table was uniquely decorated with different items from the venue such as a set of billiard balls, a globe, or funky sculptures. Round table number cards were incorporated into each display. Photo By: Pen Carlson, Chicago

__________________________________________

The bride and groom’s vintage theme was in full effect at their reception. Some of the bride’s favorite decor elements were the unique, life-size posters of the couple’s parents’ and grandparents’ wedding photos which she created to cover the windows while allowing a warm wash of light to enter the room. “We were both very close to our grandparents and we thought this was a good way to sort of have them there as part of our day,” the bride explained. Photo By: Smith & Hopper Photography, Wichita, KS

__________________________________________

For a rustic look, the wood veneer escort cards were tied to old ladders. Photo By: Jen Kroll Photography, Grand Rapids

__________________________________________

Unique finds, including this baby bathtub used as a drink cooler, personalized the venue. Photo By: Jules Bianchi Photography, Los Angeles and San Francisco

__________________________________________

Inscribed in a vibrant font, the menu cards became part of the décor. Photo By: Pen Carlson Photography, Chicago

__________________________________________

To add a personalized twist to the space, the bride and groom’s wedding coordinators had the couple’s initials and the skyline of their home city, Chicago, drawn in chalk, creating a showstopping backdrop. Photo By: Mindy Myers, Des Moines, IA

__________________________________________

In lieu of traditional table numbers, the couple designated each table with an origami animal or object, an easy way to emphasize their Asian theme. This red paper crane marked the head table. Photo By: Erin Beach Photography, San Francisco, CA

__________________________________________

The bold font and delicate floral graphic that appeared on the other wedding stationery also decorated the menu cards. They detailed the options, including tasty fish and fried chicken tacos and signature margaritas from their restaurant caterer, Taqueria Del Sol. That eatery was the site of their first official date. Photo By: Tracy Adams Photography, Atlanta, GA

__________________________________________

Guests got lucky – or hoped to – thanks to escort cards wrapped around scratch off lottery ticket. Photo By: Red Ribbon Studio, Minneapolis

__________________________________________

The bride and groom put their design skills to work creating the green and white sign that was set up at the entrance to the farm, directing guests to the reception area. Photo By: Almasy Photo, Atlanta

__________________________________________

The very creative bride strung photos, which doubled as escort cards, on fishing line and hung them with mirror garlands for all their guests to see as they walked into the reception area. Photo By: Jose Villa Photography, Solvang

__________________________________________

The brides calligrapher worked on many of the wedding details, including the wine charm place cards, envelopes, and the cootie catchers. Photo By: Kristin Cioffi Duarte/KristinStudio, Providence

__________________________________________

For an added touch, the couple set up an area with several straw bales and handmade pumpkin lanterns they made themselves. Photo By: Turner Creative Photography, Marshfield, MO

~All images from theKnot.com.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

13 − nine =