4 Tips For Adding A Personal Touch To Your Wedding


Your wedding should be one of the most special days in your life. It should be a day where everything is exactly as you would like. It should also be an opportunity for you to share and incredibly important milestone with all of your precious loved ones. That is why you need to make wise decisions when you are planning for your ceremony and celebration. Don’t just follow the crowd, follow your heart. If you are determined to make the day your own, you will need to read on. Below are four tips for adding a personal touch to your wedding.

Make your own invites

If you want your wedding to get off to a good start, you will need to think carefully about your invites. Have you considered designing your own? This could be a fantastic way for you to let your guests know just how personal your wedding is going to be. It could also free up a lot of room in your budget, as you can use a free online invitation maker. What’s stopping you from getting the best of both worlds?

Encourage your guests to take their own pictures

Another option is to have plenty of disposable cameras at your wedding. Remember to hand them out during the celebration, rather than the ceremony, as you don’t want lots of unnecessary clicks and flashes when you are trying to tie the know. Giving your guests disposable cameras is a great way for you to get fun and interesting wedding photos. You might be surprised by some of the snaps that you end up with and you might even prefer the candid pics to your formal wedding photographs.

Give personalized gifts to your wedding party

If your wedding partner has been a saving grace during the planning of your special day, it is vital that you let them know what they really mean to you. Whatever you do, don’t just give them a generic gift. Instead, find them a personal gift that will help them to remember the important event. For instance, you could buy them a necklace, a bracelet, or a pair of cufflinks that are engraved with the date of your wedding. You should also write them a heartfelt message to express how grateful you are.

Write your own vows

‘Thank you’ cards aren’t the only thing that you should be writing. You should also have a go at writing your vows. This is a great way to show your partner how much you care for them and to give them an idea of the life that you would like to share together. If you don’t want to be too serious, it could also be a great opportunity to have some fun and tell a few jokes. Just make sure that you and your partner are on the same page about your vows. Obviously, you will need to keep them a secret, but you might want to make sure that you have both chosen the same tone.

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