Literary Lovers: Incorporating Words into Your Big Day


For today’s couples, personalization is top priority when it comes to planning their weddings. From monograms to custom fashion, personally-designed stationary and unlikely cake combos, couples are all for personalizing every detail of the big day. Maybe you want to wear a colored wedding dress or make a quirky entrance by bike, and that’s cool. Be who you are!

The most personal detail of all? Words. Whether a poem, song lyrics, love letter, quote or scripture, incorporating words into your wedding-day décor is majorly on-trend. Not sure what we mean? Take a look.

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