When planning your special day, it’s easy to remember the big details: florals, catering, photography, the dress and even the music, but what about those smaller personalized details that make the day truly feel like yours?
These six unique ways to add personalization to your day can help make your celebration feel more intimate and special.
Serve Signature Drinks
Signature drinks can tell your guests a lot about how similar or different you and your significant other are at times. You can also give your signature drinks witty names or create fun signage that explains the meaning behind the beverages.
Create a Photo Wall or Table
This can help your guests walk down memory lane and through the milestones of your relationship while adding a sweet, personalized touch to your day.
Switch Up Standard Table Numbers
Instead of assigning each table numerical numbers, dedicate a name to each table that reflects a part of your relationship. Whether it’s locations you’ve traveled, places you’ve lived or even big milestones.
Add Personalized Notes
You can attach these to wedding favors or leave the notes at each guest’s seat. This allows you to talk to each of your guests in a special way, thanking them for attending your day and letting them know how much you appreciate their support.
Make Your Food Meaningful
Whether you want to serve the first dinner you and your significant other had for the reception meal or want the desserts or appetizers to incorporate a part of your journey, allow the food to help tell your story.
Add your initials to various elements of the wedding. This can be dinner menus, drink koozies, beverage napkins, signage or party favors.
Whichever detail (or details) you choose will help tell your love story in a unique way! For more wedding tips and tricks, visit CedarValleyForest.com.
Cedar Valley Forest, in Johnson County, De Soto, Kansas, offers the perfect blend of rustic elegance and convenience for your special occasion. Wedding ceremonies and receptions, corporate events, business meetings, large birthday parties and family celebrations. We invite you to visit our property tucked away on 40 beautiful acres of towering oak and cedar trees. This 80-year-old Christmas tree farm has breathtaking views and is nestled alongside Cedar Creek stream.