Most Creative and Unique Wedding Ideas in The World
Minimize the bouquet
The minimalist bouquet has a chic and classic look that the average luscious bouquet cannot. This is a great way for brides to convey a modern style. Focus your wedding day on a bouquet or Biedermeier bouquet as you walk down the aisle.
Individual Wedding Invitation Suite
Ask the invited person to write their favorite song on the RSVP card or email it instead. All song requests are put together in a playlist and passed to the DJ for a variety of jams that guests can enjoy.
Create a custom monogram
Add a custom stamp with the first initials of you and your partner throughout the wedding to add a personal touch. Brand everything from wedding signs to table numbers to consistency favors.
Create various menus
Take into account the perfect meal day (breakfast to dinner, light meals and desserts). Your caterer can combine the choices of you and your partner to create an ideal wedding dinner with a variety of menus.
Play Up Your Table scape
Instead of using actual plates for plate chargers, opt for something more befitting to your table scape; think palm leaves for a tropical setting or antique tiles like the one shown above for a romantic Italian villa-inspired look.
Wedding Day Cookies
Make and finish wedding cookies as you wish. Guests will be delighted as long as they are attractive.
Don’t Forget a Map
Send your guests a map of your wedding venue with your invitation, which will make it easier for them.
Whip Up Family Recipes for the Dessert Bar
Give a background story for any family recipes you serve. Keep explanations brief and important, and include them in the printed menu.
Go Big or Go Home With Your Bouquet
Add unexpected elements into your bouquet to give it your own touch. We love how feathers complement a large king protea in this arrangement.
Guests love the little fun at the photo booth
Mini photo studio at the front desk for guests to stand in front of the camera. Send a photo along with a thank you card for a fun surprise. GIF photo booths are all the rage these days. Don’t forget to share the wedding hashtag to encourage your visitors to share.