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6 Special Ways to Personalise Your Wedding

Updated: Jun 1, 2023

Make your wedding uniquely yours.

audio guestbook with gold framed sign
Photo Credit: Lauren Amelia Photography

Switch up your guest book

For a unique and modern spin on the classic wedding guest book, consider setting up an old telephone for guests to dial. Our Audio Guestbook offers much more value than a written response because you’ll be able to capture the voices, emotions, and personalities of those attending your wedding and be able to relive it for years to come.

Wedding cocktails with personalised toppers
Photo Credit: Patrick Partridge Photography

Put Your Name on Full Display One show-stopping way to exhibit your name change is by calligraphing your cocktails. If you’re looking to take it one step further, serve signature cocktails that highlight your interests or aspects of your relationship.

Wedding display with photos of loved ones
Photo Credit: Martha Stewart

Honour Loved Ones Even though your wedding is such a monumental day in your life, celebrating can feel difficult when important people are no longer with you. To honour deceased loved ones, set up a memory wall at your reception. Find the best photos of those special family members, place them in valuable frames, and arrange them on a shelf for everyone to admire.

wedding place setting with fortune cookie
Photo Credit: Style Me Pretty

Add an Element of Your Culture Your cultural background is a prominent part of your life, so it deserves recognition at your wedding and for all your guests to enjoy!

Include Meaningful Details Amongst all of the decor and pretty flowers, it’s the meaningful details that will make your wedding day feel that little bit extra special. Consider writing personalised notes to each of your guests - it's the perfect keepsake that they will cherish forever.

Scented Candles You can create a unique atmosphere with your very own fragranced Sand Candles - a scent that will remind you and your guests of that special day, forever.

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