One-of-a-kind ideas for an unforgettable wedding
A custom wedding logo can spice up invitations or place cards at any wedding.
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(BPT) – Mark knew he wanted to marry his girlfriend, Stacy, but he didn't know how to pop the question. The proposal had to be memorable, unique, and meaningful for just the two of them. A cozy picnic on their favorite beach, surrounded by soft sand and cresting waves sounded perfect. Mark just needed that one final detail to make saying "I do" irresistible.
Mark decided to ask his friend Travis, a store manager at Things Remembered in Clovis, Calif., for ideas. Mark told Travis about his beach proposal. As soon as he mentioned his girlfriend's love of wine, Travis suggested, "Bring in a bottle of her favorite vintage and we'll engrave: 'Stacy, Will You Marry Me?' on it. When she says 'yes,' fill it with sand from the beach as a keepsake."
As details for the upcoming nuptials were set, Mark and Stacy added an engraved wine charm displaying their wedding date. And when the day finally arrived, the couple was able to use the very special bottle to adorn their head table.
Want to make your wedding moments as one-of-a-kind as Mark and Stacy's? Here are some unique wedding ideas to inspire you.
Capture the look of your love with a custom logo
Are you classic and sophisticated, modern and chic, or casual and whimsical? Whatever your style, you can design a logo that captures that unique spirit. Use it to seamlessly tie together all of the many elements of your event, from the invitations to the programs to your aisle runner and toasting flutes. Imagine your logo as your cake topper or delicately weaved into the design with fondant. The possibilities are endless.
You may be thinking that a wedding logo sounds amazing, but it's probably time-consuming and expensive. No worries – the personalization experts at Things Remembered will do all the work for you. You'll get a customized logo (available in several digital formats) that can be used in dozens of ways. And it's free with any qualifying bridal purchase – perfect for any wedding budget.
Spice up your guest book
It's tradition to have your guests "sign in" at your wedding. But how can you turn it into an experience? Get a big, blank-paged guest book with plenty of room inside. Engrave your names and wedding date on the cover. Then grab some props that fit your wedding's theme and rent a photo booth. It's time for everyone to strike a pose! Who doesn't love playing around with different looks while a camera captures the moment?
Your guests can keep a few photos for themselves, plus paste favorites into your guest book along with their personal messages. It's much more fun than a simple signature!
Take your wedding gifts up a notch – personalize them
When she was younger, Kristen, a bride-to-be in Minnesota, loved taking walks with her father after dinner. It was their time to catch up and share stories. For her special day, she wanted to give her dad a gift to remind him of those moments. She bought a frame ready for a photo of the two of them walking down the aisle. On it she engraved, "Of all the walks we've taken together, this one is my favorite." It's a gift her dad will never forget.
The best way to share your love and gratitude is to give personal, one-of-a-kind gifts that are made just for the ones you love. Add a meaningful quote to a pocket watch for your best man or personalize a bracelet with your maid of honor's favorite song lyrics. Flower girls will love seeing their monogram on a customized keepsake locket, and ring bearers can't help but show off their first engraved ID bracelet.
And what is more personal than a message written by you? A new service at Things Remembered called iEngrave lets you personalize your gifts with your own handwriting. Write out your message as only you can and iEngrave will take care of the rest. Your friends and family will never receive another gift so unique.
For more information on custom wedding logos, iEngrave and other personalized wedding day gift options, visit www.thingsremembered.com.
– Courtesy of BPT
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