6 Offbeat Wedding Ideas for the Non-Traditional Bride
If a priest or judge won’t do, there are plenty of routes to find an above-average officiant for your ceremony.
Persuade a loved one to be ordained and have them arrive in a unique way, be it in a pop culture costume or by having a puppet parade in tow.
If both parents are present at your wedding, why just dance with one of them?
Ask both parents to participate in a group dance, or skip the sentimental swaying altogether and have your bridal party join you on the floor to get the party started sooner.
Most weddings are overflowing with flowers — and while traditional bridal bouquets are beautiful, they can also feel overdone.
Mix it up by giving your bridal party lovely lanterns to carry, lighting the way for your arrival down the aisle.
Don’t really have the moves when it comes to dancing?
Swap the first dance for something more simple, like hula hooping!
Provide a few extra hula hoops and ask guests to join in towards the end of your song.
A guest book is a lovely keepsake — but if it’s just, well, a book, it may just collect dust on the shelf.
A DIY frame that matches your motif, however, can be turned into sentimental wall art for your newlywed home.
Sure, everyone likes a fancy meal, but how many weddings have you been to where you would have just killed for some comfort food?
Give your guests what they really want by curating a unique, casual menu featuring anything from pigs in a blanket to gourmet pizza.
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