Make Your Wedding Day PERSONAL!!

No mat­ter what your bud­get and guest count, we find the most mem­o­rable wed­dings are the ones where the bride and groom have thought­ful­ly con­sid­ered one or two unique touch­es that offer insight about who they are (now) as a cou­ple. For their guests, it’s a great way for them to get to know your new sig­nif­i­cant oth­er! It doesn’t have to cost sig­nif­i­cant dol­lars to do some­thing that will be remembered.

The groom has collected vinyl for 10 years, making his desired music a no brainer! Courtesy of Plum Jam Photography

The groom has col­lect­ed vinyl for 10 years, mak­ing his desired music a no brain­er! Cour­tesy of Plum Jam Photography

courtesy of Tayler Enerle Photography, coffee is always a crowd pleaser!

cour­tesy of Tayler Ener­le Pho­tog­ra­phy, cof­fee is always a crowd pleaser!

One of our first cou­ples tied in their enjoy­ment of wine and trav­el to per­son­al­ize each table name, with a pic­ture of the bride and groom in their dat­ing days from var­i­ous trips they took togeth­er mount­ed on their favorite wine bot­tles. I dis­tinct­ly remem­ber guests walk­ing from table to table to check out dif­fer­ent places around the world, and it real­ly brought unfa­mil­iar guests togeth­er in con­ver­sa­tion. Anoth­er bride and groom loved cham­pagne so, (own­ing their own bub­bles bar) and each of their tables had a dif­fer­ent brand of cham­pagne in ice buck­ets, serv­ing sweet­ly as both their table name and a refresh­ing cen­ter­piece too!

Oth­ers tie in their love of music or a food they favor. We have host­ed wed­dings with swing danc­ing, an espres­so or Ital­ian soda bar, and the coolest DJ spin­ning their favorite vinyl.

Com­ing up this fall, we have cou­ples tying in Span­ish Talav­era tiles on their invites and table decor, match­ing their own home and deci­sion to host their wed­ding here at a Span­ish hacienda–displaying their own love of this archi­tec­ture. Anoth­er with a com­plete Tus­can theme and yet anoth­er serv­ing their favorite pig out food, Viet­namese, so their guests might expe­ri­ence some­thing new with a twist. I know Tony and I are look­ing for­ward to host a fun crab feast themed din­ner this Octo­ber. There are so many great ideas to give your guests an insider’s expe­ri­ence of what you love, besides each oth­er of course!

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