love the ring on the Bible
while on honeymoon, send yourself a postcard every day from where ever you are and write on it what you did that day. once home, bind them for an instant scrapbook of your trip: complete with photos, stamps, and a run-down of each days events
Each table had a song name- when the song was played, the table got up for dinner.- coolest idea ever.
50 new must-have photos with your groom: through the back window of a getaway car, surrounded by sparklers, reflecting on water, from your perspective during the ceremony, under the moonlight, a private moment post-ceremony, wrapped up in his jacket, surrounded by people in a heart shape, silhouettes after sundown, first kiss showing the audience, in your own world on a busy street, etc.
50 new must-have photos with your groom.
A picture of the beginning and end of the night* so funny!
NUMBER your rsvp cards because some people write a no where they should put their name and you have no idea who it is! Once you get them back in the mail, go into your excel spreadsheet and mark them coming or not coming. Then you also dont have to worry about losing the cards and you can easily tell who still owes you one! thank goodness i saw this. (love this for all events!)
Each table number is a different fact about the bride and groom. Love this idea.
For MOH duty: Have each bridesmaid, mother, mother-in-law, aunts, etc... create a scrapbook page which includes a letter to the bride along with pictures. This is something she can read while she gets ready. The last page could be from the groom!!! Cute idea!
Bridal shower guests write a date night idea on a stick!
"who said it" bridal shower game