Write love letters to each other and place into a box along with a bottle of wine. Nail it shut at the wedding. When you have your first fight, open it up, pour the wine, go to separate corners, read the love letter & remember what it's all about. Love this idea
Even the cutest of flower girls and ring bearers will need some kid-friendly entertainment at the reception. While parents are sipping cocktails, giving toasts and catching up, keep the kids busy with fun activities that make them feel included in the festivities, too. Here are 11 creative ways to pull it off!
Once again no mason jars, but I like the sign and if I do arrange table settings since it will be late and there is dinner then this would be cool. I love the thought of place cards but I've never actually been to a wedding with them.
20 Details Every Bride Forgets... Hanger for dress, reserved seating, pack phone charger, pack wedding night bag, change last name, bring cash for tips, get a passport, write thank-you speech, assign someone to gifts, arrange transportation, someone to hold onto your dress, an emergency day-of kit, eat dinner + cake, feed bridal party morning of, "just married" sign, give gifts to bridal party, bring cake cutter, something old/new/borrowed/blue, an itinerary, enjoy the day!
He built a box, and she painted their last initial and their wedding date on it. They put in two unread love letters to each other about why they fell in love, a nice bottle of wine from the year they started dating, and nailed the lid on the box. They promised that if things ever get too hard and their love starts to fade, they will open the box, drink the wine, and read the letters they wrote to each other, reminding them of how much their love means and to never give up. Absolutely love…
Something fun for guests to do at the table for a wedding. What should we name our kids? What is the most romantic place we should visit? What is the best marriage advice you have ever received? What is your favorite memory of us? Where do you see us in 25 years? When did you know we were meant for each other?
Fun for the bachelorette party. Everyone attending should bring a pair of underwear that ‘represents’ them or would somehow remind the bride of them. Lay out all the underwear & the bride must guess which underwear belong to each guest. If she’s wrong, she has to take a drink. If she’s right, the guest drinks.