Save the petals from your wedding bouquet in a Christmas ornament! .. so wish I had saved my petals! ugh!

Save the petals from your wedding bouquet in a Christmas ornament! .. so wish I had saved my petals! ugh!

Send pictures of your wedding cake to this company and they will make a christmas tree ornament that looks exactly like your cake. OMG shut up!

Keep your wedding cake forever (no freezer necessary) with Aberrant Ornaments

Send pictures of your wedding cake to this company and they will make a christmas tree ornament that looks exactly like your cake. OMG shut up!

Place your dried wedding bouquet into a clear Christmas ornament, save forever.

Place your dried wedding bouquet into a clear Christmas ornament, save forever.

For me, the girls, mom, and Granny. Use real puzzle pieces covered in mod podge and pretty paper or something on it ~

For me, the girls, mom, and Granny. Use real puzzle pieces covered in mod podge and pretty paper or something on it ~

Take some sand from your wedding or honeymoon location to make your first Christmas ornament as a married couple. Cheesy but cute!

21 Fun and Easy Beach Wedding Ideas

Take some sand from your wedding or honeymoon location to make your first Christmas ornament as a married couple. Cheesy but cute!

I'm A Guy And Even I Found These 21 Wedding Ideas To Be Really Fun - Dose - Your Daily Dose of Amazing

This Genius IKEA Hack Is The Best One Yet — And It Only Costs $10

I'm A Guy And Even I Found These 21 Wedding Ideas To Be Really Fun - Dose - Your Daily Dose of Amazing

"Who Has the Groom?"  For this game I googled a picture of a tuxedo and printed it out, then I flipped through magazines and cut out fun celebrity faces and glued them on the tuxedos.  For Jen's future hubby, Brandon, I cut out a little heart that said "I love Jen."  Then put all the "men" in envelopes and put them at each place setting.  Make sure to have a post-it note on the envelopes with the name of who's inside (especially for the groom).  Whichever guest gets the groom, wins a prize!

"Who Has the Groom?" For this game I googled a picture of a tuxedo and printed it out, then I flipped through magazines and cut out fun celebrity faces and glued them on the tuxedos. For Jen's future hubby, Brandon, I cut out a little heart that said "I love Jen." Then put all the "men" in envelopes and put them at each place setting. Make sure to have a post-it note on the envelopes with the name of who's inside (especially for the groom). Whichever guest gets the groom, wins a prize!

Love this idea - when it's time for the speeches why not give your younger guests milk and cookies for the toasts!

Love this idea - when it's time for the speeches why not give your younger guests milk and cookies for the toasts!

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