4 Weddings Ideas for Hopeless Romantics
Your wedding day is all about love. So, if you're a sap for anything sweet, your nuptials are the perfect time to embrace the romance. And while you may be a devotee of any and all love stories, there's no mistaking that there's a lot more excitement surrounding a celebration of your own love story. Incorporate your appreciation for tales of sweet togetherness and all things love-leaning with these unique ideas.
As one of the most symbolic, significant portions of your wedding day, your ceremony is the perfect place to infuse some added romance. Let the words of your favorite poem or novel set the tone before you stroll down the aisle with a sign like this one by Pink Ink Paper or exchange vows.
Your guests are attending your wedding to celebrate you and your love story, so provide them with all the sweet details you'd love to see if you were in their place. Putting throwback pictures of you and your love on the programs is an adorable, heartfelt nod to all the years that led you to this day. Another option is aligning your table numbers with key events or fun facts about your relationship. It's also a great conversation starter for guests.
Let the childhood books you both cherished lead your guests to their table as inventive seating assignments or let the pages of your favorite romance novel serve as a DIY runner. You can also stack a few of beloved books under a vase of bright blooms for a charming centerpiece.
A Fairytale Get-Away
Let's be real: you've always dreamed of that fairytale ending. What better way to end your wedding and kick off your marriage than with a grand send-off and a hop into a carriage-like ride? If something horse-drawn isn't exactly your style, add a sweet "Just Hitched" banner to the back of a car.
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