6 Unique Wedding Tips

Posted at 08:14 pm Wednesday April 11th 2012

Wedding Tips to make your wedding day special & uniquely you

1. Unique Interests = Unique Wedding… Incorporate special interests, hobbies and memories into your day. I attended a wedding where the bride and groom wanted to incorporate some cottage memories so the wedding favors consisted of dream catchers & fishing lures both with attractive bright feathers.

2. Honour a Friend…Ask someone close to you to borrow a unique item to wear on your big day. A nice bracelet or necklace will personalize your look, as well as give you “something borrowed” for the day. Your friends are as much a part of you as your partner.

3. Tied Up? The unique style of your partner may be what caught your eye in the beginning. Have the groom select his own unique wedding clothing. It is important your partner also feels unique. If you are more stringent about an overtly formal day, let him pick a unique tie.

4. Unique Shapes & Sizes… Find a dress that suits your current style, budget and formality. If feeling uniquely you on your big day is important you will want to be comfortable. If you have never worn a strapless bra, try a dress with our fit enhancer to avoid the extra hardware, and increase your comfort and security in your dress.

5. You don’t like classic vanilla cake? Don't have it! Choosing a dessert that you both love inserts excitement into a reception. Think moose tracks ice-cream, brownies, a recipe of your mothers that you love, or a stack of pancakes with syrup whatever is uniquely you.

6. Location, Location, Location... Whether it is on your father-in-laws farm, under water, on the beach, or in a posh hotel or in your own backyard ensure this place feels like a spot you can be yourself and unwind as the ceremony tames down, after all it is your night and your memories stay true to you.

If you are looking for a wedding dress with a great fit that has personalized appeal for your Unique Wedding day see our endless options available in Lace, Tulle, Satin, and Organza.

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