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From Quirky to Romantic: 5 Ways To Celebrate Your Unique Relationship At Your Wedding

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and you want it to reflect your unique relationship with your future spouse! From quirky to romantic, there are countless ways to celebrate your love in a way that feels authentic and true to who you are as a couple. Whether you're looking to incorporate your shared interests, highlight your individual personalities, or simply have fun with your guests, there are plenty of creative ways to make your wedding day truly unforgettable. In this post, we'll explore 5 unique and personalized ways to celebrate your relationship at your wedding, so you can create a day that is as special and one-of-a-kind as the love you share with your partner. Whether you're planning a small and intimate ceremony or an extravagant celebration, these ideas can be applied to a celebration of any size!

Incorporating Personal Touches Into Your Wedding

One of the best ways to celebrate your unique relationship is by incorporating personal touches into your wedding. This could be anything from displaying photos of you and your future spouse throughout the venue to choosing a menu full of your favorite foods. For example, if you both love Mexican food, you could have a taco bar for your reception. Or if you're both avid travelers, you could create table numbers that features cities you've visited together.

Another way to incorporate personal touches on your wedding day is by including special moments throughout the day. You could have just couples first look before the ceremony, you could write your own vows, or even hire an officiant that fits your personality. This could be anything from a family member or friend to an Elvis impersonator. The bottom line is to not be afraid to think outside the box!

Unique Wedding Venue Ideas

Choosing a unique wedding venue is another way to celebrate your relationship. Instead of a traditional church or hotel ballroom, consider a venue that has special meaning to you and your partner. This could be a local museum, a rustic barn, a garden, or even the city you went on your first date in! 

If you're both nature lovers, you could have an outdoor wedding in a national park, on a mountain, or beachside. If you're both city dwellers, you could have a rooftop wedding overlooking the city, rent out a private room at your favorite restaurant for the rehearsal dinner, and even incorporate a bar crawl in the pre-wedding events!

Personalized Wedding Favors and Decorations

Personalized wedding favors and decorations are another way to celebrate your unique relationship. Instead of generic favors and decorations, choose items that reflect your shared interests or hobbies. If you both love to cook, you could give guests personalized aprons or recipe books as favors. If you're both music lovers, you could have a vinyl record as your wedding favor.

When it comes to decorations, think about incorporating your unique personality to important directional items such as seating charts, table signs, and table numbers.

Seating charts are a fantastic way to lead your guests in the right direction! The first step in creating the perfect seating chart is to decide how you want to set up your seating plan.

Two popular options for seating charts are large traditional seating chart (this is a poster sized seating chart with each table clearly marked) or seating cards. Seating cards are smaller cards with each table taking up an entire card 

Once the way you want your seating plan set up, you can really start having fun. For both the large seating chart and the smaller seating cards you are able to put as much personality into it as you want! 

The heading of your seating chart is important. Popular headings include wording like "take a seat", "find your table", "your seat awaits", "welcome to the wedding of "name" and "name".

For a more personal touch, some options include wording such as "eat, drink, and be married", "our favorite people", "let's celebrate", and "your seat is here but your place is on the dance floor". 

My ALL TIME FAVORITE way to display personality is with signature drinks. These can be so fun and creative! Plus there is no limit on how many drinks you offer (and they don't always have to be cocktails! wine/beer/ non alcoholic drinks also fit into this!)

Some of my favorite things to name signature drink after include: after your pets, a funny memory you have together (for example "the tripped and tried to pretend they didn't on the first date"), your favorite TV shows/movies/songs, where each of you you went to school, after your hometowns, or even your favorite places you have visited together

Creative Wedding Invitations and Stationery

Your wedding invitations and stationery are the first glimpse your guests will have of your special day. Just like everything else leading up to (an on!) your big day, the goal is to reflect your unique relationship. Instead of traditional invitations, consider something more creative and personalized.

There are multiple ways to include your personality in your wedding invitations using only wording! For the casual couple, you can include wording such as "we're getting hitched!", "dinner and dancing to follow", "free drinks + cake", and "I do, me too, let's party!"

If you are a more traditional couple, wording examples can include "together with their families", "reception to follow", and "joyfully invite you to their wedding celebration".

Another easy way to incorporate your personality on your wedding invitations is to choose unexpected fonts and elements into your invitations. Instead of choosing the traditional calligraphy font and watercolor florals, you could opt for something completely different like skeleton clip art paired with "till death" or use vibrant colors such as hot pink, oranges, and yellow!

Non-Traditional Wedding Attire Options

When it comes to wedding attire, there are no rules (even if it feels like there are!). Instead of the traditional white dress and black/navy/gray suit, consider something that would highlight your personality. This could be anything from an unexpected wedding dress color (think hot pink or black!) to non-traditional shorter dresses. Surprisingly enough, shorter wedding dresses are becoming increasingly popular! (I am personally obsessed with them)

Another way to do this with your shoes. While it's expected for the bride to wear heels and the groom to wear dress shoes, an easy and fun twist on your big day would be to wear sneakers or boots. For an extra pop, matching shoes with your future spouse is a super cute idea!

Alternative Wedding Entertainment Ideas

Finally, consider alternative wedding entertainment ideas that reflect your personality. This could be anything from a live band that plays your favorite songs to a photo booth with props that reflect your shared interests.

Feeling a little more introverted? You could opt for board games (yes you read that correctly - just trust me!), lawn games, or even a video game station. There really are no rules for your reception!

Don't forget the guest book! This can be an amazing way to entertain your guests. If you are looking to stray from the traditional guest book and pen, you could opt for a Jenga guest book, a Polaroid guest book, or even a voicemail guest book. 


Your wedding day is a celebration of your love and commitment to your partner. As you plan your special day, it's important to remember that this is your day. Don't be afraid to think outside the box and create a celebration that truly reflects your unique relationship.

From incorporating personal touches into your wedding to choosing a unique venue, there are countless ways to make your wedding day truly unforgettable. And by choosing personalized wedding favors and decorations, creative invitations and stationery, non-traditional wedding attire, and alternative entertainment ideas, you can create a day that is as special and one-of-a-kind as the love you share with your partner.

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