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Don’t Forget the Details! 5 Wedding Day Details that Most Brides Miss

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It’s the details that make all the difference. From the save-the-dates to the confetti at the end of the big day, we know that you’ve put in hours of hard work to make your wedding oh-so-special. Whether you’re planning for 30 or 300, here are some wedding day details that you don’t want to forget:

Ring Bearer Box

Regardless of who’s carrying them, this gorgeous wooden ring box is perfect to keep your rings safe. And the personalized engraving detail makes for such a special way to commemorate the event.

Place Cards

Trust me, guests appreciate this more than you know. It’s a personal welcome from the bride and groom that makes your guests feel loved and special. Show your appreciation for each guest in attendance by hand-writing their names on a place card or special welcome note.

Table Numbers

If your guest list is a little too overwhelming for individual name cards, try writing your guests names in groups and assign them a table number. These chic galvanize table numbers are just as decorative as they are functional.

Decorative Glassware

Set your tables with class, elegance, and a little bit of romance. These pink pressed glass goblets will make the perfect addition to your table for that southern charm vibe. Let your guests take them home as favors, or keep them for yourself and create a charming aesthetic in your new home with a sweet little reminder of your wedding day.

Cake Cutlery

A wedding day detail that is most often forgotten but very necessary. Most wedding videos and photo albums feature the ceremonial cake cutting with the bride and groom. Adding these elegant, vintage-inspired cake servers to your wedding dessert table is a must! Not only will they make for great photo props, but let’s face it, you have to have something to serve your cake with!

I know you’ve heard the saying “It’s the little things that make the biggest difference.” Don’t let the excitement of planning the big day get in the way of locking down the special details. 


 

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