Giving your wedding that personalized touch always makes your wedding that extra bit more special. After all, your wedding celebrations should be a reflection of you and your future spouse’s personalities, as well as, as a couple.
Therefore, one way to do this is my getting creative and incorporating your profession into your party. These ideas by couples at their own wedding are sure to inspire you when the time to planning yours comes along.
1. Olive Oil Favors If either you or your fiance happens to be a chef, a nice idea would be to send guests home with something they can cook with. Bottles of your favorite olive oil, your delicious jam, or something you managed to whip up before the event, are all ways to give that special touch.
2. Earning Their Wings This bride and groom are both licensed pilots, so for their gift to all their guests, they incorporated their love for all things aviation. They had pins engraved with guests’ table numbers alongside a card with their name in calligraphy writing.
3.Bookmark Escort Cards Perhaps you and your fiance are both bookworms and are often discussing your latest read. If so, bookmark escort cards are a gorgeous idea for attendees’ names and table assignments to be written on.
4. Crystal Escort Cards As a jewelry designer, this bride always uses raw quartz in her designs, and she decided to bring these to her wedding. The crystals weighed down colorful escort cards which had everyone’s seating assignments written on.
5. Prescriptions Guest Book With doctors having to write out many prescriptions while on the job, these doctors turned the table around when they asked guests at their wedding to share their prescription for a happy marriage. Guests were invited to write their words of wisdom out for the newlyweds in the Guest Book.
6. Toothbrush Wedding Favors When two dentists tied the knot, they were still letting their guests know the importance of keeping your teeth clean. With a toothy theme, guests were given toothbrushes at the end of the night, and also got to enjoy a signature-cocktail menu; “The Crown” which was Crown Royal whiskey and coke, and “The Gingervitus” which is made of ginger beer, vodka, bitters, and lime.