Wedding Details: The Little Things

14 Aug

This post is the second in my Wedding Details “series.” This post was written prior to my wedding & honeymoon for readers to enjoy while Chris & I are in Disney. I’ll begin recapping our special day once we’re back & settled from our trip.

Edited to Add – Obviously, the “Wedding Details” posts didn’t go up while I was gone. Please enjoy them (more coming tomorrow!) as Chris & I settle in, & I’ll be back to “regular” blogging soon!


This post recaps all of the “little things” we did to personalize our wedding & make the day special for our guests!

We had ceremony program covers printed by our graphic designer, Kristin. This listed our bridal party, parents, & an outline of our entire ceremony. (This picture was taken before they were completely assembled; blue & purple ribbon was used to hold the cover & interior together.)

ProgramsBubbles were provided to our guests after the ceremony for when we exited the church! The picture makes these look a weird shade of bluish-purple, but they were actually dark purple to go with our color scheme! 🙂

Basket 'o bubbles At our reception, we stocked each bathroom with goodie baskets that had a few “emergency items” people might need – aspirin, Tums, hair ties, etc. – we tried to think of everything!

Bathroom baskets Bathroom baskets

We ordered personalized cocktail napkins & matchbooks to have out during our reception.

Napkins Matchbooks

I liked that these gave our reception a personalized touch & was happy that we were able to emulate a similar monogram to the one we used on the rest of our stationary.

Our cake was presented in a self-serve setup; guests could help themselves & leftover cake was boxed up for guests to take on their way out at the end of the evening!

Cake to-go boxes I loved the idea of being able to take some cake for a late night snack, & I hope my guests enjoyed it as well! 🙂

Last, but not least, we put together welcome bags for our overnight guests. Although our reception wasn’t held at a hotel, we had a shuttle provided to and from a nearby hotel for guests who didn’t want to drive home at the end of the evening.

Upon check-in, guests received a bag that include two waters, a bag of chips, a bag of cookies, a candy bar, & two Airhead candies! (Not the healthiest options, but hey, it’s a celebration!)

Welcome bags If you’re married, did you include any of these details on your big day?


7 Responses to “Wedding Details: The Little Things”

  1. Lisa Fine @ Healthy Disney August 14, 2011 at 10:15 am #

    Congratulations on your wedding! I love reading about the goodie bags and bathroom stocks you put together.

    Can’t wait to hear about you Disney honeymoon. You must be having a great time.

  2. pbbrittany August 14, 2011 at 6:12 pm #

    Congratulations on getting married!! That’s gotta be so exciting! &Disney honeymoon? I LOVE DISNEY! :)I’m like a little kid whenever I go there.

  3. Food, Shoes and Booze August 14, 2011 at 7:55 pm #

    congratulations on the wedding! All of the pictures and descriptions are so beautiful 🙂 I love the bridesmaid dresses you chose.

  4. stephsnacks August 15, 2011 at 9:55 am #

    You guys really made such a nice effort to make sure your guests had what they needed! So thoughtful! And cute 🙂

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