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September 16, 2014

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Personalization for your wedding day is key. The best events are ones where the bride and groom truly customize the day to fit them as a couple, their love story, their personalities and weave all that into a theme that one would say is “so them”. Gone are the days of having to follow the norm or stick to tradition – so take advantage! The element of personalization is what truly sets apart your event from all the others. So today, with a little help from Things Remembered, I’m sharing my thoughts on the top 4 things you absolutely must personalize for your wedding day. It was hard to narrow down the list but I think you’ll enjoy the items I’ve rounded up for you below!

4 things you must personalize for your wedding

1. Your Toasting Flutes

You absolutely have to personalize your toasting flutes, period. What I want to shed light on is that you no longer have to stick to the regular script fonts for your names and date! Things Remembered now has over 25 terrific custom wedding logos that can be engraved, printed, turned into frosting, projected on the dance floor and more! I’m in love with this modern design below… I just love the way the M + J look together. If you are loving these Princess Wedding Flutes the way I am – then you are in luck! We are giving away a set to one lucky ST bride-to-be, complete with the personalization of your choice! Get your custom wedding logo for free when you spend $150.

Things Remembered Princess Toasting Flutes

2. Bridesmaids Gifts

Show your bridesmaids just how much they mean to you by gifting them with something ultra special! These gold bezel bangles are not only gorgeous but they are affordable at $25 a piece (before personalization). Some bridesmaids gifts won’t be used or worn over and over – but let me tell you – these will be cherished. Things Remembered actually personalized this set for me, it says “Jen” on one side and “Something Turquoise” on the other and I’m completely obsessed. I’ve been wearing them almost everyday and I usually get at least one compliment while I’m out because they are so strikingly lovely.

Personalized bridesmaid bangles from Things Remembered

3. Favors

I know you are dying over these amazing engraved mini-champagne bottles – I am too! Personalizing your favors is kind of a no-brainer since it’s the perfect opportunity to thank your guests for attending your special day, and normally your names and date are included within that sentiment. Here I added a chevron paper straw and ribbon to accentuate this amazing gift. If you have deep pockets, these would make the most wonderful wedding favors ever. If not, we think these would be the perfect gifts for your parents, grandparents and even your bridal party. You might even want to keep one or two for yourselves to pop and celebrate your 1 year anniversary!

Engraved mini-champagne bottles from Things Remembered

4. Ring Bearer Sign

I am in love with this darling pillow! Since we all love the new tradition of the ‘here comes the bride sign’… I want to introduce a fun little spin on that idea. Instead of a sign before you walk down the aisle, why not after! In this case your darling little ring bearer can follow you guys back down the aisle while holding this super sweet pillow that reads “And they lived happily ever after”. Of course adding it to your bedroom decor after your wedding day is a wonderful plus! It’s like 2 purchases in one!

And they lived happily ever after pillow from Things Remembered

SWEEPSTAKES ALERT!!!

We are so excited to have teamed up with Things Remembered for this awesome sweepstakes! They are graciously awarding one lucky ST bride-to-be with the gorgeous pair of Engraved Princess wedding flutes above – complete with the winners choice of custom wedding logo!!! Valued at $120. Enter this contest using the Rafflecopter widget below. Contest ends Tuesday September 30th. Winner chosen at random. If winner fails to respond within 48 hours another winner will be chosen. Good luck!!!

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