It’s in the details: 10 wedding ideas we love

Bright dresses: Go bold or go home! Photo: Dominique Attaway Bright dresses: Go bold or go home! Photo: Dominique Attaway

Take a cue from these brides to inject even more personality into your big day.

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Photo: Jodi Miller

Ring passing ceremony: One couple passed their rings around to each guest and asked for a blessing. What a lovely sentiment.

Photo: Dominique Attaway

Personalized present: One bride had custom handkerchiefs made for her parents.

Photo: Meredith Sledge

Sheet music flowers: We love that they’ll last forever.

Photo: Meg Runion

Gold accents: Such a glamorous addition to the dinner table.

Photo: Meg Runion

A flip-flop alternative: This bride bought slippers in bulk to soothe aching dancing feet.

Photo: Robert Radifera

Pickle favors: Sweet or sour, this personalized gift was a hit.

Photo: Jodi Miller
Sweet, unexpected shoes: Instead of bright sparklers, this bride chose a demure pair of Oxfords for her special day.

Photo: Cramer Photo
Photo: Cramer Photo

Custom postcards: In lieu of a guest book, this couple had custom postcards ready for each guest to fill out. When the wedding was over, they were mailed to the newlyweds.

Photo: Morgan Trinker
Photo: Morgan Trinker

Oyster bar: What a treat for guests.

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