You're definitely going to want to add some of these into your celebration!
#1 Write your own wedding vows
What better way to add some serious 'you' to your wedding day than by telling each other what getting married really means to you both?
#2 Provide guests with 'interactive' wedding programmes
Whether you're anticipating tears or simply want to offer a bit of background to your love story, do something a little different with your Order of Service for some instant fun. If you're inviting children to your ceremony, you might want to give them 'kids-only' programmes (think I-Spy, counting challenges, dot-to-dots...), that will keep them entertained during the serious bits.
#3 Introduce your guests to your wedding party
Because it's all about a fun sign or three!
#4 Create a hashtag for your guests to use when they share their wedding photos
Make sure it's clear - and preferably not too difficult to spell!
#5 Display a seating chart with meaning
Theme it around something important to you both: whether it's your shared love of cinema, the locations you've visited on holiday, your nicknames for each other... Get creative!
#6 Pick a customised cake-topper
Because for those few moments when the cake is perfectly intact, you might as well make it look extra-pretty!
Cake-topper, £23, Sophia Victoria Joy
#7 Choose something a little different for your guestbook
Whether you want guests to sign a statue à la Bianca and Brandon, want them to adorn a piece of garden furniture or Jenga bricks, or want them to do something else entirely - there are so many more options than the traditional book!
#8 Include your dog(s)
Because obviously - click here for seven ways to involve your beloved canine in your celebration.
Images: M and J Photography (as seen at Emma and Jordan's wedding).
#9 Create a monogram
And use it everywhere! From your stationery to your dancefloor, your cake to your favours... Seriously. If there's one time in your life you can have a fancy-AF monogram adorning everything, it's on your wedding day.
#10 Invest in initial lights
They make great photo backdrops, and will also look beautiful nestled behind your top table or situated by the dancefloor. Gorgeous!
#11 Sing your own first dance song
For brides and/or grooms who like to sing - why not surprise your partner by giving them a truly unique rendition of your first dance song?
#12 Gift your guests thoughtful favours
From a copy of your wedding playlist to a little something to help ease the hangover - give them something they'll love!