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Can you give me some unique ideas that you used at your wedding please.

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2 years ago
Redneck themed

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2 years ago
I have been to two weddings like that! Not the theme, just the people lol
My cousins come from a little country town and most of the town attended.
I lived overseas at the time of the first one, I brought a nice dress and heels to wear, thank the gods the only cloths store in town was open after the ceremony and had a pair of jeans that fit me!!! I wore my nightie as a top with a dress belt to bunch it up. I still looked overdressed even though it was tee shirt style top shop nightie 😂
I really thought they would have gotten dressed up for the occasion.
It was a fun night, everyone mingled before they were drunk unlike most weddings I have been to. The reception was at the town hall, pig on the spit, lasagna & coleslaw with bread rolls... and the wedding cake was rolled out on top of a vb fridge on wheels in the shape of a can, the fridge had Jell-O shots in it. Most people didn’t leave till sunup
The tables tables looked like Kath & Kim had decorated them.

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2 years ago
Get married in a registry office then donate the money you would have spent on something worthy.

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2 years ago
Why so cynical? Bad experience?

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2 years ago
She might have mistakenly taken you for charitable soul...she thought too much of you didn't she dear

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2 years ago
I dont think this idea is cynical at all, what an amazing act of love to donate (what im sure would be a pretty big sum) to others in genuine need, donate in the name of love! ❤️

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2 years ago
To millions of people, spending money on a wedding is worthy. To each their own ❤

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2 years ago
We had Degustation dinner no bridal table and moved tables every course so we could chat to everyone

Also had a blessing plate with our rings on them that got passed around at the start of the ceremony

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2 years ago
Buttons

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2 years ago
Should they be wearing them in place of clothes or pegging them at the guests? Actually that would unique and entertaining.

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2 years ago
Escape room. No one can leave until the bride and groom figure out the puzzle to open the door

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2 years ago
Pimps and hoes

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2 years ago
Cowboys and Indians

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2 years ago
Mud run

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2 years ago
What do you do as a couple that’s your “thing”? We loooove lollies, it’s a well known quirk of ours, the Haribo Lovers, so we spent some of the reception walking around with bowls of mixed lollies and speaking to everyone.
Another couple we know are musicians so they had a group of friends drum solo them down the aisle. It was amazing.
Other friends had a mate change lyrics to songs and sing them a medley about their love story. Other fun stuff was goldfish bowls with fish on the tables at the reception, lucky door prizes (stuck under the seats) funny first dances like the chicken dance or gangnam style, slideshow projections of their photos, dance offs and photo booths. Yes I’ve been to lots of weddings haha!

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2 years ago
Nude

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2 years ago
I like it

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2 years ago
We had a morning wedding (around 10 am) and I loved it. I wasn't spending all day getting ready, I didn't have to wait around for the event to start, people don't get as drunk at lunch as they do at dinner (and my in-laws love to get wasted), and my new husband and I were at our hotel by about mid afternoon! So we could open cards, shower, relax, have dinner just the two of us, and so on. I have never been to another morning wedding, they've all been afternoon weddings and they just drag on into the evening.

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2 years ago
We got married at 11 then had a late luncheon / reception. We still had a band etc and all the bells n whistles but just all over and done with by 6pm. The younger ones carried on boozing at a pub and oldies who would have felt obliged to stay went home happy

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2 years ago
i have a unique idea...at every wedding i have been to- at the end of the night...just before the couple go...the groom sticks his head under the brides dress to get the garter out with his teeth....its supposed to be a sexy little moment for every one to share ...it allows the crowd to imagine the bride having an orgasm i suppose...so don't be a tart.. have the garter just above
the ankle , and dont allow the groom to shove his face all the way up your clacker infront of guests...

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2 years ago
Removal of the garter is not new. I thought it was normally done by the best man though. I haven’t heard the part about everyone imagining the bride having an orgasm. That’s crass. As is the whole garter tradition.

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2 years ago
I didn't do that because I find it tacky

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2 years ago
^ To each their own

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2 years ago
Never heard the bit about the bride having an orgasm haha

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2 years ago
Fancy dress

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2 years ago
Wife carrying

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2 years ago
Cow riding

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2 years ago
Horse riding

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2 years ago
Beaches and margaritas

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2 years ago
Wedding murder mystery

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2 years ago
Not from my wedding, but an idea I wish I'd used. The song for the first dance has the married couple dancing first, then parents invited up, then everyone invited up. So it all happens in one song and isn't dragged out. I don't know why it didn't occur to me, but we had 3 separate songs and even I was getting bored lol.

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2 years ago
Write advice for the married couple inbetween courses. Read out funny ones. Prize for best one.

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2 years ago
Not asking for guests to pay or give money in any way. Quite seriously.. I can’t believe every wedding now asks for a wishing well.

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2 years ago
That's actually a pretty good idea :)

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2 years ago
Ive been trying to sell my wishing well and no one wants it. So I thought it wasn’t the done thing anymore. I never actually used it for a wedding, I bought it off gum tree years ago for my daughter to play with.

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2 years ago
It’s practical. Most people life together before they marry these days and are already set up and don’t need toasters and dinner sets and wine gasses. And I like them because it means I don’t have to go shopping.

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2 years ago
When people are crass enough to ask for money or say there's a wishing well I simply go and buy them something like a dinner set or saucepan etc. If people don't request money etc then I'm happy to give them money.

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2 years ago
In memory of family and friends who passed on before my wedding I put their photos in miniature picture frames and attached them to my bouquet. Subtle, personal.

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2 years ago
Do you have a theme in mind?