You don’t know how to share your love story at your wedding? We bring you 8 ways


Use A Video

Create a video showing off your photo journey, set to a song which is somehow meaningful and us it to entertain guests at your reception.

Use Tables

If you’re getting married indoors, include this information in your table numbers.

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane If you're getting married indoors, include this information in your table numbers instead.

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane

If you’ve been dating for years, show guests how far you’ve come with an entertaining then-and-now retrospective. We love how this bride and groom also included their parents’ wedding photos as the “bridge” anchoring both sides.

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The walk down the aisle

The walk down the aisle is already incredibly emotional, but this “flashback” below, takes it to a whole new level! The couple included a crossword puzzle in their program, and most of the answers could be found on the aisle runner, so their guests had a fun game to play while they waited for the ceremony to start.


Your Cake

Personalize a rustic buttercream cake with each tier telling a different chapter of your love story.


Tell a Meaningful Story Through Music

This bride surprised her groom by performing a song that she had written just for him. He had no idea that she had learned to sing prior to the wedding!

Incorporate Where You Come From

At this wedding, each table number was designed after a different state that meant something to the couple.


Tell All in Your Wedding Programs

If your love story is an interesting or unique one, sit down with your spouse-to-be and write it out for the world to read. Publish the tale in your wedding program for your guests to read as they anxiously await your nuptials. This is especially fun for guests who do not already know how you met or the journey that led up to your wedding day.

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Ada Igboanugo

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