‘The devil is in the details’ is a common saying that essentially means that, when you want something to look incredible, don’t look at the big picture, look at the details. The big picture is easy to make look nice, but to really make everything collectively stand out, the details are where it’s at.
Details are also so much fun to add to your wedding, so consider these five ways to add details to your wedding so that everything pulls together that much better:
Get the Groom a Custom Suit
Brides have wedding dresses fitted and then refitted to them just before their big day. The result is a dress that is perfect for their body, that works to highlight her body and make her feel great. That isn’t what a wedding dress can do for you, it’s what a custom dress can do for you, and the same principle applies for grooms as well.
Custom men’s wedding suits from ESQ Bespoke are the perfect way to look dashing on the big day and can be worn again and again in a variety of settings. Everyone should have at least one custom fitted outfit in their closet, for those important days when you want to look your absolute best, and what better excuse to get your very own custom-made suit than your wedding day?
Skip the cookie-cutter décor and have your family and even your guests bring something to the wedding. As you are only borrowing the item, you can easily give it back and save massively while adding personal touches throughout your wedding.
Coordinate online with social media so that you can know what your guests have, and what they should bring. From tablecloths, to decorations, to even centerpieces or lamps, there are so many ways that you can add beautiful details that mean something to you, because they mean something to those you love the most.
Fun Wedding Backdrops
People love to have their photos taken at weddings. Having fun wedding backdrops where people can go and have their photos taken by your photographer or by their friends can really help everyone enjoy the day and give you pictures of all your guests (even the ones that aren’t near the wedding action).
Stick to Local Delicacies
From local wildflowers to local, seasonal foods, there is no better way to add details than by taking advantage of the area you are hosting your wedding. This includes things like wine and other drinks, if there is a winery or brewery nearby. By keeping things local, you make the venue that much more special, rather than just a destination that your guests have shown up to that could be recreated anywhere.
Give Something to Your Guests
Bridesmaids and groomsmen look alike, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot tie the rest of your guests together, either. You can have flower crowns for your guests or flower pins, or anything else that you give to your guests as a gift that they can wear to make your wedding look more unified, and fun!