(Closed) Whats the weirdest, most unique, or non-traditional thing you're doing?

posted 3 years ago in Reception
Post # 91
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2017

yookaslaylee :  this sounds like a South Korean wedding! Everything is so organized and turns quickly. I haven’t seen it in my state but it makes complete sense!

Post # 92
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

My brother is my ‘bridesmaid.’  We’re very close and I want him with me on the day.

Post # 93
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

We are having a small wedding- 15 people or so.

Many of the guests are artists so we’re asking everyone to bring in a

handmade work of art so we can have a “Secret Santa” style art trade at midnight.

Post # 94
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Sugar bee

yookaslaylee :  That’s really cool! I’m happy to do the larger wedding as they’re letting me keep it pretty casual, but I would like what you are doing as much or more. If I were footing the bill and doing all the work that would be my dream wedding haha. Hope it turns out great, quite jealous of the pizza I must say. 

Post # 95
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

We’re not having a wedding party, and a family friend will officiate with a ceremony that we write ourselves.

Post # 96
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Buzzing bee

Our wedding is totally traditional in almost every way! We are skipping the bouquet/garter toss though (bleurgh), and probably skipping the first dance. Our dogs will be part of the ceremony, and our tablecloths at the reception are full navy blue sequins. Our most “unique” part is the reception venue – the museum. 

Post # 97
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Buzzing bee

Wait this thread is old 😂

Post # 98
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

We’re not having a wedding party, speeches,  bouquet or garter toss, first dance, assigned seats etc.

We’re not sure what to do about a lot of the family involvement parts as my mum passed away a few years back and I’m not even sure if I will invite my dad (long story as to why, but just trust me that I have some very good reasons). Even if I do invite dad, I don’t want to be given away by him. Id prefer my amazing brother to do that or for my Fiance and I to walk down the aisle together. We have been together almost 10 years and living together for 7. It would feel strange to be ‘given away’ when we’ve been together so long.

We’re having a short sweet and simple ceremony outdoors  (weather permitting) and a very casual cocktail/finger food reception. There will be board games, lawn games, giant jenga etc. The ceremony and reception is in one place in a really beautiful bush location with no phone reception. Some guests are camping and most are staying for the weekend.

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