Your nearest and dearest will adore these sweet finishing touches - promise!
#1 Anticipate tears during the ceremony
Chances are your guests won't have thought to bring tissues with them - so help them out by being prepared on their behalf.
#2 Give them favours they'll actually want
Move over, traditional sugared almonds - we're talking candles, customised glasses, personalised gin, cute packets of seeds...
#3 Temperature consideration
Especially if you're marrying in the height of summer - bearing in mind potential discomfort for guests is crucial. Click here for our round-up of the 12 ways to heat-proof your nuptials.
#4 Activities to keep children entertained
Because happy kids = happy parents. Avoid screaming at key moments by providing cheap-n-cheerful entertainment and activity options to keep mini guests amused.
#5 Photobooth fun
If your budget can't quite stretch to hiring a proper 'booth for the day, make a cool DIY background and invest in some cheap props.
#6 Food trucks
We're talking an old-school ice-cream van, a fish-and-chip cart, a donut stall...
#7 Decorations that are full of personality
Think old family photos on empty, tables that are themed around places you've visited... As well as looking gorgeous, they make great talking points!
#8 Blankets and flip-flops
Perfect for the later part of your reception, when feet might start to hurt and temperatures begin to dip. Comfy and cosy - what's not to adore!
#9 Interactive details
Such as make-your-own cocktails, decorate-your-own-dessert or share-your-wedding-advice...
#10 A cool guestbook
From Jenga blocks to thumbprint art - there are lots of alternative ideas to the traditional paper book. Click here to see some of our favourites!
#11 Speeches (that they can actually hear)
The speeches are one of the most anticipated moments of the day - so check with your venue in advance to find out if they'd advise using microphones or not!
#12 An unexpected surprise
For example: bride Vicky surprised her groom Trevor (and their guests!) by hiring a fantastic troop of dancers from his homeland of South Africa.
#13 A first dance moment that is just so you
No pressure but if you could pull off something like this, that would be amazing.