We guarantee you'll want to include one or two of these in your wedding day - thank us later!
#1 Capture the other first-look moment
Yes, the first-look between a bride and groom is incredibly romantic - but don't forget to have a first-look with your bridesmaids and/or parents, too!
#2 Pick a quirky ring deliverer
For example, this couple opted to have their wedding rings (wings?) delivered by a trained barn owl.
#3 Create a hashtag for your celebration
This will make keeping tracks of photos shared by your guests on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook a lot easier to keep on-top of.
#4 Include the younger members of your bridal party
Prepare for some serious 'aww'-ing...
#5 Gift your parents personalised hankies
To tackle the inevitable tears, as well as give them a sweet, sentimental souvenir to keep long after your wedding day.
#6 Give it some sole
If you can bear the thought of your wedding shoes being written on, ask your wedding party to inscribe messages on the soles.
#7 Personalise your drinks
Gift guests the option to make their favourite drinks just how they like them with the assistance of a customisation bar at your reception.
#8 And on the subject of drinks...
Make sure they're easily accessible!
#9 Be season-considerate
Planning a hot summer wedding? Arm guests with parasols and sunglasses; planning a cooler autumn or winter celebration? Make sure there are cosy blankets and throws available!
#10 Honour deceased loved ones
From photo displays to bouquet additions, there are plenty of ways to include friends and family who are no longer around: click here for some of our favourite ideas.
#11 Invest in a bridal piñata
Because, you know, piñata.
#12 Plan some games for the reception
Especially if your venue boasts an outdoor area!
#13 Include your four-legged friends
#14 Fill your reception with photo displays
Of you and your partner, of your families, of your friends... Everyone!
#15 Have snacks available at all times
From post-ceremony nibbles to a full-on buffet, make sure your guests can graze whenever they want.
Images: ceebeeandi.com and Aaron Watson Photography
#16 Pick personalised chairbacks
Because if there's one day of your life you can do it, it's your wedding day.
#17 Pick a bread bar!
The perfect reception choice for couples who are planning to have a cheese wedding cake rather than a traditional sweet option.
#18 Spin the wheel!
This is a fun way to add some extra excitement to your venue, as well as help to break the ice between guests who don't know each other; whilst the big spinner (left) looks fantastic, the simpler option (right) is just as effective.
#19 Edible place settings/escort cards
Fun and foodie - what's not to adore?
#20 Pick a personalised cake-topper
Pick a topper for your wedding cake that's truly unique to you as a couple, whether it's a literal representation of you both, or a more subtle reference to an important aspect or element of your relationship.
#21 Do something fun for your guestbook
Want to avoid reading 100 variations of the 'good luck, it was a beautiful day!' message? Plan something a little more interactive for your guests to share with you, such as photos, drawings or advice.
#22 Use creative signs to set the tone
Not only are they useful for sign-posting key areas of your reception (duh), they're also a great way to inject a little extra fun into your celebration.
#23 Provide some entertainment your guests will actually want to engage with
We love that caricature idea, in particular.
#24 Keep things 24-carat with sparkling reception details
A pop of sequins here, a shimmer of glitter there... It all adds up, and will help to add some extra-glamour to your celebration.
#25 Keep those dancing feet comfortable
Baskets of cheap flip-flops will be welcomed with open arms by guests with aching feet!
#26 Throw the garter!
Yes, the bride throws her bouquet - but why doesn't the groom throw something, too? We love this idea: wrap the bride's garter round a football, which the groom can then throw into the crowd.
Image: Wes Roberts Photography
#27 Make a suitably fabulous exit
Whether it's by helicopter, in the back of a horse-drawn carriage, snuggled up on a motorbike... Cruise into married life exactly how you mean to go on, in style!