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1.An asymmetrical wedding arch that you could DIY with any flowers, draping, or additional greenery that you want. (Yup, it'll come in two pieces so you may also split 'em up and put each one in different areas of your wedding if you're feeling jiggy like that.)
2.A fun wedding guest puzzle as a guest book alternative to be signed by all the folks who'll always have a ~piece~ of your hearts.
3.Larger-than-life paper flowers to create a whimsy, garden feel for the ceremony, reception, or photo booth. Guests won't know if they're at your wedding or down the rabbit hole with Alice. 🐇🎩♥️👑🥀😜
4.Temporary tattoos featuring you and your new spouse's pretty faces to (ironically) show everyone your love is permanent.
5.Porcelain wedding favor boxes with a vintage style that'll make them feel like thoughtful family heirlooms instead of the typical throwaway baubles.
6.Personalized heart pins that the entire wedding party can wear to celebrate their favorite newlyweds. You can also use them as charming party favors.
7.Chair signs to celebrate your love for each other, the Star Wars franchise, and finally getting to park your butts after standing so long during the ceremony. 😅
8.A pair of custom ceramic cake toppers shaped like any animal you want, real or mythical. I guarantee that no one else is going to have an armadillo wearing a tutu on their cake, so go for it!
10.A seashell bouquet made for beach lovers who plan to have an ocean-but-make-it-bridal feel. (Also, please don't let our invite get lost in the ocean because your theme is AWESOME. 🐚🌊)
11.A ring bearer box for the lot of you with an affinity for the steampunk aesthetic and an industrial wedding style on your vision board. This'll def help bring your dreams to reality.
12.A stylish DIY tabletop fireplace that'll serve as a cozy centerpiece AND can be used to bring some campfire-inspired fun to your wedding since the glass panels can be removed for s'more-roasting. Perf interactive decor idea for an outdoor reception!
13.A bouquet photo charm to keep your loved ones close, even if they couldn't make it to the special day.
14.An "I love you 3000" cake topper that you love birds will certainly ~Marvel~ over. (But not to worry. Thanos is abso-freaking-lutely NOT going to crash your wedding.)
15.Hot air balloon centerpieces to fill up with flowers, greenery, and maybe even smaller balloons. A perfect whimsy way to ~elevate~ the traditional table centerpiece look, dontcha think?
16.A life-size wooden pet cutout of the fur baby who'll also be saying "I do" when you do! Cuteness OVERLOAD if your pet is actually there to meet their "twin." 😍😍😍
18.Destination wedding invitations designed to look like passports — they're cute and will remind your guests that they need to get their passport renewed!
19.A giant candle that'll certainly help you pull your farmhouse-themed wedding together in a chic way. You could use it as a table centerpiece, entrance decor, or in any other spot that could use a theme tie-in.
20.Wooden game signs to help point guests in the right direction for some competitive fun. It's not a real wedding until your relatives and in-laws square off in a competitive game of cornhole.
21.A custom song plaque that'll be great table centerpieces to highlight records you two love belting out loud together. They'll also help you label tables easily if you have a seating chart.
22.A big ol' wood heart featuring your names and wedding date that'll be an interesting new spin on the traditional guestbook. Instead of having to flip through pages, you can see all your loved ones' names right there.
23.A sweet welcome sign to invite both groom's loved ones into the festive ceremony. It'll also be a cool, casual way to confirm for folks that there's no seating chart. Love a low-frills wedding.