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13 Unexpected Wedding Trends 2016

Posted on May 31, 2016 at 11:55 AM

In searching for new ideas and creativity for weddings, sometimes we often think that reaching for an out of the box way of wowing our guests isnt the answer!  But guess what, it just might do the trick! Here are some trendy and fun ways to add a little splash and pizzazz to your occasion:  

  • Go GoPro 

Think outside the whiskey bottle and GoPro bouquet that made the rounds last year on YouTube. A GoPro can be used to film incredible unique moments from your wedding. 

The newest models feature a burst mode, so you can create a time lapse of your processional of the setup of your wedding. If you're having a destination wedding, The GoPro can be a great way to include in the excursion trips. Or take one of your honeymoon and include it in your wedding video. You can rent GoPros so you don't even have to lay out all the money. 

  •  Dance down the aisle 

What a unique way of making your wedding a fun and free atmosphere where you knock out all the possibilities of being nervous before you say I do and do a little dancing to your favorite tunes with your bridal party in a processional march, or just take your time going down the aisle.

  •  Get a Non-Traditional Wedding Officiant 

Your vows are unique, so why not your officiant? A great officiant will roll with the punches in case you have a little trouble with your lines.

  •  Grandma Flower Girls

Without grandma as your matriach you wouldn't be there for the big day. And it's hard to get cuter than a grandma tossing petals.
  • Sing the Vows

The Groom serenading the Bride in front of their guests with what could possibly be the most creative vows ever! That's thinking outside the box!

  •  Sing the toasts

The bridal party begins to read what they were going to present to the bride and groom as a toast, but all of sudden got cold feet and decided to do something a little different. A little tune came in and they started to sing the toast and got the guests in on the action to come together as a group to serenade the bride in groom in a groovy tune to toast their nuptials! Now that is taking the reception to the next level!
  • Parade your Love

Have fun while taking your portrait shots between the ceremony and reception. Take a parade down the main street with your wedding party.

  •  Get Song Requests Ahead of Time 

Ask your friends their favorite dance songs before the wedding. You can print a blank request list on the back of your RSVP cards to ensure a packed dance floor all night. Honoring special requests by family will guarantee that everyone gets to dance.

  •  Portable Video booth 

We’ve all seen the props in the photobooth; it’s time to take it outside the booth. 

  •  Make a Grand Exit

The trend of the grand exit is in part wanting to keep guests engaged in the later part of the wedding, with the hope of keeping them there as long as they can. Late Night Food Truck anyone? This would be a special send off after the wedding concludes to entice the guests to stay and keep the party going!"
  • Showcase Signing your Marriage License
It may sound a little boring, and yet is so incredibly momentous. Make sure to film this once-in-a-lifetime event so you can watch it in the years to come.
  • Reverse your Roles
Try carrying the groom over the threshold instead.
  • Share a Highlight Video
The Bridal Guide suggests that getting a highlight video is the best way to share your wedding with those who were there and those who couldn’t make the big day. Rather than hauling out the wedding album, or having people watch a long DVD,


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