Most Forgotten Wedding Accessories

Wedding Accessories, ie: flutes, serving set, something blue, etc are often overlooked when planning a wedding. These small details can help add to your wedding style and also serve as keepsakes years after you say 'I do.'

We went to local on-line retailer, TheWeddingOutlet.com, to tell us what are the most forgotten accessories. Danielle told us "many of our customers are last minute couples. The small details are often overlooked while planning, but these wedding day essentials can make a lasting impression on guests."

Checkout the top items forgotten - did you purchase yours yet?!

Wedding Accessories: Aisle Runner
 
Wedding Programs
Aisle Runner   Wedding Program
Adds to the decor and protects your dress. Consider personalized aisle runners for an added touch.   Help guests follow along with a wedding program. DIY or hire a wedding stationer.
     
Wedding Guest Book
 
Wedding Cake Toppers
Guest Book   Cake Topper
A place to collect well wishes and signatures of your guests. Stray from a guest book and consider a guest book alternative.   Bakers may provide a sugar or fresh flower topper. If you are looking for a unique topper, the possibilities are endless!
     
Wedding Toasting Glasses
  Wedding Server Set
Toasting Flutes   Server Set
Cheers! Toast your vows with a set made for the two of you. Great for toasting on every anniversary.   Cut the cake with a personalized server set.  Don't want to purchase? Check with your wedding venue for a set you can borrow.
     
Wedding Accessories - Favors
 
Wedding Card Boxes
Wedding Favors   Card Holder
Say thank you to your guests with a favor. Attach a thank you note with names and date for a touch of personalization.   Collect cards inside a decorative holder. Adds a touch of flair to your Welcome Table on your wedding day; then store keepsakes after the wedding.
     
Wedding Accessories: Something Blue
 
Wedding Party Gifts
Something Blue   Wedding Party Gifts
This old English tradition is still a must for many brides! From dress labels to garters, adding something blue is inexpensive and easy.   Say thank you to your attendees with a thoughtful gift. Colorful robes also double as a great photo op!

 

  • Tip: Check with your wedding venue and ceremony site - some will provide these at no additional charge. However, they are typically 'borrowed' on your wedding day and not yours to keep!