|A wedding accessory is any item that can be used that increases the festivities for the special day. Accessories can help make a wedding even better. Accessories may be chosen later on in the planning stages of a wedding. However, the flowers, bridesmaids’ dresses, wedding venue and everything else all play an important role in a wedding.
Flower girls and ring bearers will definitely need accessories for the big day. A pretty flower girl basket for the flower petals adds a touch of sweetness to the wedding. Choose a pretty pillow for the ring bearer to carry the ring. Both of these things can be bought as accessories that will add to the ceremony.
Many wedding accessories are not just beautiful, they are necessary as well. These may be part of the reception, such as personalized cocktail napkins or dinner napkins. You can have these imprinted to match the décor of your wedding. Personalized napkin rings can also make a reception elegant.
Cutting the wedding cake is a very important reception tradition, so a unique cake knife and server can help make the even more special. You can find these in ceramic, glass, ivory and much more. These can also match the theme of your wedding.
Another touching and sentimental part of the reception is the toasting of best wishes to the happy couple. Many newlyweds choose to use wedding toasting flutes and toasting glasses, not only for themselves, but for all of the guests as well. These are unique and personalized with the engraved names and wedding date of the couple. They can be as original or customized as you like, and the glasses can be taken home with the guests as one of the wedding favors.
You may also try buying wedding pens. You can order enough for all your guests, and they can be engraved with your information, such as names and dates. Each guest can sign congratulatory cards that you have chosen for the event, and then slip them into a wedding card box. These pens can then be taken home as favors.
Money bags are another accessory that can be bought, color-coordinated, to keep track of any money given at a reception. Many guests choose to give the bride and groom a check or even cash, and a matching money bag can serve this purpose, while doubling as a wedding keepsake.