When you are planning table seating, try to set guests in pairs, so you can ensure every table has an even number of those sitting at it. Try grouping tables by age groups so that they can talk about similar things.
If you are running low on money or want something unique, you do not have to buy an actual dress made for the bride at your wedding. Check out some of the different types of bridesmaid or department store dresses, which will offer you a beautiful alternative at a fraction of the cost.
If travel is a common bond between the groom and bride, incorporate this into a theme for the day. Save-the-date notices and invitations are available in styles that resemble passports, boarding passes or vintage postcards. An old-style suitcase can be set open on a table as the backdrop for wedding programs or favors.