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Everyone wants their wedding to stand out and be different from other people’s weddings. You want your wedding to express who you are and what you stand for. As a couple, what are the two of you interested in? What do you agree about? What gets you feeling excited and happy and prevents you from feeling down and depressed? Imagine a day when the two of you are happy, even blissful all day long. What does this day look like? And when the two of you thought of your wedding day, how did you imagine it? You can take elements from your answers to each of these questions and try to incorporate them into your wedding.

What Are You Interested In?

You don’t have to have a cookie-cutter wedding! You can have a wedding which expresses what you’re interested in. Couples who are into fantasy fiction can have a fantasy-themed wedding. Couples who are into Star Trek can have a Star Trek-themed wedding. Couples who love flowers can have a floral theme for their wedding. The options are endless! Don’t feel pressured into having a wedding which resembles everyone else’s wedding. Go with your interests. Follow your gut.

What Gets You Feeling Excited and Happy?

Sometimes, you might not be able to come up with a wedding theme based on what you are interested in. In that case, just think about what makes you feel excited and happy. Remember that song from The Sound of Music? “Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, brown paper packages tied up with strings—these are a few of my favorite things.” What are some of your favorite things and how can you include them in your wedding? Doing so will make you and your partner feel happier on your wedding day, and that’s what really matters.

How Did You Imagine Your Wedding Day?

Not all of us have elaborate wedding fantasies, but most of us have imagined our wedding day at least once in our lives. So what did it look like? What were you wearing? What was your spouse-to-be wearing? Who was attending your wedding? Who was presiding on your wedding? Where did it take place?

And if you have never imagined your wedding day in great detail, do so now. Sit down and imagine (or write down) every little detail of that day that you can think of. You don’t need to censor yourself. Just let the thoughts flow. You’ll find that this technique will give you many interesting ideas.

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