By Jessica DeRubbo

This past weekend, celebrity couple Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg celebrated their celebrity wedding at a surprise ceremony in Southern California, according to Martha Stewart Weddings. The pair’s rustic-chic celebration began with a hilltop ceremony in front of 200+ guests and included personal vows, Jewish traditions, sunset cocktails and dinner. The stylish bride dressed her bridesmaids in custom gowns and the groom handled all the music-related responsibilities.

This celebrity wedding went off without a hitch! What are some ways to customize your wedding to make it unique?

Cupid’s Advice:

Making your wedding unique and memorable is top of mind to quite a lot of brides. Cupid has some advice:

1. Personal vows: Writing your own personalized vows can really add a touch of sincerity to your wedding. It takes away the repetitive nature of most ceremonies and gives your guests something to remember. Plus, you’ll be able to look into your partner’s eyes as he or she bears their heart to you.

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2. Hire a wedding band: A lot of wedding receptions have DJ’s with a special playlist. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that, but consider adding a little something to your festivities by hiring a band to play instead. Sometimes this can end up being pricier, depending on who you hire, but it’ll definitely add some pizzazz to your wedding reception which may otherwise not have been there.

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3. Custom design your dresses: If you’re not stylistically inclined, this may not be an option for you. That being said, you might be able to still work with a designer to give him or her your ideas about the dresses you’re looking to have made. If you’re trying to save money, perhaps you have a seamstress in your family who can be utilized in your time of need!

What are some other creative ways to make your wedding unique? Share your thoughts below.