Actress Sarah Lancaster is married and pregnant, reports People.  Lancaster, who stars on NBC’s Chuck, married her boyfriend of two years, attorney Matthew Jacobs, in a ceremony in Southern California on Saturday.  “It’s a really happy time in our lives,” said the newlyweds.  “We are thrilled to be starting a family and our wedding weekend was simply perfect.”  The nuptials were small, but included several heartfelt touches that made the ceremony unique.  Lancaster wore her mother’s pearl earrings and her grandmother’s gold mesh bracelet, a wedding gift from her parents.

What are personal wedding touches you can incorporate?

Cupid’s Advice:

Nearly all couples want to have a unique ceremony tailored to their own interests.  Here are a few ways to include a few personal touches:

1. Personalized place cards: If you have a relatively small wedding, try personalizing the place cards. Instead of only writing ‘Charlotte’ or ‘Steve’, try adding a small note to the person, perhaps a description of your favorite memory together or something you admire about your guest.

2. Family heirlooms: Borrowing your mother’s diamonds or your grandmother’s hair clip make the wedding much more personal.  The majority of your guests may not notice these touches, but the lack of attention doesn’t make it any less special.

3. Music: Instead of having the DJ or band perform generic songs, have songs from your childhood played. Older songs will make you and your guests laugh and reminisce.