Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘The Bachelor’ Celebrity Wedding: Sean Lowe & Catherine GiudiciCupid's Pulse Article: ‘The Bachelor’ Celebrity Wedding: Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici

By April Littleton

According to People, The Bachelor reality TV stars Sean Lowe and Catherine exchanged celebrity wedding vows on live TV on Sunday. Lowe’s father officiated the ceremony. The couple got engaged in Thailand in November of 2012.

‘The Bachelor’ celebrity couple Sean and Catherine Lowe were able to add some personal flare to their celebrity wedding. What are some unique ways to incorporate your personal style into your big day?

Cupid’s Advice:

Your wedding day is fast approaching, but you still haven’t found that special “thing” that will make your wedding a one-of-a-kind experience. Don’t worry, Cupid has your back:

1. The decorations: Don’t pick the same old boring decor every other couple has picked before you. Think outside of the box. Try different color schemes, different flower arrangements. Better yet, create some of your own decorations for the ceremony and reception so that they are truly unique. If you have a creative eye, you can come up with something nobody has ever seen before.

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2. Plan it yourself: This option might be a little tough to do. When it comes to your special day, plan the whole event yourself. This will allow you to have more freedom of thought and ideas as you go. It can be extremely stressful so we do not recommend this for just anyone. Obviously, you can ask for help whenever you need it, but for the most part, doing it by yourself can feel like a huge accomplishment.

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3. The little things: The music. The food. The guest list. Think long and hard about ways you can make the small details creative and fun. Ask your partner to help out. Maybe he/she joked about having chicken nuggets at the reception? You don’t have to order fancy filet mignon just because that’s considered to be a “normal” entree. Do your own thing. If you want a personal friend to DJ at your wedding, let them. After all, this is YOUR wedding day.

What are some other unique ways to incorporate personal style into a wedding? Comment below.