Other small details will come into play that you will have to remember for the wedding. Stationery, favors, accessories, the guest book, and other small details must be taken into consideration to add the final polished touch to your daughter's special day.Paper Products
After the final menu has been confirmed and your daughter has had her final meeting with the officiant, prepare the paper goods. Try to get your menus and programs printed at least two weeks prior to the wedding to avoid paying a rush fee. Other paper items you must consider are escort and place cards, bar menus, table names and numbers, and any other signage your daughter may want to showcase at the wedding. Don't forget a guest book, which could be anything from a book to a matte around a photo of the couple to a Polaroid station. You may also want to consider paper cocktail napkins, especially if you don't like the venue logo on your napkins during the cocktail hour.Non-Paper Essentials
Other important non-paper essentials at most traditional weddings include cake knives, toasting glasses, unity candle sets, emergency and first aid kits, and favors. If you are having a nontraditional or multicultural wedding, there is a long list of other items that you may need to get together.