Admit it: You have a secret Pinterest board filled with wedding ideas, even if your groom is nowhere in sight. Or maybe you’re one of the lucky couples exchanging vows in the coming year, and you need a few small personal details to complete your planning. Whatever the case, we’re sharing our favorite archery wedding ideas to help make your day extra special and full of bow-and-arrow love.
Delivered with Love
Take the personal touch a step further with a custom return-address stamp.
Two Become One
Weddings celebrate the union of two families. Encourage guests to mix and mingle during the ceremony with a custom laser-carved sign.
Be Our Guest
This guest-book concept is straight out of Cupid’s quiver. Want to make it even more personal? Ask guests to fill in a heart-shaped outline with their own thumb prints. Take it a step further by using red, blue and yellow ink, just like an archery target’s rings.
I Now Pronounce You …
This program breaks from the traditional wedding program, but it’s right on target with personal touches. The arrow details – and let’s not overlook the “fun facts” – are bull’s-eye worthy!
A Dapper Groom
Watch the groom as the bride walks down the aisle. His face says it all. (And how about that arrow boutonniere, to boot!)
With This Ring …
They key to choosing a wedding band or engagement ring is finding one that best reflects your personality. And this custom-made ring is designed especially for a guy who loves outdoor archery activities.
Right This Way
Gone are the days of boring, traditional place cards. These target-inspired place cards add archery flair to your special day.
Let the Games Begin
Really want to impress your guests? Give them an opportunity to try archery. They’ll fall in love after just one shot.
Let Them Eat Cake
Last, but certainly not least, don’t forget the cake. A cake like this is almost too pretty to eat! (Which is fine by us. We’ll gladly take the leftovers.)
Planning a wedding can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Just think of what makes you happy – like bows and arrows – and find ways to incorporate them on your “big day.” Chin up, buttercup. If you’re reading this, you have a head start.
Try these archery-themed ideas on for size, but don’t forget to save us some cake!