Check out this gender-neutral "love for everyone" alternative bouquet toss

Julia and Ben had a wedding in Berkeley with a taco buffet, sangria, homemade beer, and rainbow bridesmaids. But one detail we (and the bride!) hardcore loved was her "love for everyone" alternative bouquet toss. It was inclusive, full of sentiment and gratitude for everyone, and just a rad way to celebrate the guests without weirding anyone out with categories or gender or single/married people. Want to hear about it? Here's what Julia told us about it…

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Ask your parent to "support you down the aisle"

Even though having my father escort me down the aisle was one of my favorite memories from my first wedding, the second time I got married, I felt it was important to not make A Big Deal out of the processional. I thought I'd either walk down the aisle alone — an independent woman making her own life choice — or walk down the aisle with my partner, like no biggie.

Either way, no one was "giving me away" this time. That was for sure.

Then two things happened…

A bucket list guestbook to collect ALL the adventurous ideas from your guests

Caitlinn and Luke included a really fun way to collect adventure and travel ideas from their guests: a bucket list guestbook! They provided paper and pens for guests to write down whatever they thought they should add to their bucket list: travel ideas, adventures, date nights, philanthrophic goals, etc. We figured we'd see what kind of bucket list guestbooks we could find out in the wild that you could snag for your own wedding guestbook purposes. Here's what we found…