- The Accessories
Consider the colorful team socks as well as the monogrammed cufflinks for the guys. When it comes to the bride, the fact is that not many people will actually see your garter, therefore, if you want to have something that’s in your or your husband’s favorite team’s colors, just go for it, urges Kelli Corn, wedding planner of Kelli Corn Weddings & Events.
- The Photo Booth
Take one photo for the team, and turn your wedding photo booth into a game. You also can try stocking your photo booth with fun sports-themed props or having your guests create their own sports magazine cover.
- The Wedding Monogram
If you two both love the same team, why not try using its logo for your wedding monogram? “While it’s true that team logos are predominantly made up of thick block letters and wedding monograms are typically swirly and romantic, a combination of both design elements can successfully be achieved by a talented graphic designer,” says Aviva Samuels, wedding planner of Kiss The Planner. “It can be utilized as a light projection on the dance floor or walls, on stationery items such as menus and seating cards, as well as beverage napkins and signage.”
- The Favors, Escort Cards, and Table Numbers
Mini footballs, basketballs,… branded with your team’s name is a really fun idea for favors. In addition, escort cards can be designed to look like the tickets to a big game. Be creative with your tables by using the jersey numbers or names of your favorite players to label them.
- The Signature Drinks
In the south where college football is very popular, wedding planner Tracie Domino of Tracie Domino Events tells us that there is rarely a wedding going by without a mater incorporated into it. One idea is naming your signature drinks after your favorite teams or serving them in your favorite team’s colors.