10 ways to make your wed­ding sparkle

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KC Fire­works

A day ded­i­cated to ro­man­tic sparks wouldn't be com­plete with­out some fire­works. For the wed­ding grand fi­nale, light up the sky with KC Fire­works.

Di­a­monds, di­a­monds and more di­a­monds

They are a girl’s best friend, so don’t just stop at a di­a­mond ring. Add some ex­tra bling with a di­a­mond neck­lace, ear­rings and bracelet.

Cel­e­brate with con­fetti

Give your wed­ding guests a mini bag of sparkling con­fetti and make your grand en­trance as hus­band and wife a mo­ment to re­mem­ber.

Say it with sta­tion­ary

Daz­zle guests from the get-go with glit­ter filled save-the-date cards. Keep the sparkle alive through­out your en­tire wed­ding sta­tion­ary with glit­tery in­vi­ta­tions, table num­bers, name cards, menus and thankyou cards.

Sparkly shoes

For the shoe lovers board­ing on shoe hoard­ers, make your wed­ding shoes stand out from the rest in your closet by get­ting a glit­tery pair for the spe­cial oc­ca­sion.

Glit­tery cham­pagne bot­tle

If cham­pagne isn’t sparkly enough, grab some spray glue and glit­ter and give DIY dec­o­rat­ing a whirl. Sim­ply spray cham­pagne bot­tles with glue, roll in glit­ter and wait to dry.

Fairy lights

For a fairy tale end­ing to fairy tale wed­ding, add some fairy lights to your venue. Hang them above the dance floor, drape in front of the bri­dal table or bring fea­ture walls to life so when the sun sets, the magic ig­nites.

Gold cut­lery

Add some gold class lux­ury to your re­cep­tion with Gold Wed­ding Hire. Of­fer­ing a touch of vin­tage and a taste of elegance, dis­cover an af­ford­able golden set of cut­lery to com­pli­ment a meal fit for a new­ly­wed king and queen…and their royal guests.

Twin­kle toes

Add some twin­kle to your fin­gers and toes with a glit­tery coat of nail pol­ish.

Price­less wed­ding day spark

Last but not least, ig­nite the wed­ding day spark. Gaze into your hand­some grooms eyes the mo­ment you walk down the aisle – there is no other spark quite like it.

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