It’s your day, so it should be your way. Here are some ideas to ensure it’s extra special.Model BrideSometimes something old is better than something new. If vintage is your thing, The Vintage Bride will rock your nostalgic world (there’s a fab flapper dress up for grabs). Put a twist on modern tradition with Twigs & Honey’s creamy lace crown, a perfect alternative to a veil.Maid ServiceBe kind to your attendants: Let them wear the black dress of their choice and outfit them in EmersonMade flower sashes for pops of color. Calendar bracelets that feature the date of your nuptials are perfect tokens of your appreciation.Main Man It’s his day, too; a pair of Franklin + Gower’s custom trousers will make him feel equally decked out. If you’ve got deep pockets, surprise him with custom initial cuff links.Finger on the PulseYou’ll be wearing that piece forever, so ensure it’s really special. St. Kilda jewelry, designed by Nora Kogan, is new to the bridal market and makes extraordinary engagement and wedding rings (think pink sapphire eternity band and snake-head settings).Take CoverA tent is a tent, right? Wrong. Boutique Tents has eight styles of outdoor cover in a plethora of color schemes and edges; the pros’ll create one custom if none suit your fancy. East Coasters will thrill at the sight of stunning Sperry Tents’s hand-sewn sailcloth pavilions.It’s the Little ThingsWhether you take off on a boat, bobsled, or Bentley, “Just Married” kits really make a charming statement. Hand out Smitten Sticks to guests, set up a photo booth, and great shots are guaranteed.Write on TrackKeep the invitation process simple and stylish with Chewing the Cud’s just-launched e-commerce site. With cheeky and cheerful letterpress and flat options, there’s something to suit everyone’s style.Cut Through the LayersIn lieu of a traditional cake, opt for Charleston Crepe Company’s brand new tiered wedding treats, available with chocolate or vanilla cream between layers of crepe.Know someone getting hitched? Tip off your prenuptially preoccupied pals to DailyCandy Weddings, our new weekly e-mail with unconventional ideas for the big day.