Got College Fanhood? 10 Ways To Show It At Your Wedding!

Alumni around the country are cheers-ing their drinks to college football season. Some take it a step further and incorporate their school spirit into their wedding day…

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Ceremony On The 50-Yard Line

Elaine & Andy married on the field at Michigan's "Big House" -- the same place they had fallen in love watching football games together. How romantic!
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Cheerleading Bridal Party

You could always have your bridal party spell out the name of your school in a round of pictures. This Ohio State Buckeye couple had their bridal party spell it out -- now that's a photo for the mantle (or the man cave).
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Dinner And Dancing In The Stadium

Kristin and Jon had their reception at Penn State's Beaver Stadium -- those crazy kids!
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Go Bears -- Now Eat Cake The Groom's Cake

A college-mascot grooms cake is a totally memorable way to show off your spirit! We're going to go out on a limb and guess that the groom is a Cal Bears fan.
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Guest Books are Overrated -- Sign A School Jersey Instead!

How different would it be to have your guests sign a jersey from your college instead of a plain old guestbook? Just remember, if you have guests who graduated from a rival school, you'd better be prepared for some playful banter!
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"March" Into Your Reception

How about making your grand entrance to your fight song accompanied by your school marching band? Molly & Don surprised guests with USC's marching band. Fight On!
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Invite The School Mascot

It might sound extreme but what better way to show your school's spirit than have your school's mascot join your reception? The Florida Gator was more than welcome at this party.
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Serve Up School Mascot-Themed Desserts

Here's a simple and easy way to acknowledge your Alma Mater without being over the top. This couple gave out Longhorn cookie favors at the end of the night.
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A Fight Song-Themed Reception Exit

Instead of bubbles or sparklers, have guests send you off in a sea of your school colors with pom poms. This Alabama loving couple was sent off with serious school spirit -- Roll Tide Roll!
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Go To A Game!

If your groom and you are die-hard fans you could always just ditch your reception and go to an actual game instead like Eric and Andrew.

> Check out more ideas for sports inspired weddings

>Talk to other brides that are planning to incorporate their other team into their wedding!

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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