For drinks-maybe Morgan & Coke or just mix alot of liquer together, I heard it tastes like Kool aid. For non alcoholic drinks maybe fountain sodas or Orange Julius? Corndogs, cotton candy, big soft pretzels with Cheese, hot dogs, those big round flat circle suckers that look like rainbow candycanes. For games, blow up lots of balloons & certain colors could be certain prizes (stuffed animals, pictures in frames, keychains); you could have a ring toss with bottles of wine or beer & the player gets 3 rings & if they hook it on a bottle,they get the bottle? Just some ideas. For dressing up-a cute little costume kinda like a tutu thing those assistances wear when helping the ringmaster or lion tamer or elephant walks.
How bout round tubes they have wire wrapped around-those larger ones & cut circles out of plywood or use glass & wrap cording around the tube & secure with staples or hot glue & it could be a spool of thread nightstand? So far that is the only thing I could come up with.
How bout a box that is decopaged with pics, quotes of friendship, etc. that is a good size for keeping letters & on the inside lid put some envelopes or holder things for other goodies like ticket stubs or mementos or other crafty items you make. I've seen boxes like this sold at stores for baby keepsakes. Includes photo album, on the inside there are tiny boxes to keep trinkets or other small things, journal & then it's tied with a ribbon. Just combining everyones good ideas on this topic.
I saw on here someone make a book clock. You could use gold numbers & hands maybe? Or glue pages together & after its dry, cut out a hole & use it as a "safe", so it would open in half & no one could tell the difference. On a DIY tv show I saw them cover a wall with sheets of music, pages out of a favorite book, I think they used the stuff you would put wallpaper on; this may be out of the question though if one don't own the house. Just a thought.
I had a small wedding too, 20 people-this included the bridal party. We did have some family like aunts & cousins that were a little upset that they didn't get to be there, but they understood that we have a big family & wanted just the immediate family to make it more personal. We rented a historic house that rents for small parties (they also give tours of the house for a fee during the times it's not being rented), we had the ceremony in the gazebo in the garden & it was pretty short & sweet. We didn't do anything real elaborate, we wanted it to be simple & outdoor garden pixy feel to it. If you had an outdoor wedding, you could do a carpet of rose petals or depending on how small the wedding would be, maybe something sweet like the flower girl giving a flower to each person & then the bride & groom giving a rose to the parents.