By On Apr 29, 2018 Ideas
You worked hard on figuring out that seating chart, so get the dinner conversation started by showing guests how they are connected. Create a sign that shows the relationships between the guests who will be sitting next to each other—it will help break the ice for those who have not already met.
Instead of just hitting the bar next door when your reception venue closes, plan a true postwedding bash for you and your hardest-partying guests. Book a space with a completely different vibe from your reception (like a relaxed patio bar or a karaoke club to offset a formal ballroom) to keep the party going.
Revolutionize your venue with creative lighting. Project falling leaves or snow to add drama to a boring, beige wall; add a funky geometric pattern or your monogram to the dance floor; or get basic up-lighting for the perimeter of the room to instantly transform the space. Your guests so impressed.
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