By On May 19, 2018 Ideas
Sure, a string quartet is nice, but you will blow guests away with a jazz trio or a Spanish guitar player. To get the party going during the cocktail hour, look into hiring a mariachi band, a bluegrass group, or even a barbershop quartet for some seriously memorable melodies.
Give guests a place to mingle between dance breaks by creating a lounge area at your reception. Fill the space with couches or chairs and plenty of pillows to sink into. Its the perfect way to keep everyone in on the party even when they are resting. Really want to? Close off the area with curtains to create a VIP vibe.
If its an outdoor wedding, create custom signs as pointers for guests ("this way to the cocktail hour" or "wedding this way"). For a more formal wedding, make beautifully scripted table numbers, monogrammed cocktail napkins, and even bathroom-door labels that read "ladies" and "gents."
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