By On May 17, 2018 Ideas
Hire a babysitter (or two) and set her up in a room so your youngest guests have a place to go when they tucker out. If its possible, pick a room near your reception location so parents can stop by to check in on the tykes and then return to the party easily. Stock the room with snacks, games and a portable DVD player to keep them entertained, and make sure theres a soft sofa and blankets for those inevitable naps.
Take a few dance lessons before your wedding, but instead of the standard waltz, kick it up a notch by learning a sultry tango or a high-energy swing routine, and then surprise everyone during your first dance. For an unexpected surprise, get your dad or even your grandpa in on the act. Imagine the looks on your guests faces when you and your pops break into a hip-hop routine mid-father-daughter dance.
Send guests home feeling taken care of by having your valets place small favors or end-of-the-night snacks in guests cars before handing over the keys. No valets? Set out baskets of the gifts, such as soft eye masks with notes that say "Sleep tight!" or even hangover kits (filled with Aspirin, water and snacks) for guests to grab on their way out of the reception venue. If you’ve arranged bus or shuttle transportation, have a favor waiting on board for guests.
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