By On May 03, 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.
If you play it right, your ceremony exit will be one of the most heavily photographed moments of your wedding, so forget the rose petals and birdseed. Jazz up your exit by passing out small bags of colorful confetti, paper airplanes, mini beach balls, or even lavender buds for everyone to toss your way. Even better: Stage your own mini parade by passing out parasols and noisemakers for your guests to escort you to your getaway car.
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.
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