By On May 15, 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.
How could your guests not take a picture of that? Find the right cake baker and go nuts with your grooms cake for a unique photo op that also happens to be delicious. We have seen everything from elaborate guitars to football stadiums to armadillos to library book cakes. Other non-cake ideas: a table decked out in donuts, an ice cream bar, or a giant Rice Krispies Treat cake.
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.
76 out of 100 based on 117 user ratings
51 Facebook Shares
26 Twitter tweet
68 Pinterest Pins
31 Google+ Shares
30 Thumblr Shares
13 Linkdkn Shares
© 2011 - 2018 Videsa.info. All rights reserved.