By On May 02, 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.
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.
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.
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