Creating Wedding Memories with Unique Reception Activities
You and your partner have decided to marry and because this is usually considered a once-in-a-lifetime event it’s only natural to want to make it the most memorable. The question is how do you accomplish this?
Organizing the time, place and theme for your wedding is the first level of planning that is necessary to lay the foundation that you can use to make your celebration truly your own, unique and reflective of you and your partner’s personalities.
Think in terms of the years to come, how do you want to remember your wedding day? Video is used today to capture the action of the marriage ceremony and wedding reception, but it’s the activities that make the action happen that is the challenge. It’s not really very entertaining to watch a video where people are just sitting around a table eating wedding cake. A video guestbook is a much more interesting way to capture your guest’s attendance.
On the other hand, traditional activities such as dances can be nice, but you have to keep the age and music preferences in mind so that your wedding guests will get in mood and take advantage of the entertainment. Depending on the number of guests and the location where the reception takes place, you can incorporate some of the more social traditional dances that involve large circles of men and women.
Another activity that creates memories especially at family style weddings is singing traditional songs that each generation can relate to. Giving each member their moment in the spotlight is a great way to make the atmosphere warm and full of love, supporting the purpose of the day.
There are many details that make any occasion more special but when it comes to a wedding, the accessories themselves are special because they are exclusively used for this moment in time. When two people become a couple, there are many moments that create memories that can be used to make unique centerpieces for your wedding reception that also give your guests a better understanding of the personalities of the couple they witnessed exchange wedding rings.
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