How to Have the Best Wedding Ever

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Your wedding is quite possibly going to be the biggest day of your life. If you want to make the most out of it then it helps to plan every aspect of the event, so that you can make sure that everything goes to plan.
Personalized Program
You’ll need to create a wedding program for the big day. A lot of people opt for a standard, generic template here, but if you want to spice things up then it’s not hard for you to add some interesting details about you and your partner. You might also want to add a breakdown of the proceedings, or if you don’t want photos to be taken.

Welcome Baskets
If your guests have traveled a long way to come to your wedding then why not say thank you by giving them a welcome basket? You could include sweets that are popular or native to the local area, and you might also want to include some snacks or bottles of water. This will help them to settle in and it will also help you to make them feel well and truly welcome.
Greeting your Guests
This may sound obvious, but you do need to make sure that you greet each and every guest personally. Try and mingle as much as possible, and don’t focus on hanging around with one group alone.
Seating Chart
It doesn’t matter whether you are having a buffet or a fully-planned meal because you need to have a quality seating chart. This will help you to ensure that your guests have a good time and it will also help you to group guests who have a similar background or interests together.
Open Bar
Open bars can be expensive but it is possible for you to make it work, even if you are on a budget. Consider having just beer and wine, or even the odd cocktail on offer. This will help everyone to have a good time and it will also go down a treat while you prepare for the evening. Look into bartending services to see if they are able to offer you a better deal than your venue.
Lounge Area
When choosing your venue, it helps to make sure that your guests have somewhere to sit. You need to remember that not every guest will want to dance all night. In fact, some of them won’t want to hit the dance floor at all. One way for you to get around this would be for you to offer a nice seating area. Your guests will love it and it still gives them chance to really enjoy the music.
Ask for Requests

If you want to really get your guests on the dance floor, then you need to take song requests.  This will ensure that everyone gets to hear their favorite track and it will also help to keep the party going into the early hours of the morning too. Remember to take requests in advance, so that you have plenty of time to get the tracks sorted.

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