Did you know your wedding day isn’t all about the soonlywed couple? The glorious day is also about the ones who’ve come to celebrate the joyous union: your guests.
Yes, that’s right! Your guests have taken the time out of their lives to go and watch you tie the knot with the one you love. So, why not show how much you appreciate them coming by giving them a wedding they’ll enjoy and never forget?
The key to wowing your guests is in making the wedding fun for all, not just the special couple. If you want your guests to enter and leave your wedding with a smile, here are three creative ways to have them talking about your wedding for months.
Let the Wedding Season Guide You.
No matter the season, you can use it to bring a special touch to your wedding day.
- If it’s a winter wedding, keep your guests comfy and warm with hot cocoa and an apple cider station.
- For summer, turn on the frost with an ice cream bar and hand out sunglasses.
- During spring, embrace the comfy weather with lemonade and a sweet and salty snack station.
- In the middle of fall, set up a lounge area for guests to mingle and relax amongst the colorful leaves.
Don’t Leave Your Kid Guests Behind
The little ones who tag along to take part in your wedding day matter. If you want to keep your kid guests satisfied, try hiring a face painter or puppeteer or consider showing a kids’ movie in a separate and supervised area.
End Your Wedding Night with a Bang
If you want to keep your guests around for the entire reception, promise them an end of celebrations they don’t want to miss. Invite your guests outside, point them to the sky, and release the fireworks. Having your wedding colors in the fireworks will not only be a great homage to the special day but will take your guests’ breath away.
Wowing your wedding guests doesn’t have to be a complicated process or anything you need to stress over. It’s as simple as creating activities that both the newlyweds and guests will join in together and enjoy. Whether it’s incorporating themes to make your wedding unique or ending your day on a high note, it’s actually rather simple to show your guests how much you appreciate them and give a wedding they’ll talk about for years to come.