While it is certain that you will not forget your wedding day in a hurry, it is important that you also find a way to ensure the experience is just as magical and memorable for your guests. With so many different things to organise, from finding the perfect dress to selecting the perfect venue, sometimes the guest experience is not considered until much later on in the process.
With that in mind, here are some simple ways in which you can make your wedding more memorable for all of your guests!
Don’t be afraid to break from tradition throughout the wedding ceremony and celebrations.
After all, this is your wedding, so it should be entirely about YOU. For example, if you aren’t a fan of the traditional fruit cake that is typically served at weddings, opt for your favourite chocolate cake instead! This is an easy way to make the experience more unique and memorable.
Ensure that every family member is invited to the celebrations, and make room for excellent (and adorable) photo opportunities by your dog at your wedding.
Not only would they make a superb groomsman or bridesmaid, but they are also sure to make the experience a little more memorable for your guest.
Help them document the night with a Photo booth hire.
Complete with a range of exciting props, a photo booth gives your guest the chance to obtain memorable keepsakes from the wedding without having to spend the entire night taking their own photographs. They also look great in scrapbooks or photo albums.
While the venue itself can go a long way towards making the wedding more memorable, the decoration also plays an important role.
For example, you can brighten up an old hall with fairy lights, which would also make an excellent backdrop for photographs. Alternatively, you could bring a smile to your guests’ faces with a photo wall – showing photos of the happy couple throughout their relationship leading up to the big day.
Liven up the evening celebrations by hiring a band for your wedding.
After all, live music always sounds better than pre-recorded tracks. As the night wears on (and the guests have had a little time to celebrate with a drink or two), Karaoke machines can also make your wedding more memorable as your guests try their hands at performing for the crowd.
Consider alternative wedding food options to spice things up a little when it comes to a traditional wedding breakfast.
For example, you could serve afternoon tea, a hog roast or even Spanish-inspired dishes. Furthermore, you can help your guests’ fight an impending hangover by organising for a food truck to appear at the end of the evening.
- While you’ll likely have already planned to hire a photographer for your wedding, a videographer can also help ensure that no moment goes unnoticed – from small smiles shared between the bride and groom to the terrible dancing from the father of the bride. A video of your wedding makes a great keepsake for everyone involved.
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