When choosing entertainment for your wedding think carefully. What type would suit you best and which parts of the day do you think you should entertain your guests? How much do you have to spend? This will a big deciding factor on the type of entertainment you can provide.
Today on LoveLuxe we want to share our advice on the subject of children at weddings, and how to ensure your younger guests enjoy your big day as much as their parents. Let’s face it, a day that requires you to stay silent for 30 minutes or more, pose for photographs and sit still for over 2 hours at a dinner table isn’t high on a child’s list of fun things to do! However, by giving careful thought to your younger guests in advance of the day, there’s no reason that they can’t thoroughly enjoy your wedding, too!
Lots of my brides are based in the US, and so I’m pretty familiar with the tradition over there for planning a rehearsal dinner the evening before the wedding. Whilst extravagant affairs are still pretty rare here in the UK, I’m finding more and more couples are hosting a relaxed and informal dinner party, BBQ or hog roast for either family or close friends coming to spend a weekend enjoying the celebrations.
In January of this year, Twitter launched a new mobile video service called Vine, offering users a platform from which to record and share beautiful, simple micro films – all within a matter of minutes. The app has gradually captured the imagination of folks across the globe and last month was reportedly the number one downloaded free app in The App Store.
As well as your photographs and video, guest books can act as fabulous mementos of the day. To sit down with your husband after the big day and relive those moments with heartfelt wishes from your friends and family can be great.