Month: March 2016

Fun Wedding Ideas

Everyone wants their wedding day to be unique, but most weddings have very traditional elements. Often couples look to us for ideas to make their wedding stand out.

Here are a few ideas to surprise and entertain your guests:

Anniversary Dance
Dance-AnniversaryDanceThe happy couple is just beginning their life together, but it always creates a memorable moment to recognize your married guests. We do that through the anniversary dance.

It is a moment in the evening when all married couples are invited onto the dance floor. As a special song dedicated to all those couples plays, gradually people are asked to step off the dance floor according to how many years they’ve been married. By the end of the song, the couple that has been married the longest is left one the dance floor. We usually ask that couple to give some advice to the newlyweds. It’s always wonderful to hear what a couple married 50 years or more tells the couple married for only a few hours.

Food Stations
We are not talking dinner here. As the night (and the celebration) goes on, some couples are presenting small food stations for guests to nibble. Everything from sliders to sushi. A few small bite sized snacks keep guests fed and ready to continue the party.

Dessert and Food Trucks
If you are planning a grand send off with sparklers, paper lanterns or even bubbles, consider surprising your guests outside. Food trucks can provide everything from coffee and ice cream to kebabs and desserts. These can serve as a great alternative to a traditional desert.

Put On A Show
If you want to change up a night of dining & dancing, consider putting on a show for your guests. We’ve seen everything from Marching Bands to a fully dressed KISS Tribute band join the party. It’s even fun to incorporate professional dancers. Have them blend in with your guests and then watch them wow everyone when they hit the dance floor.

Hopefully some of these ideas will inspire you. For more information and more ideas, contact us at Pierce Events.
 

 

 

 

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