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Steelasophical Wedding Day Advice

Steelasophical wedding day advice

Steelasophical Wedding Day Advice

Attending a wedding should be very much a privilege, but sometimes it really is not always a pleasure! The last thing a Bride & Groom want, is for their wedding guests to spend the drinks reception, wedding breakfast or evening checking their watches in anticipation for the first opportunity to leave… So here are a few tips to keep any wedding guest yawns way at bay.

Attending a wedding should be very much a privilege, but sometimes it really is not always a pleasure! The last thing a Bride & Groom want, is for their wedding guests to spend the drinks reception, wedding breakfast or evening checking their watches in anticipation for the first opportunity to leave… So here are a few tips to keep any wedding guest yawns way at bay.

Sarah-Jane wrote:

Recently attended a friend’s wedding & the reception was super-boring. Now I’m worried that my own wedding, which is in a few months, is going to be un-fun! I’d say the big problems at my friend’s wedding were that the DJ’s was playing really bad music, and there were long stretches of time between toasts, dinner, and the cake cutting, so all my friends and I did was sit around and drink—but the beer and wine selections left much to be desired. How can I keep my guests entertained and make sure they enjoy themselves during my wedding reception?

……Help!

Surprise, surprise! 
It’s a good idea to infuse an element of surprise at your wedding. Perhaps you or your partner have a special talent to share (like performing on a musical instrument, dance,  etc..) or screen a pre-production video you shot while doing your pre-wedding shoot or short film on your journey together. If your wedding has a theme, then why not incorporate authentic decor or music to enhance that atmosphere! 

Birthday/Anniversary shout outs

Know someone whose birthday falls on your wedding day? Or a couple who tied the knot on exactly the same date a few years ago? Have your Master Of Ceremonies give a shout out to them! It’ll make your wedding even more meaningful. Plus, it’s a really sweet gesture.

The Shoe Game

This hilarious game is a great way for guests to get to know you better as you learn how much you really know about each other. Place two chairs back-to-back on the dance floor. Remove both of your shoes, then trade a shoe with your new spouse so that you’re holding one of each. Then, have a designated person ask a series of questions about the two of you and your relationship. After each question, hold up the shoe of the person you think has the best answer to the question.

Wedding Shoe Game Questions

If you are planning on playing this game, then you will need some wedding shoe game questions, whether they are examples of what’s appropriate, or if you are looking for a few wedding shoe game questions to use.

hilarious game is a great way for guests to get to know you better as you learn how much you really know about each other. Place two chairs back-to-back on the dance floor. Remove both of your shoes, then trade a shoe with your new spouse so that you’re holding one of each. Then, have a designated person ask a series of questions about the two of you and your relationship. After each question, hold up the shoe of the person you think has the best answer to the question.

Check Out These Sample Questions to Start You Off:

  • Who makes the better breakfast?
  • Who has the better shower singing voice?
  • Who is more likely to make the bedroom floor their personal laundry basket?
  • Who will want kids first?
  • Who is the pickier eater?
  • Who is more likely to fill the house with gear from their favorite college sports team?
  • Who chose the honeymoon location?
  • Who fell in love first?
  • Who is more likely to leave their man/woman cave a mess?
  • Who is afraid of heights?
  • Who controls the credit cards?
  • Who is a night owl?
  • Who is more likely to burn the house down when they’re cooking dinner?
  • Who is more of a dog person?
  • Who spends a longer amount of time getting ready for a night out?
  • Who would rather be outdoors?
  • Who is an early riser?
  • Who is more of a party animal?
  • Who is more likely to fall asleep in front of the TV with the remote in their hand?
  • Who do you trust more behind the wheel?
  • Who is more of a daredevil?
  • Who is more stubborn?
  • Who takes up more than their half of the bed?

ere’s the list:

  1. Who takes longer showers?
  2. Who takes the longest to get ready?
  3. Who dresses better?
  4. Who hogs most of the bed?
  5. Who is the better driver?
  6. Who has the better driving record?
  7. Who is the first to apologize after arguing?
  8. Who was the first to admit their love?
  9. Who was the one who made the relationship “official?”
  10. Who was the first one to have a crush on the other?
  11. Who farts more?
  12. Who is the smarter one?
  13. Who wears the pants in the relationship?
  14. Who is the better cook?
  15. Who makes more money?
  16. Who spends more money?
  17. Who is worse with direction?
  18. Who is more clumsy?
  19. Who shops more?
  20. Who talks the most?
  21. Who has to always have the final words in an argument?
  22. Who works more?
  23. Who exercises more?
  24. Who eats healthier?
  25. Who is in better overall shape?
  26. Who eats the most fast food?
  27. Who is the better kisser?
  28. Who flirts the most?
  29. Who is always the first to say “I love you?”
  30. Who uses more toilet paper?
  31. Who stinks up the bathroom more?
  32. Who does more household chores?
  33. Who’s car is the cleanest?
  34. Who has the nuttier family?
  35. Who is your favorite person?
  36. Who would rather be outdoors?
  37. Who spends the most time on the phone?
  38. Who sings better?
  39. Who dances better?
  40. Who looks in the mirror more?
  41. Who talks the loudest?
  42. Who has the better laugh?
  43. Who tells the best jokes?
  44. Who holds their liquor better?
  45. Who generally picks up the tab at restaurants?
  46. Who is the cheapest?
  47. Who is more serious?
  48. Who is more flexible?
  49. Who has bigger feet?
  50. Who has a bigger butt?
  51. Who has better vision?
  52. Who has better hearing?
  53. Who is most dramatic?
  54. Who is the biggest baby when they’re sick?
  55. Who gives better presents?
  56. Who gives the most unexpected surprises?
  57. Who has better hair?
  58. Who has more dressy clothes?
  59. Who sneezes more?

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MAKE SURE PEOPLE KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT

Making sure your guests know what to expect is the key element in having a wedding that people enjoy. Are both the ceremony and reception on grass or rocky ground? Let people know so that they can choose their footwear appropriately. This is also true when it comes to temperature. For example, in coastal Cornwall it gets cold almost every night, even if it’s ninety-degrees during the day. So if you have a lot of guests coming from out of county, they’ll need to be informed ahead of time to bring a jacket.

Formality level comes into play here too. While you shouldn’t dictate exactly what your guests wear, very few people like showing up either extremely over- or under-dressed for an event, so giving a heads up on the general dress code is appreciated, whether that’s black tie or totally casual.

Beyond weather and what to wear, it’s nice for guests to know what you’re going to want them to do. Need help breaking down tables at the end of the night? My experience is that if you tell people ahead of time, they will be there with bells (or stocking feet) on. But spring this on them right before they grab their bags to get on the shuttle home? They’ll probably still help, because they love you, but some grumbling is also pretty guaranteed. I mean, I can break down chairs until the cows come home, but if I find out I have to do it after I’ve already started preparing myself to go home to take a bubble bath?

The enthusiasm level is going to be on the waning side. This goes doubly for your family and your wedding party—the more you let them know in advance what your expectations are, whether that’s, We really did want you to just be guests and enjoy yourselves,” or “We’re going to have a ton of things we’ll need help with and would appreciate all hands on deck,” the more people are going to be in the right mood and mindset to both act and enjoy themselves accordingly.

It’s an unfortunate situation that I’ve seen happen at too many perfectly good wedding receptions. The hosts shell out a ton of money on music, food and flowers, only to have the guests eat and run well before the party is over. This might not seem like much of a catastrophe until you realize that only a handful of people remain to toss rice at the happy couple.

There’s often a lot of lag time between key events at a wedding reception, so guests who tire easily, don’t enjoy dancing or don’t know many other people there get bored and leave.

Fortunately for party animal brides, it’s absolutely possible to keep your reception hopping until the last dance is over. All you need is a little bit of planning expertise and some creative ideas. Extra room in your budget doesn’t hurt, either. Keep reading for some helpful pointers on reception entertainment that’ll make your event legendary for years to come.

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