Wedding Planning is exhausting, exciting, stressful and exhilarating. Most folks can use all the help they can get. With that in mind, here are some fun and interesting wedding entertainment ideas to assist you with this massive undertaking.
Looking for whimsy and a distinctive way to record memories of your wedding? Hire a caricaturist for fun wedding portraits and guest pictures. Do a little research and find a character artist with a big personality who entertains your guests while they wait. Be sure to have your artist take pics of all the drawings for your wedding scrapbook.
Is your guest list filled with adventurous souls who like being part of the entertainment? Why not give them the gift of song – through karaoke. For the right crowd, it’s a great way to get the party rolling and the guests involved.
Will there be kids at the reception? Balloon animals are always a big hit. Some balloon twisters also offer face painting. Make sure you hire someone with a large repertoire so your guests won’t be limited to just a few choices.
Hire a Romance Psychic for a unique and entertaining experience for your guests. Whether or not you’re a believer, it’s different and it’s memorable. Go all out and select a physic who offers tarot readings, tea leaves, palmistry and even handwriting analysis.
Custom Photo Booth
Preserve memories of your wedding guests having a ball with the ever popular photo booth. There are hundreds of fun backdrops to choose from. A fun idea is the chalkboard backdrop that allows your guest to write personal messages, pics and doodles on the board for their photos. Props and accessories are always fun too!
Are you using an outdoor venue? Make the most of it! Organize some fun games like croquet, mini golf, supersize bowling or giant jenga. How about wedding game tug of war? The possibilities are virtually endless.
Are your guests party animals who know how to shake it up on the dance floor? (Or merely think they do?) Organize a friendly dance contest. Notify your guests in advance so they can decide if they want to participate and prepare. Allow sole performances, duos and groups for variety and optimum entertainment.