7 Ways to Entertain Your Guests WITHOUT a Dance Floor

It may come as a shock, but there is no requirement that your wedding involve food and dance. At a mid-morning brunch reception or if your party is small, for example, busting a move could seem strange. Or perhaps you and your future spouse aren’t big dancers. That’s perfectly OK! There are plenty more forms of entertainment for Movierulz VPN to consider on your special day.

  1. Construct a picture booth

This is one trend that we will never tyre of! Guests enjoy taking photos and having something tangible to take home at the end of the night. Additionally, while renting a photo booth is convenient and enjoyable, you can also get crafty and make your own with a festive backdrop.

  1. Hire a caricaturist who is an artist

Guests will queue to have their portrait drawn by a professional. Request that the artist include your monogram or another design from your wedding day, and the drawings can then be used as favours! Oh, and congrats on checking THAT off your to-do list. Do you have a lot of creative friends? Allow them to participate in the painting for a unique twist.

  1. Play games on the grass

Set up croquet, cornhole, or a volleyball net at your wedding to let your inner child out. You’re not holding a party outside? The most popular board games are always a success!

  1. Choose a cool musical performance to watch

If you still have a hankering for music or watching movies on 9xflix, find a more subtle way to incorporate it. But have a good time with it! Look for duelling pianos, a mariachi band, a barbershop quartet, or a singer-songwriter you like. It never hurts to inquire!

  1. Make a video game arcade.

Rent classic table games like ping pong, foosball, and billiards, as well as games you’d find in a throwback arcade, if you want to go for an old-school vibe (think pinball, Pac-Man, and Donkey Kong). If you want to keep the beeping and cheering away from the eating area, you may create a small lounge to hold the games.

  1. Let your food and drink serve as both entertainment and food.

Bring in food trucks to make supper more entertaining. A DIY sundae station (or waffles, s’mores, cheesecakes…the possibilities are unlimited!) may make dessert more memorable. Consider hiring a mixologist to create refreshing cocktails or a sommelier to lead a wine tasting.

  1. Decide on a theme for your gathering

Remember how much fun you had at those themed college parties? You’d get dressed up with all of your buddies and throw a party. Come up with a theme that necessitates unique (in a positive manner) activities and outfits. Are you planning a wedding with a carnival theme? There will be plenty of games and activities to pick from, and the decor will be spectacular. 

At the end of the night, guests will not want to leave a casino-themed reception. Have a conversation with your partner about the kinds of things you both enjoy…and have fun with it!

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