What would you think of a magician for an afternoon reception? Too cheesy? We are having an early ceremony, a brunch afterwards and would like to provide a little light entertainment if possible. We have some out of town (1 1/2 hours away) guests who we’d like to make it worth their while to come into town and don’t want to make them come for just a quick ceremony and a short brunch. Any other ideas would be appreaciated too. My fiance and I have seen this paticular magician perform at a festival and as adults we found him really entertaining as did all the children. What do you think? Ideas or other suggestions?
I’m not down with the magician and would find it extremely odd at a wedding unless the couple was totally into magic or there was a carnival theme. I understand wanting to entertain guests, but honestly, it’s a wedding not a kids birthday party. Maybe you could put together some fun games of sorts, or just have a little dance floor or something.
TBH, I think it’s a little too “kids birthday party” to have a magician at your wedding. What about having some other type of entertainment that fits more with your theme. Like jessiesdream suggested, lawn games would be fun.
Hi I think magician is a great idea. This Guy performed at my frinds wedding in Chigwell over a year ago. Best I had ever seen. Really added something to the wedding the crowd went nuts, he is not a tacky child entertainer kind of magician, he is kind of uber cool and soft spoken. I saw him recently at a club in the west end called cique du soir. I kept his card his email is [email protected]. Can’t remeber what agency he is with
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