Post # 1
I’ve been doing a little research and wondered what other ways people have used to get the Bride and Groom to kiss rather than clinking glasses with a knife or a bell. To me, the glasses are nice but too over done where bells (which I’ll use if I can’t find anything else) can be equally as annoying…no offence to anyone! My cousin used those clappers that people usually put in kids goodie bags and even though those were awesome, they are too casual for us.
So what did you use/going to use? I’d prefer something that will already be on the table but I’m open to anything!
Post # 3
Airhorns? haha, kidding, I honestly have no clue
Post # 4
Oh, you want a noise maker… Well, I can’t really help with noise makers (although you could google “noise maker”), but another cute idea I heard was the couple had a microphone, and I think maybe even a karaoke machine, and you had to sing a song about Love to get them to kiss. It’d cut down on the kissing too if that sort of thing bugs you, but you’d also probably have to serve alcohol to get people to do it! 🙂
Post # 5
@ktisthatbees: Haha that made me laugh pretty good!
I only just remembered that we are having plastic cutlery and plastic wine glasses so clinking won’t be a great option LOL
Post # 6
In my culture if people want the couple to kiss they have to pick up their glasses full of alcohol and yell “bitter! bitter!” The couple will kiss to “sweeten” the alcohol and the people yelling have to drink whatever is in their glass. This is usually done with shots,(I’m Russian, we love our Vodka!).
Post # 7
@Meowkers: Ooo that would definatly be fun to be apart of it!
Post # 8
There was just a thread on this. Here is the link:
Great ideas on how to do other than clinking
Post # 9
I was at a wedding where a table of guests had to get up and sing a song with the word “love” in it. It was fun, but you would need outgoing guests.