(Closed) Alternatives to Dancing at Wedding Reception

posted 3 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
28 posts
  • Wedding: October 2014

MKWeddingBee:  In this area, for muslim or mennonite weddings especially, you’ll see a lot of entertainers. Magicians seem to be a big hit but there are always fun musical groups out there too.

Post # 4
6151 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

MKWeddingBee:  I wouldn’t worry about planning anything, and if you’re open to the reception being shorter than 3 hours I would just let it happen organically. People will not expect dancing with a morning wedding nor will they probably expect any activities. I think you’ll most likely have your guests waiting on you following the ceremony, and if you join then for 20-30 minutes of mingling before sitting down to eat, you’ll be fine. I would venture to say that after eating you might have 30min – 1 hour of mingling before people will start to leave. As a wedding photographer, whenever I have morning weddings they typically have a brunch reception afterwards. More often than not, after the meal is finished there is a little bit of mingling and then people start to head out.

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