(Closed) Alternatives to Reception Entertainment

posted 3 years ago in Reception
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  • Wedding: June 2015

We had music from the computer and rented speakers.  We also brought some games b/c it was supposed to be pretty nasty weather, plus a football and frisbee in case it was nice.  The two latter got a little use before the rains came in.  No one touched the games.  Honestly everyone seemed really happy to just hang out, eat food and chat with each other.

One of my cousins had a bluegrass fiddler for his wedding ceremony, which I really enjoyed.  My bestie brought someone in who knew how to dance and taught people a few dances to get them on the floor – foxtrot, waltz, stuff like that.  Aside from the ubiquitous photobooth of recent weddings, I haven’t seen anything else unique.

I feel like watching a live performer would keep people from being able to socialize – I’d feel rude chatting while a soloist is singing or a band is playing specific songs, you know?  And that would ruin my wedding fun as I enjoy that aspect the most.

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