(Closed) How to make a "formal" evening wedding FUN/unique for guests?

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 4
8947 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

The photo idea sounds great, kind of like a photo booth, which I love at weddings. Will there be dancing? Even very formal weddings usually have dancing, and that’s always fun. 

Post # 6
525 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

Photobooths are always fun (and can double as favors).  Another fun idea is a caricature artist.  If people smoke, a cigar roller is also something fun and interesting.   I’m trying to think of more but I’m having a mental block..I’ll update if I think of more!

Post # 7
4998 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I’m having a pretty formal wedding with no “activities” aside from a candy bar, but we hired a very well-known highly recommended band that are supposed to be wonderful. So we don’t really need anything else because they will take care of everything! The band was expensive, but a DJ + photo booth or something would have been the same price anyway. 

Post # 8
516 posts
Busy bee

First of all, fab venue!

I thought photobooths were way overdone . . . until my best friend had one at her wedding.  It was a blast.

But since that’s already been mentioned, I definitely see space at your venue for at least one of the following:

Cigar rolling

Casino table (or 2)

I know what you mean about non-dancers . . . sometimes people who don’t dance eat dinner and then split, so it’s nice to have an alternative activity to keep them around!




Post # 9
3139 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

We attended my friends wedding this weekend and the venue sounds the same as hers, it was beautiful. She had a groupon photobooth too everyone loved it. That with a dj is great, I like some of the other ideas cigar roller. Also the shoe game, that was so cute 

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