5 Ways to Make Your Wedding More InteractiveLeave a Comment
Your wedding is one of the happiest events in your entire life – so it’s only natural to want your guests to feel just as joyful as you do. Sure, offering them great music, delicious foods and unique drinks will definitely help making them feel great at your wedding. But if you want to go beyond that, here are 5 ways to make your wedding more interactive:
- Oversized board games. Everyone loves board games – so why not bring oversized versions of your favorite ones at your wedding? People will enjoy playing some Jenga, some Chess or any other game you may rent for them – so this will definitely be a true success.
- Organize contests. Want to make people feel entertained and to include them in your Big Day? Organize some small contests with prizes throughout the wedding reception. For instance, you could give away prizes for the couple who’s been together the longest, for the person celebrating their birthday next, or for the group who pulls off the funniest photo booth picture.
- Create a wedding hashtag. Speaking of photos, if you want your guests to share social media pictures of your wedding, provide them with a unique hashtag that will bring everything together, under one “umbrella”. This will be fun for everyone – and it will also help you collect all the wedding photos after the Big Day.
- Plan some interactive dances. Want to make sure guests spend time on the dance floor at least for one or two dances? Plan some interactive dances that include everyone – guests will simply not be able to say “no” to this.
- Organize a scavenger hunt. If you are looking for something more active for your wedding entertainment, organize a scavenger hunt (keep it wedding-themed to add to the uniqueness of your Big Day). Guests will love engaging in this!
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