You just made it official, but your personalities don’t have to end with the flowers. Stage your personal style with interesting table centerpieces that describe you. These may include books, games, hobbies or any item/s that make you stand out. Don’t lose sight of the fact that your reception is a celebration; send a clear message to your guests that it’s ok to cut loose following your formal wedding ceremony (this, of course, assumes doing so fits your vision for your wedding reception). You might consider passing out crazy wedding favors to include masks, noisemakers and I have also observed silly string and the distribution of neckties that guests tied around their heads prior to cutting loose on the dance floor. Make it fun, make it you!
Jeff was absolutely wonderful! We had such a great time dancing at our reception. Jeff was a great announcer, very interactive, had great new and fun ideas (serenading a song instead of clinking glasses) and was able to keep the party going. I loved the new ways he got the whole crowd to participate and have fun. He also went above and beyond to help manage the ceremony as well by instructing everyone where to stand and when to walk. I was not expecting that much help, but he helped everything run smoothly. He was awesome at communicating with us throughout the reception and being flexible with the schedule. I had such a wonderful and positive experience and will definitely recommend to future brides! By far the best vendor I worked with for my wedding.- Christine & Travis Nardi