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, thank you so much in helping Matt and I celebrate our wedding day. We had a wonderful experience and felt that you were able to provide us with everything we were looking for. Not only was the music great, you definitely provided an experience that kept the party going! You very much played the roll of Master of Ceremonies, your knowledge and experience surpassed our expectations and we wouldn’t hesitate recommending you.- Katie & Matt Whitlock