It doesn’t matter how large or small your wedding will be – it doesn’t even matter what type of wedding you want, in the end. As the bride and groom, you DEFINITELY want people to feel good attending the Big Day – and you want this regardless of how young or not-so-young they may be.
How do you provide entertainment for all ages at your wedding? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
- The (very) young. If you decide to invite children at your wedding, you must make sure they are really well-entertained. This will make them happy, but it will also allow their parents to feel better during the wedding, knowing their little ones are safe. Games, hiring a sitter or a professional kids’ entertainer, giving the young ones tasks (such as shooting pictures with disposable cameras) – there are plenty of things you can do to make sure the children are really happy (and busy).
- The young. Millennials and generations that are closer to you don’t care that much about the luxury of the wedding – but they will always care about the good music and good food. Invest in these key wedding elements if you want your young guests to have some real fun at your Big Day!
- The not so young. Parents, grandparents, aunties – there will be a lot of family attending your wedding. They too want to celebrate this wonderful event and they definitely want to have fun! Play music from different decades to make sure you “catch” these guests on the dance floor – but also make sure you don’t play any kind of inappropriate songs.
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