Are you tired of the same weddings, over and over again? Are you hoping your wedding can have a unique touch? Or have a wild interactive element?
This year, it’s all about involving your guests as much as you can at your wedding, and making sure your wedding is interactive and FUN! Here’s a few ideas to get you started:
1. Have a canvas ready for all your guests to get artistic. It will be an original idea to keep them entertained until the festivities begin, and it can make for an excellent art piece for you to keep as a souvenir.
2. Add an interactive touch to the table settings by creating a crossword puzzle, or a quiz that your family and friends can answer according to how well they know you. Questions can include how the two of you met, where he proposed, what do they think your future children are going to be called, etc.
3. Instead of having a slideshow that has pictures of the bride and groom, interact with guests by playing a slideshow with pictures of them! They will appreciate their involvement in your wedding, and stories from the pictures can make for an excellent dinner conversation among family and friends.
4. Photo & video booths are the latest trend! They are making an appearance at many weddings this year, and we have already discussed them in an article we posted on photos and vidoe trends for your wedding!
5.You can make yours stand out by bringing along some funny props for guests so that they can have more fun and let loose.
6.Are you having a buffet or food stations at your wedding? How about incorporating interactive food stations? You can ask your caterers if they could add a make-your-own-pizza station, have guests create their own crepes, or have a live Mexican station where guests can make their own fajitas and tacos.
7.Another idea with making food more interactive is having a popcorn, peanuts or candy floss station. This way, guests can walk to the station during the wedding party and get their own snacks.
8.Upon getting the wedding invitation, ask your guests to do something while they RSVP. Have them suggest a song they’d like to dance to during the wedding, or write a word that describes how they feel about this happy occasion.
9.Instead of a toast, ask your guests to tweet or update their Facebook status to include something about your wedding!