If you’re planning a wedding, you’re probably wondering what your guests really care about. Is anyone really going to notice the potpourri in the bathroom or the ribbons on the wedding favors?
Here’s our handy guide to help you decide what to prioritize:
The seating chart
Telling your guests where to sit makes it easier for them, especially if it’s a large party where not everyone knows each other. Putting some thought into the seating chart—grouping guests by age, personality and/or how they know each other—will make for lively dinner conversation and a good time for all.
Whether you decide to go with a full bar, stick to beer and wine or serve signature cocktails, free-flowing drinks are one of the things your guests will enjoy most. Added bonus: the drinks will help get your dance floor going! Most of the time, your guests would prefer you skip extras like favors and allocate more of your budget toward the bar.
One of the things guests love most about weddings is getting down on the dance floor. Whether you pick a band or a DJ, hire a professional who knows how to create the right mood.
A personal greeting
Don’t think you can get away with giving a speech thanking everyone as a group! If people have taken the time (and in some cases, traveled) to attend your wedding, make time during the reception to thank them personally.
Nobody wants hangry guests. Ensure your guests are well-fed and having a great time by hiring a professional caterer like TJ’s Catering in Wisconsin. We’ll create a delicious menu that your guests will love and talk about for years to come. Contact us today to find out more!