Roll up! Roll up! Embrace the fun of the fair and give your guests something to get excited about. We’re not necessarily talking about white-faced clowns with big red noses here but the circus theme is a great way of injecting lots of colour, sparkle and drama into your big day.
With popcorn or cotton candy carts at the entrance, you’ll be preparing your guests for a good show. Magicians, acrobats and fire-eaters are just the beginning. Pucker up and hire a kissing booth and, if your venue allows, a vintage carousel to make it a truly authentic experience.
If you’re going the whole-hog there’s got to be colourful bunting, giant balloons, ribbons and sequins everywhere you look; it’s as much about the décor as it is the entertainment.
f you’ve opted for a winter wedding, then Christmas is an obvious theme, but you can do so much more than just putting up a Christmas tree. What could be more romantic than having carol singers performing your favourite Christmas songs during your reception, whilst guests are slowly sipping their mulled wine?
Embrace the magic and hire a close-up magician to wow your guests and if your venue allows, invite a few four-legged friends and have photos taken with Santa and his reindeer.
If you’re inviting children to your wedding, keep them entertained by having a craft table. Get them to decorate baubles or give them gingerbread men to ice (if they last that long!). You can make it into a competition and give the winner a special Christmas present at the end of the day.