Traditionally served at the reception after a hearty meal and a few gregarious toasts, the wedding cake is a staple of the wedding celebration. In the past the cake was produced as a way of proffering good luck to the wedding guests and the happy couple. Nowadays the cake often takes center stage
If you are hosting a wedding or party you will want to make it a celebration to remember, what better way to do that than to hire an amazing and unique entertainer to make your day or night go off with a bang. A singer will get your guests tapping their feet and a band or DJ will have them up dancing, but how about something a little different, something that will add je ne sais quoi to the proceedings.
Your wonderful wedding guests have showered you with love and affection all day long. They’ve beamed at you as you exchanged vows, taken photographs, thrown confetti and danced the evening away with you. On top of that they have voyaged from far and wide to be with you, and spent a small fortune on travel, their outfits and a very generous wedding gift. So, it’s only fitting that in addition to formally thanking them for their attendance you also offer a small token of your appreciation for their love and support on your big day.
Last year, the average U.S wedding cost around $30,000 with approximately 140 guests attending to enjoy the special day with the bride and groom. That’s a lot of hard earned dollars to sink into a celebration, so how do you make sure you get value for the money and end up with the wedding of your dreams?
If you are busy thinking about your wedding you have probably got lots of wonderful ideas about the big day itself. There’s so much to discuss and decide on – what date to get hitched, where to tie the knot, and tons of other important stuff that is required to ensure your wedding goes off with a bang. What with outfits, flowers, and cakes, the list seems endless, and at the back of your mind you realize that your wedding day is going to cost quite a few dollars!
If you have been with your fiancé for some time chances are you already have cupboards full of glasses, stacks of fluffy towels, a mountain of pots and pans and enough photo-frames to showcase every one of your cutesy couple pics. You don’t want to sound like you are being ungrateful, but you really don’t want or need any more household whatnots. So, what do you request for your wedding day gift?
How about this for a bizarre concept? Wedding guests arrive at the wedding venue and witness the whole amazing day through their own eyes, not through the lens of their cameras or mobile phones. No click-click-clicking or standing up and leaning over Great Auntie’s colossal hat trying to get the perfect shot. Just total, uninterrupted enjoyment of the wedding, live and happening right there in front of their eyes.