Best Funny Wedding Videos 2016




Sure, the ceremony is the most important part of the day for you and your partner, but the reception is what your guests are most looking forward to. Make the reception celebration memorable and personal, and plan a night your guests won’t forget. Still looking for your dream reception space?

All eyes will be on you during your first dance, which means it’s the perfect opportunity to shock your guests. Imagine starting with a slow dance to “At Last” and then suddenly switching to a fast, sexy Latin dance or a jazzy swing step. It’ll totally throw your guests for a loop and set the tone for a lively dance party.

No one wants to throw a total snooze-fest wedding or bore their guests to tears. No worries though; there are a ton of super offbeat and inexpensive wedding entertainment ideas that’ll make your guests remember your wedding for years!

From bounce houses and circus performers to mechanical bull rides and wedding video scavenger hunt, I went on the hunt for real brides and wedding experts’ most favorite and original ways to make sure that your wedding is the party of the year! Read the tips for real brides and wedding experts below, and take a gander at the “7 Fun Things To Do at a Wedding” infographic at the bottom!

To keep the little ones entertained throughout the night (and to give their parents an opportunity to hit the dance floor), have an area specifically for them. In a separate room, arrange for a babysitter who can set up movies for them to watch. Or designate a couple tables just for the kids and pack them with coloring books, crayons and small toys.

With dueling pianos as a wedding entertainment rather than just a wedding band, you get a larger variety of music, plus all the interactivity you want. Guests are able to make requests, play games, plus roasts and toasts if desired. The typical wedding band will know hundreds of songs. A great dueling pianos show will know THOUSANDS.

As meaningful and wonderful as toasts can be, it’s important that you don’t let those toasting to drone on and on. Quite frankly, it’ll put a lull in the evening. When it comes to toasts, it’s really all about quality over quantity. So direct anyone who is speaking in advance to keep their speeches to two minutes max and ask them to share any other long, drawn-out stories at a prewedding party like the rehearsal dinner.

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