Wedding party ideas don’t have to be boring – from the traditional to the quirky. From simple DIY projects to fun games, you can find a wedding party activity that will delight all your guests. From horseshoes to ice cream trucks, you can find an activity that’s sure to be remembered for years.
If you’d prefer a more casual party, karaoke is a fun activity that will add to the celebration. You can either hire a karaoke DJ, or arrange for a pop-up karaoke booth. Organizing a sporting event at the venue is also a fun way to make the evening fun. Guests can divide into teams and compete against each other.
For a fairytale feel, consider using a fairytale-themed theme. Using greenery centrepieces with crystal candle holders and porcelain bird figurines can give the atmosphere a fairytale feel. To further add to the fairytale look, use antique-style utensils and white plates. Another creative idea is to display travel photos as a collage at the entrance or welcome table. The photographs can be used as party favours or to direct guests to their seats.
Personalized gifts and decorations are another way to create an unforgettable entertainment experience. A personalized mason jar is a lovely take-home gift for your guests, and monogrammed planters adorned with the newlyweds’ initials are also a cute idea. You can even plant a favorite houseplant in them – a unique way to thank your guests.
Fire performers are another entertaining option. These fire entertainers use hula hoops, juggling tricks, fire poi, and even fire eating! Fire performers can also be fun activities for kids at a wedding. Moreover, they can entertain your guests with a funny dance at the end of the party. Aside from the fire show, you can also offer wedding favors in the form of fireworks. This is a unique way to thank your guests and remember the wedding day with them.
Another great idea is an edible wedding bouquet. This not only reduces waste and costs but also adds a personal touch to your celebration. For your wedding guests, you can make cotton candy or lollipop “bouquets” using edible materials. Then you can distribute these on the dance floor – your guests will love them!
Besides displaying wedding cake and favors, you can also present a table setting with desserts. You can decorate it in vintage or modern styles to complement your theme. You can also serve desserts in unusual containers – like jars, glasses, and even shot glasses. For instance, if the groom and bride are both fond of cheese, you can serve delicious cheesecakes.
Aside from using old-fashioned signs to decorate the tables, dessert tables can be decorated with simple signs made of wood, glass, or chalkboards. You can also make these signs in large shapes and write messages on them.