The point of your wedding is to share your happiness with your friends and relatives. In fact, what you have to do is to make them happy or your wedding would not be perfect. Here's what to do to ensure your guests have a great time in your wedding.
Firstly, you have to choose the right day. Of course you could pick Super Bowl Sunday for your wedding, but don't be surprised if some of the groomsmen look a little, um, distracted during the ceremony. Trust us, your guests will be way happier if you avoid major holidays or national events where they might already have plans. You have to double- check the plans of your guests to make sure most of them are free that day.
FoodTwo big deals in wedding are eating and playing. So don’t let your guest disappointed with your food. Weddings guests are often very hungry when the time comes to eat, and if you offer them food they don't like, you are going to have a lot of unhappy guests.You can serve what you like, of course, but to keep your wedding guests happy, keep their tastes in mind as well. This doesn't mean you have to serve hamburgers and hotdogs, but make sure there are some widely loved foods on your menu, as well as a few kid friendly choices.
Traditions are important, but there are some things that guests have to go through that make them very uncomfortable. One huge issue that I have personally heard a lot of complaints about is the receiving line after the ceremony. I know what you are thinking, "It's tradition!" Yes, it is tradition, but that doesn't mean you can't tweak it a little to keep your wedding guests happy.Most of your guests will love congratulating you and your parents on your union, but how much do they really know about your bridesmaids and your groomsmen? You may want to leave them out of your receiving line. You may find that not only will this keep your wedding guests happy; your wedding attendants may be relieved as well. Many people just aren't good at forced interactions, and don't know what to say.