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Jul 14

No One Likes Being Bored At A Wedding

Have you ever been to a wedding that was so boring you could hardly stand it? Maybe by the time that the tungsten wedding bands were exchanged, you already felt as though you had been at the wedding for two days. Let’s face it, this is an unpleasant feeling and one that should be avoided. Your guests shouldn’t have to suffer this sort of boredom either. Here are a few ideas for how you could handle the boredom of a wedding.

Some of your guests may not know anyone at your wedding. A great way to make people feel more comfortable is to make sure that guests have something to do. During the ceremony, they will be entertained by watching you exchange your vows. Before the ceremony, however, problems can occur if you do not have anything to keep your guests occupied.

Reading Material. Some simple reading material can go a long way to keep people from being completely bored. The material could be a compilation of material concerning the wedding, where the wedding is occurring, who is providing the catering, fun facts about the bride and groom or any other facts that you might want to include. The main point is to give people something to do other than stare at a wall.

Games for the Kids. Children often feel as though sitting around and waiting is about as bad as life can get. This means that they might not be too concerned with the fact that it’s your wedding day. Giving children age appropriate games or toys is a great way to keep children from feeling bored. Relaxed occupied children mean relaxed parents. Keep this in mind when you have your wedding. It will decrease the chances of having your wedding interrupted by an anxious child.

A great way to determine the best way to entertain your wedding guests is to think back on weddings that you have attended in the past. What was fun? What was a little boring? What ideas can you incorporate into your wedding to make the experience enjoyable for everyone involved? Use these ideas to create a fun wedding for all of your guests.

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