Your wedding guests deserve to be happy! After all, they have all gathered to celebrate your nuptials with you. Of course, you will have lovely décor and delectable food. However, is that enough to keep your guests happy?
With the addition of some little details, you can ensure that your guests will be very pleased at your wedding.
Here at Villa Russo, we believe that every wedding should be an event to remember! That’s why we have gathered some great ideals to assist you in keeping your wedding guests happy. If you are curious to learn what these ideas are, be sure to continue reading to discover more:
- Let them eat. Most weddings last quite a few hours. While you will of course have a delicious meal planned, dancing and hours passing can cause your guests to work up an appetite again. Consider offering a light night snack, a dessert or candy bar, or even some scrumptious favors. This way, your wedding guests can remain energized as they continue to enjoy the festivities.
- Let them drink. An open bar is a wonderful way to promote happiness within a wedding. An array of drinks will certainly please your guests! And, if you guests don’t drink, they can order a virgin version instead. To add even more fun, consider creating some signature drinks! Here are some great ideas for your Signature Drinks.
- Let them charge. We live in a word where social media and smart phones have taken over! Your guests will of course take part in your festivities, but most likely with their phones in their hands, sharing memories of your big day. However, after many hours, the battery life on their phones will begin to dwindle. Consider creating a charging station where your guests can refuel their phones, so that no special moment has to go undocumented.
With some minor touches, you can promote even more happiness for your wedding guests! These are just a few ideas to inspire you. Are you all set to hire your Queens, New York wedding venue? If so, please do not hesitate to contact us here at Villa Russo. We look forward to hosting your Queens wedding.