A Summery, Lakeside Wedding in Michigan | Martha Stewart Weddings - After a cocktail hour on the lawn by the lake, where guests relaxed while a jazz band played, everyone moved towards the reception, entering the tent, which was framed by garlands of greenery and a pair of tiered topiaries.
At most wedding receptions, the main entertainment is in the form of a DJ or band. But what about guests who don't like to dance? Let's face it, a wedding reception can sometimes be a little boring for those folks. That's why we went on the hunt for easy party games you can add, ranging from individual projects to table games to group activities.
1. Make A PlaylistInstead of a live band or DJ, create a playlist of your favorite songs and rent a sound system. Have a backup phone (or two!) and be sure to have songs segue into the next. Put someone in charge of your phone who has a good sense of timing and technology. 2. Ditch The FlowersThere