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Don’t have one particular type of music. There are many different types of people in world. And yes, they include your family and friends. For example, bride and groom may love country music. It doesn’t mean you have to play country music whole night. There is a lot of celebration music besides what you like.
Start food line or meal as soon as possible. Guests plan their meal times day of your wedding around your reception. Guest will not eat a big meal before your wedding because they know they will be eating at your reception. Don’t starve them.
Know what it will cost you if reception goes into overtime. Ask reception facility exactly how long you have hall to rent and what time you must be out. Please allow time for cleanup if you are ones doing it. What is overtime charge for facility, music entertainment, photography, etc?
Greet and say hello to all your guests. Finally and most importantly, greet all your guests. Make an effort to have a conversation with each and every person. They are there to celebrate your marriage. Give them common courtesy of thanking them for coming to your wedding.
Don’t get drunk and obnoxious. Keep in mind only time brides and grooms eat during wedding day rituals are at wedding reception. There’s not much food in your stomach and alcohol will affect you much faster. Try and eat throughout day and watch how much you drink. You want your guests to remember how beautiful bride looked, not how you acted.
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