May 23, 2014
Want some ideas that aren’t simply hiring DJs and bands for your wedding? Looking to spice up the big day with a bit more than just Sinatra covers? Trying to think of a way to make your wedding theme work with your entertainment? Or do you simply want to see what other couples have included in their wedding to make it stand out?
Well, that's a lot of questions to ask – but to try and answer some of them, here are 10 pretty unconventional wedding entertainment ideas that you may haven't thought of yet.
Ice cream van
‘OH MY GOD IS THAT AN ICE CREAM VAN?!’ shouts your mother in law – forming a new bond previously scuppered by wedding plan disagreements and "unintentional" faux pas. A great idea to get guests out and about in the sunshine. Photo via Eliza Claire.
A mind reader
Find out if your bridesmaids actually liked their dresses with a mind reader. OK, maybe that’s a bad example, but having a strolling psychic could be a great way to break the ice with some home-truths and get guests having a great time at your wedding.
A wedding without at least two fires is considered a dull affair, in my eyes at least. Make your wedding day one to remember with a firebreathing artist, though make sure your dress is out of the way so it's for the right reasons. Photo via Swamprabbit.
Keep the heat on your guests and join in and dance with some Brazilian body-shakers. They're great fun for encouraging your guests to get on the dance floor and move their hips at your reception.
Not just confined to Doritos adverts, a mariachi band is a great way to keep your guests in a party mood from the ceremony through to the reception. Photo via Onethousandwords.
A bouncy castle
Who wouldn't love a bouncy castle at your wedding? Just make sure your bridesmaids take off their heels first. Photo via Vanishing Moments.
Hiring a caricaturist is a really fun idea for a wedding to give your guests something to take away with them, but make sure you grab pictures of all the caricatures your artist makes! Photo via A Colorado Courtship.
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