A Quick Guide on How to Look After Your Wedding Guests

Congratulations, you're getting married! And as you plan for your big day, it's important to remember that your guests are a big part of your celebration. After all, without them, who would you have to embarrass yourself on the dance floor in front of?

So, in the spirit of keeping your guests happy and well-cared for, here are some tips on how to look after your wedding guests. And because weddings can be stressful, I'll be delivering these tips with a healthy dose of humor.

Provide Clear Directions and Timelines
Let's face it, some of your guests may not be the most technologically savvy. So, it's important to provide clear directions and timelines for your wedding day. This means including detailed directions to your venue and a timeline of events, so your guests know where to go and when. And if all else fails, just tell them to follow the sound of the terrible wedding singer.

Keep Them Fed and Watered
One of the most important things you can do for your guests is to keep them fed and watered. No one wants to be hangry at a wedding, so make sure you have plenty of food and drinks available. And if you really want to impress them, consider having a late-night snack station or a dessert bar. Just make sure to have enough for everyone, or else you'll have some hangry guests on your hands.

Keep Them Entertained
Let's be honest, weddings can be long and boring, especially for guests who don't know anyone else there. So, it's important to keep your guests entertained. This can mean having a photo booth, lawn games, or even a surprise performance by a mariachi band. Just make sure to keep it tasteful and not too over-the-top, or else you'll have a rowdy group of guests on your hands.

Make Sure They're Comfortable
Weddings can be uncomfortable, especially if they're held outside in the middle of summer. So, it's important to make sure your guests are comfortable. This means providing shade, fans, or even parasols for outdoor weddings, and plenty of seating and air conditioning for indoor weddings. And if you really want to go the extra mile, consider providing flip flops for the dance floor, so your guests can dance the night away in comfort.

Provide Transportation
No one wants to be the designated driver at a wedding. So, it's important to provide transportation for your guests, especially if your venue is out of town. This can mean hiring a shuttle bus or even just providing a list of local cab companies. Just make sure your guests have a safe way to get home, or else you'll have some very grumpy guests on your hands.

In conclusion, taking care of your wedding guests is an important part of planning your big day. By providing clear directions and timelines, keeping them fed and watered, keeping them entertained, making sure they're comfortable, and providing transportation, you can ensure that your guests have a great time and that your wedding day is a memorable one. And who knows, maybe they'll even forgive you for choosing that terrible wedding singer.