The term ‘Bridezilla’ is often branded about too easily these days. And getting stressed over the perfect big day is all too easy. However, your wedding day should be the best, most enjoyable day of your life. So whether the planning and preparation was hectic or a breeze, you deserve to have some fun on the day! And no matter how old you are, good, old fashioned fun and games always put a smile on guests faces; as well as yours! It’s time to have a FUN wedding.
Photo Props: Whether you use our vintage suitcase bursting with fun photo props to make some unique and hilarious photos of you and your guests, or you bring your own moustaches, comedy glasses, hats and more, it’s a great way to get some natural shots and gorgeous laughter of everyone on the day.
Bingo!: Creating your own bingo cards is very easy, and you can personalise it for guests to look out for things like “child sliding on their knees on the dancefloor”, “groom fiddling with wedding ring” or “sneaky kiss between bride and groom”. Make it easy or hard for your guests, and whether you give them a prize or not for getting a full house, it’s a fun way to give a nod to those big and small moments throughout the day.
Fun Favours: Choosing the perfect wedding favour can be really difficult, so take the seriousness out of it and inject some fun! You could create a word search or crossword with clues and words all about you and your family. Again, no prizes necessary, but it’s a unique and personalised fun favour for everyone to enjoy.
Unique Keepsakes: Want something unique to remind you of your fun day? Grab a polaroid camera and get people to take cheeky selfies and pin them to a board or stick in a book with a short message. Create a jar for people to pop in their marriage advice for you to read through as time goes on. Or get a big poster printed of you both and have everyone sign their names all over it for you to hang in your hallway!
Of course your wedding day is important and every moment is special, but injecting a little bit of cheeky fun is easy to do and will make you and your guests smile on the day. Who said a wedding had to be completely serious? It’s YOUR day, so enjoy it!