It's easy to get a wee-bit obsessed during the wedding planning process. And even though my wedding has come and gone, I am still a tad bit obsessed with how to make weddings f-u-n.
No, making your wedding fun is not the single most important thing. First and foremost, your wedding should be profoundly focused on your love and the commitment you are about to make. That's the main thing.
But beyond that, I love thinking about how to create a meaningful and memorable party for one's nearest and dearest. That's why I'm thrilled with this e-mail from 2000dollarwedding kindred spirit, Kim:
Take a look at more pictures!We pulled out a basket full of fun hats and disguises when people were feeling "limber" on the , and that really got everyone going even more. Also, we rented a segway for the reception. I was skeptical (semi-embarassed) about this one, but it turned out to be an AMAZING part. It was even ridden in for a "grand entrance" down a soul train. Anyway, just thought you might want to add "segway rental" to the list of fun things to do at a wedding. It certainly stole the show.
I certainly will have to add that to the list of How to Have Fun at a Wedding. What a creative idea! I would have been the first in line to try it!