Your wedding will be such an extravagant celebration! After vowing your love to your partner, you will head to your reception to take part in many exciting activities. While you may have delicious food and gorgeous décor, you will primarily want to ensure that your guests are thoroughly entertained.

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Are you aware of some ways in which you can entertain your guests?

Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we love the opportunity to inspire brides and grooms planning their big day! That’s why we have gathered some entertainment ideas for your own wedding. To learn what these ideas are, be sure to continue reading:

·         Delicious Desserts. Your guests will come expecting to indulge in scrumptious wedding cake! However, you can amp up the sweetness even more with a dessert bar. Present a table full of sweets, showcasing candy, macaroons, doughnuts, and cupcakes, just to name a few, and let your guests fill up goodie bags to take home.

·         Music & Dancing. Hitting the dance floor is the main form of entertainment at any wedding. With a great sound, your guests will be moving their hips and tapping their toes. Different genres from different eras will certainly get your guests in a celebratory mood.

·         Wedding Traditions. There are so many traditions that you can showcase during your wedding reception. These traditions pose as a wonderful form of entertainment. Some of the top traditions that you can present are: the cake cutting ceremony, first dance, father/daughter dance, mother/son dance, garter toss, bouquet toss, and the last dance.

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A wedding is an incredibly festive event! These are just a few ways that you can entertain your guests. Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, as a wedding band in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we are honored to perform at weddings. Please contact us today to book your Philadelphia wedding band.

 

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