Here’s How To Have A Full Dance Floor at your Chicago Wedding.
You can have an intimate affair, a huge packed house, or anything you want! But will you have a full dance floor?
How To Have A Full Dance Floor
Most brides want to have a fun party. Dancing is a huge part of that. If you don’t think your guests are the dancing type you’ll want to plan other things to entertain them and make it memorable for everyone.
And if you want to have a great party you know that it will be:
- Lots of fun. Some of the funnest (and funniest) moments happen on the dance floor.
- A Better celebration. If this were just a dinner you could take everyone to a nice restaurant and have a meal. Your guests are there to help you celebrate. Together.
- You want more memories. Believe me, you will look back on this party with the best of memories. But only if you do it right. Here’s how:
Building a dance floor starts from the moments guests enter the room. Create an atmosphere that invites them into a party that they won’t want to leave. Some Banquet Halls are not into the full concept of atmosphere, they are in the food business. Some Photographers are more interested in getting all the pics they need and leaving as early as they can. Don’t wait to create the right setting. And don’t let your team member crush your plan. Not for one second.
Including everyone means music for all genres. And if you’re LUCKY, you’ll have guests that, like you, will dance to ANYTHING. It’s rare. Most weddings have pockets of people that like pockets of music. A couple of times in the night those segments will intersect. Who needs a party pooper coming up to you on the dance floor, stopping your party mode, to say goodbye because they’re leaving early. Not you. Guests invited to your wedding that won’t join in are BORING.
Bride & Groom Must Dance Till You Drop
Don’t have your groom disappear for half the night to do shots and smoke cigars in the parking lot. He can do that another time (bachelor party?). You want to dance, and so should your groom.
So if you decide that you’ll be dancing you’d better pace yourself. This is going to be a marathon.
But it doesn’t have to go on forever.
Less is more. You want more? Have an After Party. If you wanted your wedding to be a drinking party, you’d invite everyone to a bar. End your party where most of your guests are still there and dancing. If your guests don’t truly care for your celebration, they’ll drop their envelope with your gift and leave early. Reward the guests that stay by including everyone. And create some special surprises to keep them engaged. Save the rest for your VIP After Party.
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