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Most weddings have more than 100 guests, and despite extensive planning, the success or failure of a reception can come down to a few important details. Having space for guests to hang up their coats, planning entertainment activities for the children, and making sure that tents and chairs are properly secured in case of rain or high winds: these are the details that can make — or break — any wedding.
About one-third of weddings have a buffet for guests at the reception following the service, while another third of weddings host a seated dinner with a more formal service. Sometimes, having extra chairs on hand and placing them near the dance floor can delight older guests, while giving children a place to rest in between dance numbers.
Some wedding planners recommend planning separate activities f (more…)
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