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#31 amandasalways

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    Posted 25 November 2010 - 11:03 AM

    Oh I also read somewhere about giving out maracas as your wedding favor, and it was the shaking of maracas that would make the couple kiss, very islandy...



    #32 karyan

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      Posted 28 November 2010 - 12:28 AM

      there are some really great ideas!

       

      Some weddings I've been to it's for guests to sing a song with a number in it (the bride and groom were accountants) and one bride had a donation box for a cancer charity and if you wanted the couple to kiss you had to donate a dollar into the box.

       

      After attending a wedding in Bangladesh (one of those 5 day affairs), I might try to give guests enough notice and say that if they want us to kiss, the have to do a dance routine. In Bangladesh and Northern Indian weddings, both the bride and groom have nights where there friends stand up and do 4 or 5 choreographed dance routines. It was sooooo cool and I would love to do something like that for our day.



      #33 Tessab123

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        Posted 29 November 2010 - 03:50 PM

        Instead of table numbers you can name tables with yours and hubbys favourite songs. My gf did this and it was really neat, all the songs were played through out dinner and all the guests had to listen for their song. as soon as their song was playing they were to get up and dance/cheer/sing along and the bride and groom would kiss... It was kind of cute and spaced out the amount of kisses which sometimes can be tooooo much at weddings, sometimes people get carried away with the whole clink clink and your necking your groom more than enjoying your wedding he he!


        22 and counting + bride and groom! ROR JAMAICA MAY 25, 2011




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