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    • CherylF72
      CommentTimeSep 9th 2016
    Is it feasible to have a wedding without a band or DJ? We would still have background music of course. Neither myself or my partner are into dancing and to be honest I can't imagine any worse than a first dance. We plan on having a summer fate theme with games etc but will that be enough to entertain people? I'm interested in people's opinions. What could we do to make sure everyone is entertained without a DJ or band? Is it possible?
    • MrsWeston-to-be
      CommentAuthorMrsWeston-to-beGot married 7 months ago
      CommentTimeSep 9th 2016
    If you don't want dancing, then don't have dancing. :-) IMO fete games like a coconut shy, splat the rat and a bouncy castle sound waaaay more fun anyway. :-D
    • Emily17
      CommentAuthorEmily17Got married 13 months ago
      CommentTimeSep 9th 2016
    My only thought is how late do you want it. How many people would want to be playing games all night but my second thought was that it would get people playing the games more so why not!

    I think as long as there us some background music you will be fine xxx

    Met in 2009
    He proposed Jan 2014
    Will become Mrs P 7th October 2017
    • MrsC2Be
      CommentAuthorMrsC2BeGot married 18 months ago
      CommentTimeSep 9th 2016
    what about having a duke box?! people can pick their own songs, keeps everyone entertained!! x

    Met In Lanzarote April 2013
    Engaged In Rome February 2016
    Getting Married In Scotland May 2017
    • StephanieM158
      CommentAuthorStephanieM158Got married 25 months ago
      CommentTimeSep 10th 2016
    Awww no do you what you want hun. Ive spent so much time worrying about everyone else ive forgotten why we are getting married in the first place. Its crazy.
    Oooohhh you go do one of those silent discos for the people who want to dance. :-D

    Met 2004
    Engaged 2014
    Getting Married 2016
    • MichelleC961
      CommentAuthorMichelleC961Got married 5 months ago
      CommentTimeSep 10th 2016 edited
    It depends what sort of day you are having and how late, do you have evening guests, do you have guests that like dancing? If people don't like dancing etc, just stick IP0d on so there is background music, people can chat and play games - it's your day, do what you feel suits you and don't fall into of 'it's normal at a wedding to have xxx'

    • EmmaM1435
      CommentAuthorEmmaM1435Got married 4 weeks ago
      CommentTimeSep 11th 2016
    My fiancée and I love music and dancing, but not everyone is the same, so go with what suits you. Your idea sounds like so much fun, and I'm sure your guests will be talking about for years to come!
    • CherylF72
      CommentTimeSep 12th 2016
    We are having a late afternoon ceremony so by the time photos and food is done there won't be a lot of time and it won't be a late wedding as a lot of the guess (including ourselves) have young children. I'm sure some of the guests would like to be able to dance but I'm hoping we can entertain them without them needing to. A jukebox might be a fun alternative.
    • CommentAuthorLizS23
      CommentTimeMay 11th 2018 edited
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