Nearly every bride will say something like, “I want a fun party with everyone on the dance floor”. Easy to say not easy to achieve as many a DJ has found to his/her cost. Adding a Party Pack is a very effective solution. This is not to everyone’s taste, but when deployed correctly, it is almost like turning on a switch.
A Party Pack is a “party in a box”. This comprises of a selection of novelty items like inflatable guitars, saxophones and microphones together with tambourines, maracas and a selection of party hats, boppers and wands. There is nothing unique about using inflatable props etc, to add a bit of fun to a party. However in this case, “it’s the way which we use them”, which gives the desired result.
Your Party Host will insist that all of these items are kept a secret. Only the bridal party will be aware of them. The evening reception will begin in the usual way, with the atmosphere being built slowly. The First Dance will be as romantic and personal as it is expected to be. Nobody will have a clue what is about to happen.
Imagine the surprise and astonishment, when a high – energy track like, “La Bamba” is played, alongside an invitation for the guests “to come join our party”. An army of helpers including venue staff, Bridesmaids, and Groomsmen will distribute the party pack amongst the guests. Mature, booted and suited men will have inflatable guitars thrust into their hands. Ladies will be given beachcomber hats and maracas. The music selections will continue with a set of, dare I say, cheesy party tunes. A Blues Brothers medley, followed by “Surfing USA”, “Rockin All Over The world” plus assorted tunes designed to compliment the props.
A Party Pack never fails to ignite a room and create a frenzy on the dance floor. The sight of all your guests, adorned with props, is amazing. Instantly people become aware that this is a fun party. It’s a celebration in every sense of the meaning of the word.
Everyone is guaranteed to have a good time!
A huge thank you to Harry Kilb for use of the above images. Text is taken from ‘Wedding Day Secrets’ by Derek Pengelly. Kindle edition available through Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wedding-Secrets-Industry-prefer-Brides-ebook/dp/B00EFB8SEA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1513289510&sr=8-1&keywords=wedding+day+secrets
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