A Perfect Special Day

We like to share comments and feedback we receive from our brides.  One from the bride and one from the mother of the bride!

Thank you so very much for all of your help and efforts with our celebration. Michael and I had a blast! Your team and staff did a great job and made the event awesome. We could not have asked for a better day or time at the Warrington.


Nicole Hughes

A big thank you to you and all the WCC staff. Once again, I was very pleased with the reception. All our guests can’t stop raving about the food from start to finish. That makes me feel good and all at WCC should be very pleased and proud as well. My only regret, as I’m sure most feel, is the time went by so fast. I’m sure even if you had a 10 hour reception it still would seem to go by too fast. All at WCC had a part in making Nicole and Michael’s special day so perfect and magical. That makes me, and them, very happy.

Thanks again

Theresa Catanzaro

Wedding Reception Entertainment Ideas

No one wants their guests just sitting at their reception. You want everyone to have fun, laugh, socialize and all around have a memorable time. Something that is distinctive and enjoyable all at the same time. Here are our top Five that will be sure to have your guests laughing and having fun:

  1. You can rent a photo booth and some props. Get a big scrapbook and have the guests go in to the booth get pictures done place one in the book and they get to keep the other one.
  2. Have a magician there.
  3. Rent a karaoke machine and have everyone do some singing.
  4. Hire a comedian.
  5. Do the limbo.

Some fun ideas that will have you and all of your guests talking about your reception forever, and always take pictures so you have something to look back on.

Contact us for more information on your Bucks County Wedding Reception.

Wedding Reception Conversation Starters

Bucks County WeddingThere is a long list of conversation starters out there from Guestbook to Fill-in-the-Blank. Our favorite, however, is a Song and Dance Starter.

Instead of numbering the tables, designate a song title to each one. When that song is played, the entire table gets up and dances. Have your band or DJ play these songs throughout the reception and then ask the guests at that table to hit the dance floor. Print the titles on card stock and place at each table for this ‘Table Dance Game’ then have the DJ incorporate these songs into the play list. You may want to consult with the band or DJ for songs they find to be ‘surefire’ dance songs.

These and other conversation starters are shown in detail at MarthatStewartWeddings.com