Reception Guide for the Marriage of:

Reception Date: *
Reception Date:
Location details:
Reception Location: *
Reception Location:
Start Time: *
Start Time:
Your est. arrival/introduction time:
Your est. arrival/introduction time:
End Time: *
End Time:
NOTE: Please list, in proper order, only those you wish to have introduced. Helpful idea: Parents & children could be acknowledged from where they may already be seated.
Bridal Party:
Artist / Song Title
Reception Format:
Let us know of any special considerations for your reception. Birthdays/Anniversaries/recognition, etc.
Artist / Song Title
Would you like a Father & Bride Dance?
Artist / Song Title
Would you like a Mother & Groom Dance?
Artist / Song Title
Please give us details on any other 'Formal Dedication Dances' you would like to have with close family or friends.
Would you like a Bridal Party Dance?
Would you like your guests to join in during the middle of the song?
Would you like to honor other Married Couples with an 'Anniversary Dance?'
The Anniversary Dance is a great way to honor those who have been married for many years. We know who’s been married the shortest, now; let’s find out who has been married the longest.
$ Dollar Dance $ ?
The Dollar Dance gives everyone a chance to dance with the honored couple. All the guests need is at least a Dollar (of course, more can be accepted). Great way to get some extra Honeymoon money! Various songs played.
Bouquet Toss?
Garter Toss?
What do you love to dance to? Tell us, and we'll play the best ones during open dancing.
If you have questions, or have special instructions, please let us know. We're here to help.
Were you referred to us by a friend? :)
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