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Let me Entertain You


Wedding Blogger and photographer Sheryl Fish provides ideas on howto fill the ‘gaps’ at yourwedding


Weddings can be long days for every one. The day itself is sectioned up into 3minute parts:Ceremony, Wedding Breakfast and Evening Party. As a ‘professional people watcher’ AKAWedding Photographer, I see the gaps in between these parts as lulls,where, if too long, guests and children can get a little fidgety. Thewedding couple themselves have everybody they need to say hello to,wedding photos etc, but if you are not one of the


22 JUNE 2017 THECHELTONIAN


main part of thewedding party, I am sure youwould appreciate some entertainment! Amagician can inspirewonder


and fascinationwith dazzling tricks and illusions—and he or shewill be popular amongst all the family too! I absolutely love following around a magician,wowing at the tricks and capturing awed reactions from guests. If there are children attending your wedding you’llwant to ensure they


have something to do throughout the evening. That canmean anything fromproviding colouring books or board games to hiring child-friendly entertainment such as puppeteers, face painters, pantomime performers, or a bouncy castle. I have even seen pony rides being offered. Guaranteed to be fun for


everyone,with games at your wedding the possibilities are endless. Organise games such as croquet,


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