Fun alternatives to clinking glasses

Fun Alternatives to Clinking Glasses Wedding planning advice from some of the best wedding planners in Niagara-Hamilton There are plenty of fun alternatives to clinking glasses to get the bride and groom to kiss. We asked some of the best wedding planners in Niagara-Hamilton to share some of their favourites: “This is becoming one tradition […]

Fun Alternatives to Clinking Glasses

Wedding planning advice from some of the best wedding planners in Niagara-Hamilton

There are plenty of fun alternatives to clinking glasses to get the bride and groom to kiss. We asked some of the best wedding planners in Niagara-Hamilton to share some of their favourites:

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“This is becoming one tradition that I have noticed more and more couples are choosing to eliminate from their day. If you wanted to keep your day traditional, a fun alternative could be having your guests answer trivia questions about you – it encourages interactions between your guests at their tables while they try and come up with the answer.”

 

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“To be honest, I see this trend less and less at weddings. That being said, if a couple wants this I always ask them about their interests as a couple and individually. If the groom is a golfer, a mini-putting green is fun. If the couple likes a certain TV show, say, Friends, then they could have their guests answer a trivia question about that show. Again, I like to encourage the couples I work with to include a bit of themselves in as many aspects of the wedding as they can to make it truly ‘them’.”

– Niagara-Hamilton Wedding Planner Jackie from Jackie Penner Events


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“I love the clinking glasses as it is a classic tradition. I have also seen couples request that anyone that wants to see them kiss must come to the microphone and sing a love song. This is a cute alternative and becomes more involving for guests to partake in a little karaoke.”

– (updated) Toronto Wedding Planner Jessica from Bride’s Butler

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