A brief note to attendees of the wedding,
In an attempt to further the creativity and enjoyment of the reception, two ideas are in the planning phase for
those who are interested in participating.
- Plan #1
- The first plan is to have a "one-minute talent exhibition". The tradition behind this is that, for the bride
and groom, this will be their night. For the night, they are (within reason) king and queen for the night. And, as
such, it is a mark of respect to perform in their honor. This would call for nothing extranvagent, anything from
singing to dancing to performing a skit to card tricks to something as simple jumping something other than rope: the
more creative and, especially, UNIQUE (yet family appropriate), the better. This will take place if we have
- Plan #2
- The second plan is to do some improvisation. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept, it is the
art of performing without knowing ahead of time what you will be performing; no lines to memorize, no auditions
required. Traditionally, if you can think quickly and if you're creative, you'll do fine. If someone has at some point
called you insane, you'll do even better. This will also take place if we have nough interest.
If you are interested in having fun and participating in one (or both) of the tentative activities, please contact . . .
- Amy & Christopher, Bride & Groom, by including a note with your confirmation of attendence
- If you are interested in participating in Plan #1...
- Please include your name, what you plan to do (or if you'd prefer it a secret), and any special considerations (time, open floor space, table space, etc.) that you would need in your e-mail or note.
- If you are interested in participating in Plan #2...
- Please include your name with your e-mail or note.
Thank you very much for your interest, and I look forward to hearing from you!