Wedding Entertainment

Do you want your wedding to be talked about forever? Like people talking about it 10-15 years later like it happened last week forever? Thought so. You can have the most beautiful wedding in the entire world, but if your guests don’t have a good time, there’s no way those comments 10 years later are going to be positive.

Don’t think you need to have fire breathers and acrobats in order to wow your guests, though. There are affordable ways to keep people entertained that won’t overshadow things like the important dances, cutting the cake and speeches.

Get you a DJ who can do both

Seriously, nothing ruins a mood faster than bad music. Hiring a DJ who is a good emcee is going to be some of the best money you’ve ever spent. They can keep the party going all night, so you don’t have to worry about your guests having fun.

Hey Wisconsin brides! For a good time, call Good Time Music Service. Since the company started in 2005, these DJs have logged thousands of hours of wedding time. They’re equal parts emcee, music provider and coordinator, which will allow your reception to run smoothly and your guests will be on the dance floor until they can’t dance anymore.

Rockford-based Hits DJ Service has over 15 years of experience with weddings and other events. That’s 15 years of playlists that make it hard for guests to leave at the end of the night. Need an emcee for your reception? No problem!

Say cheese!

Yeah, you already have a photographer for the day, but why not get a photobooth, too? Photobooths are still all the rage and those props make for hilarious keepsake pictures (especially if your guests have had a couple drinks). You can rent photobooths through DJs, like Hits DJ Service, or through photobooth companies.

Put on the feather boas and sunglasses and feel like a celebrity with Paparazzi Party Booths. This company has both closed and open photobooths for any event, and they provide you with digital copies of every photo taken. Can you say blackmail?

Premier Photobooth can capture moments in four pictures that you’re going to want to keep. Their booth can hold up to nine people, so squeeze together and let the hilarity ensue. Here’s an idea: have your guests put printed copies in a book and sign -- it’s a hysterical, personalized guest book!