WEDDING DAY can be quite chaotic if you don’t plan every little detail.
But this former bride shared how she was able to take pictures with each of her guests and not be interrupted mid-dinner.
On social media videotapesalready watched over 699.3k times, Betsy Tannenbaum, make sure that by using this wedding hack, she, her groom and her photographers alike can eat – one thing tends to never happen.
The married woman has warned other brides that her method won’t work if you’re dining on the spot.
However, if you’re hosting a buffet or a chef’s table dinner for a wedding, you should consider hacking.
Her strategy: “When ordering tables, ask each table to go to the dance floor, where the bride and groom are standing to take pictures and greet each guest.
“So by the time everyone has dinner, you’re not just talking to each guest, but taking pictures with each guest.
“And you can enjoy the rest of the night and no one feels like they have to interrupt you.”
Betsy admits to following the same method for her own wedding and has no idea what happened to her and the groom.
“It was amazing,” she assured.
However, that’s not the only tip she has up her sleeve.
If you’re planning to follow the same strategy for your wedding, she suggests making sure to arrange the tables based on the groups of people you want to photograph together.
She ended the clip: “Nothing.”
The brides feel grateful that Betsy shared the key to a peaceful dinner.
One bride said: “We did this at our recent wedding and we’re so glad we did. It helped that the buffet queues weren’t so long and we had to send them in. greetings to everyone.”
A second wrote: “We just did this. We had dinner but we can still do this. Highly recommend!!”
Others assumed she would advise something else.
“I legitimately thought you were going to say run away because that was my advice,” said a third.
Although some brides can do things one way, a The bride-to-be has revealed a massive list of rules she expects her guests to follow on their wedding day.
The woman explained that although she is only engaged at the moment, she will stick to the rules for her big day.
One rule included is no children. “Everybody is crazy about this,” she said.
“I don’t want kids running around unsupervised, and their parents not watching.
“That’s absolutely not going to happen,” she said.
However, she made some exceptions.
“Most of my siblings are under 15…so they can come as well as some out of town really can’t find a babysitter for the whole weekend because they have to travel.
“Obviously they can bring their kids. However, they have to keep an eye on them,” she joked.
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