Get a Caricaturist to sketch a memorable gift for your friends and family to bring home. Instead of the usual photo session, they have a chance to receive a comic and artful image of themselves. Everyone will be very eager to have one.
Take a look at Triton Lim, artist in action at a wedding event
|Everyone goes home with a special bag with the caricature of themselves. Such a unique memento.|
|Cartoonish version of you|
|A caricature wedding portrait (by Triton Lim)|
You can hire a magician/ mentalist to wow your guests with some amazing and fun tricks. I am sure they will be enjoying themselves. The magicians can perform on the stage or move from table to table for a more personal encounter. Some of the audience can take part in the fun as well (if the wedding is small). Be sure to get a recommended one, some “magicians” can be a little cheesy.
Wedding magic show by the talented Andrew Lee.
Andrew Lee on Britain’s Got Talent
3. SAND ART
Create a romantic video recording or a live performance of your love story illustrated by sand drawing. The artist meticulously draws each line, shape and detail to form the message through specific gestures to develop the full story. Through the plots in the video, you could share your happiness with everyone in the audience.
|Drawn on sand by hand stroke by stroke recorded on a video to be shown (SandArtSG.com)|
|Wedding Sand Art by Loong Bee|
4. WISHING TREE
For a more cost-effective method of entertainment try the wishing tree. The guests can leave their well wishes, messages on the little cards, ready with ribbons to be tied on the tree. Get a wedding decorator expert to make a tree for you or you can DIY.
5. LIVE BAND/ EMCEE
- Rhumba Event Management provides Live Band, Emcee, Photography, makeup services, etc. It partners renown emcee William Lee, talented professional photographer John Poh, Valerie Fan Wedding Gallery and Momento Artz Photography.
“Rhumba pretty much is the biggest reason why my guests had a good time. They really are awesome. I chose Rhumba after watching their performance in one of my cookies’ wedding. I thought Jacky was great, he can play so many instruments. Also, Kenny have a voice that is quite like Jacky Cheung. Kian loves Jacky Cheung song so I know he will like it. Jacky played a very nice oldies (Herb Alpert – This guy’s in love) on the saxophone while ushering us in on the first march-in. Kenny was great too in singing our second march-in song (So much in love). We didn’t get to hear all their performance but those that we heard are very good. Many said they are the best wedding band they’ve ever heard.”
commented @ Nov 2011
|Your dream wedding team: Rhumba Live Band, emcee William Lee and photographer John Poh|
“THE RAW NOTE is possibly the most versatile live band I’ve seen and heard. They can sing in any languages (english, cantonese and mandarin). I would call them if I have guests from varied background.”
BashfulBrides @ Nov 2012
“Raw Note was my wedding live band for my wedding last year. I got to know about them after recommendations from my colleagues. I think they were the most reliable source cause I could not really find wedding live band‘s information online. Anyway, I was impressed with Raw Note’s performance that night. Both singers did a good job and the band members were talented as well.”
marynne @ Jul 2012
|From left- Vocalist: Female Debbie Su|
Keyboardist: Chris Soh/ Male Vocalist
Drummer: Kit Wong
Guitarist: Chern Yau
COMMENTS ABOUT WEDDING ENTERTAINMENT
Combined comments @ Sep 2012
I saw a street style magician at a wedding fair, he was totally