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Some Great Ideas to Stop Your Wedding Becoming Boring

A yawn is the last thing you want on your wedding day. Attending a wedding may be a privilege, but sometimes it's not always a pleasure. The last thing a bride and groom want is for their wedding guests to spend the reception checking their watches. Here are 10 tips from The Knot to keep any wedding guest yawns at bay.

Photo by Savio Sebastian, Licensed under Creative Commons 2.0.

1. Make introductions at the rehearsal.

A wedding brings together two families and sets of friends — which usually means a big group of people who don’t know each other awkwardly attempting small talk. The solution? Invite relatives and out-of-town guests to the rehearsal dinner to break the ice, and introduce those who might have common interests. (That uncle who always loved Top Gun? Definitely link him to your fiance’s fighter pilot cousin). By the time the wedding rolls around, your guests will have met in a more relaxed atmosphere the evening before and (hopefully) keep the conversations going at the reception.

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