A wedding that uses the fun factor benefits usually of any help that it can get from specialized caterers and event planners, that know how to create a funny wedding atmosphere. We have read about many of such professionals’ ideas and in this article, you will see several of those ideas.
The first idea is related to paper and ribbon, which should be coiled into airy circles, creating an unusual, yet funny, decor. Let paper and ribbon be used as raindrops and hang them at different heights above table guests. These suspended curlicues can be made of any color, as long as that color matches the wedding atmosphere.
Another funny idea involves children, lots of children. A happy couple that wants fun at their wedding should rely very much on children. And not only this, those children should be dressed in lovely dresses/tuxedos, emphasizing the most beautiful period of a person’s life, their childhood. For example, a girl could be dressed in a simple white gown, presenting a wide yellow satin ribbon at the waist, and also some ribbons having the same color, tied around her feet; speaking about her feet, that girl should wear ballerina shoes, perfect for children. Also, her hair should continue the white and yellow theme, and she should wear a small fabric flower pinned to her hair. And let's not forget Nantucket baskets, that are more than appropriate for little girls; baskets like this can be also made from a combination of white and yellow fabrics. In case a girl like this will be required to play the role of a flower girl, that Nantucket basket will be perfect for holding her petals.
Since we have mentioned flower girls, let us present several funny ideas involving the ring bearer as well. The ring bearer, usually a little boy, should be asked to use a 6-inch square linen ring cushion, which can be decorated with ribbons, just like those used in case of little girls’ dresses. After placing and sewing that ribbon on a small white cushion, the two wedding rings should be placed on it, after being previously tied together by another (and smaller) ribbon.