Tips to Dealing with Difficult Wedding Guests

Usually, planning a wedding takes several months beforehand. The bride and groom carefully plan everything out so that the whole event will be memorable and a success. One way you can ensure the success of the occasion is to hire a wedding planner. But even so, there is still a chance that a wedding guest will misbehave during the reception; especially if he has been frequenting the open bar.

If this is something that you are worried about for your wedding, you will need to know how you can prepare against them. Follow these tips below so you can avoid dealing with difficult wedding guests:

  • Choose your guests carefully – While it can be tempting to invite everyone that you have been close with, make sure that you only choose the ones that you can trust. This means that you have to invite the people that you know can behave themselves during such formal events.
  • Limit the alcohol – Apart from preparing against difficult guests, you can save a lot of money if you limit the alcohol served at your open bar. Instead of having your bartender prepare drinks throughout the night, you can instruct him to serve these only after dinner. By then, everyone will have eaten enough food to stop alcohol from being absorbed too quickly in their bloodstream.
  • Discuss with your wedding planner – One of the jobs of your wedding planner is to ensure that the event will go smoothly. By expressing your concern for difficult guests, the planner can stay on guard against someone who starts to become unruly for the event. With his experience, he will know what to do to stop him before the situation becomes out of hand. 

Don’t let difficult wedding guests stop you from having a great time at your wedding day. With careful planning and vigilance, your wedding planner can stop these guests from creating too much of a scene during your big day.

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