Jewish Wedding Entertainment

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Jewish Wedding Entertainment

You’ve been busy planning your dream Jewish Wedding. You’ve found the perfect venue, the food is going to be fabulous, the room decoration will be spectacular and the only thing left to do is sort out the Jewish Wedding entertainment that will make your Simcha one that everyone will remember for years to come. But where do you start! Here are some tips to get you the right entertainment.

The first thing to think about is do you want any entertainment at your reception. A popular choice is some sort of background music. So maybe a string quartet or a harpist. What is also more fun is a small band or soloist singing traditional Jewish songs. This would get everyone in the party spirit! For top notch contemporary Klezmer music, check out Oysland Band. For a soloist or small band, look at Daniel Benisty. Companies like ALR Music also provide a range of pianists.

If you are planning an outdoor Jewish Wedding, it is often fun to have some outdoor games available – giant jenga or skittles, chessboard or even snakes and ladders are great to keep your guests amused. Side stalls are also popular – hoopla, coconut shys and knocking the can stack down.

Having a Caricaturist roaming about your Jewish Wedding is another novel idea and compliments the more traditional photos you may have. It is also a great keepsake for your guests who will have a memento to take home of your special day.

Photo Booths at a Jewish Wedding are increasingly popular and you can understand the reason why. They provide great memories to the hosts as well as memories for all the guests. And with a great range of accessories it creates a fun environment at your party. So why not book a Photo Booth for your Jewish Wedding and create even more great memories for you and your guests. Please click here to see some great Jewish Wedding Photo Booth suppliers.

One thing is for sure, magic never goes out of fashion and is perfect for guests young and old. You could have a roaming magician who performs close up magic tricks. This is perfect for keeping your guests entertained during your reception. Magicians also roam around during the meal, performing table magic and can also do larger scale tricks in a cabaret style to the whole room. This type of entertainment definitely appeals to all.

If you would like to add a bit of wow factor to your Jewish Wedding, having a celebrity look alike will definitely get your guests attention and have them wondering if you really do have A list friends! The choice is endless including characters such as David Brent and Ali G, to TV stars like Ant & Dec & Simon Cowell, to pop stars like Will.i.am and Madonna and to sporting stars like David Beckham.

Cosmetic entertainment is a big trend right now. This includes things like tattoos, body art, sparkly gems and Ibiza style face glitter. Your guests will be buzzing with glitter and sparkle and is perfect entertainment for so many different Jewish wedding themes including Festival, Fairy tale & Ibiza. We recommend Pop Fusion who are specialists in Cosmetic Entertainment.

Casino entertainment has been around for many years and there’s nothing more exciting when your numbers come up! This type of entertainment is extremely popular and keeps your guests amused, whist bringing them together with a common goal – of winning! Blackjack and roulette are the most popular games and casino entertainment is very versatile, bridging any gaps at your Jewish Wedding.

Of course, Jewish Wedding Bands and the music are often described as the most important part of the Jewish Wedding entertainment. You want great music at your party and you want everyone dancing. Do not underestimate the importance of the music and charisma of the band. When choosing a suitable band it is vitally important that they have good experience in Jewish Weddings and therefore know the audience and Jewish Wedding Music. Jewish Wedding Bands are a very important part of the day! Please click here for some fantastic Jewish Wedding Bands.

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