Here is a fun idea… At a recent wedding at Moscatiello’s Family Italian Restaurant, 99 North Greenbush Road Troy, NY, the guests were provided with a bunch of ribbons attached to sticks.
Prior to the official wedding party entrance, the audience was instucted to shake the tassels at their seats, as the bride and groom entered the reception.
Upon the official entrance of the newlyweds at Moscatiello’s of North Greenbush, each place setting lighted up in color.
The bridal party intro scene at Moscatiello’s Family Italian Restaurant, (99 North Greenbush Road in Troy, NY) was vibrant and full of spirit, reminding me of a fan-crazed sporting event, not unlike that of a celebratory Brazilian Soccer game. Good show!
Another idea is to use the sticks instead of the rice tossing tradition that is often practiced just before the receiving line is put together, immediately following the ceremony.
Below are a few pictures of what party decoration web sites refer to as “ribbon sticks” or “ribbon wands.” The images below can possibly give you an idea of how ribbon sticks might look at your wedding…
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