What NOT to Do at Your Wedding Reception: A Couples Guide Lou Santini

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What NOT to Do at Your Wedding Reception: A Couples Guide  by  Lou Santini

What NOT to Do at Your Wedding Reception: A Couples Guide by Lou Santini
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What Not to Do at Your Wedding Reception: A Couples Guide, is a humorous, practical, easy-to-read, “how NOT to” book written by a professional wedding Emcee who has coordinated and hosted over ONE THOUSAND WEDDINGS and wedding receptions.OtherMoreWhat Not to Do at Your Wedding Reception: A Couples Guide, is a humorous, practical, easy-to-read, “how NOT to” book written by a professional wedding Emcee who has coordinated and hosted over ONE THOUSAND WEDDINGS and wedding receptions.Other wedding books describe funny mishap stories compiled from submissions by wedding attendees or brides and grooms and simply stop there.

Author, Lou Santini, gives you true, funny anecdotes of unfortunate events that he has witnessed from the trenches first hand. And he tells you how these embarrassing moments may have been prevented.Wanting to reach couples, not just brides-to-be, Lou’s lighthearted, humorous touch paints broad strokes, breaking down The Special Day into five sections: Apparel, Food, Alcohol, Events, and Music, as well as additional information that could mean the difference between the best day of your life and a fiasco.

This is from an Emcee who has attended one hundred times more weddings in twenty years than the average person will attend in their entire lifetime.Read about:*Songs you should NOT play at your reception and why.*Why the tuxedo is NOT necessarily a must for grooms.*Why “spaghetti strap bridesmaids dresses” may NOT be a good choice.*Why many wedding traditions are NOT necessarily a good idea.*What NOT to serve for dinner at your wedding reception.*Why you should NOT have an “open bar” OR a “dry” wedding.*Why guests should NOT “wing it” when giving their toasts.*Why the “Money Dance” should NEVER be played at any wedding.*What Emcees and live bands you should NOT hire.And dont forget Lous “Wedding Glossary of Terms” that makes wedding planning conversation that much easier (i.e.: DSB--The Designated Slutty Bridesmaid).“The more a couple tries to cram into their reception, the more things can and will go wrong.

The bride and groom will remember every detail of their wedding: the food, music, flowers, cake, party favors, centerpieces, Emcee or band, decorations, table settings, photographer, videographer, limo, their First Dance Song, the Mother-Son song, the Father-Daughter song, the Wedding Party Song, the Last Dance Song, who said what during the toasts, who cried, who did not cry but should have, who did not show up, who was rude, who got drunk, who danced terribly, who hit on whom, weather that day, what sporting event the groom missed on television that day, who won that sporting event that day, which bridesmaid’s boob popped out, etc.

Their guests will remember: the food and music.”Lou Santini’s hosting experience does not stop at weddings. He has also emceed “bar and bat mitzvahs- corporate events, private parties, birthday parties, divorce parties, and any other occasion where there is a chance that someone will get drunk and say something inappropriate into the microphone and wind up in a compromising position in the coat room with someone who is not the date with whom they came.”With eleven years on the radio, fourteen years and counting as a nationally headlining standup comedian, and seventeen years appearing as a host on television, he has performed live for crowds of twenty to twenty-thousand- appearing in front of an audience weekly since 1990.

He won the 2004 and 2011 San Diego and Detroit Comedy Festivals, respectively. His second full-length comedy album, “Let’s Get Bloated” is available on iTunes and Amazon.com. (See more of Lou at lousantini.com.)“What these couples-to-be need is some light reading where they can step back and realize that the preparation should be as fun as the day itself.



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