Considering your guest or let's say people that will be attending your wedding ceremony is just as important as your dress, cake or perfect venue when it comes to planning. You will want to make sure that your guest feels like they attended the best wedding yet. Below are some of the great things your guests want from a wedding.

1. Direction

Well, your guest might not tell you this directly, but most of them will want you to tell them what to do. No one wants to stand around the corner wondering where next to turn. Whatever plan you have been it a sign pointing to where they should be or a seating chart for them to hang their jackets, this will assure them that you have them in mind when preparing.

2. Help With Transportation

If you will be having your wedding out of town or your wedding reception will be located at different venues or your guest are staying in one particular hotel, then it will be advisable that you rent a shuttle or bus for your wedding guest. This will take out any transportation problem and will also make your guest get lose with the champagne.

3. Passed drinks at cocktail hour

Your guest don’t want to wait in line to get a drink – so getting servers to serve your guest water, wine, beer and signature cocktails when needed is very important. This means there won't be logline an at the start of your reception and your guest will also enjoy drink service without having to take constant trip to the bar.

4. A variety of food.

When preparing for your wedding menu, make sure you make varieties options because not everyone would like to eat meat or stomach tofu. Your guest will never forget that they were hungry at your wedding or you provided food options that were not appealing to them. When you plan your menu, cover all food options like chicken, fish, steak, and at least one vegetarian item.

5. The Right Music Mix

You might be a fan of rap music, but your grandmas won't be a fan. SO, for you to get everyone dancing both young and old, you might want to stock your playlist with timeless beats. You should also pick tunes that span the generations and appeal to every taste because the music is what will ultimately create that party atmosphere.

6. Surprise your guests

SWD reader Karen once said, “we had a tribal pipe band burst into the room before our meal began.” “It charged up the room and meant that everyone was talking and laughing by the time dinner was served.” This means you need to go more lent to indeed wow your guest.