Cupid's Pulse Article: Find Out About Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s Wedding ReceptionCupid's Pulse Article: Find Out About Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s Wedding Reception

By Laura Seaman

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s wedding reception was one for the history books as guests raved about the party to “Everyone was having so much fun,” one source said. “Adam and Behati couldn’t stop smiling the entire night.” The reception, held at Flora Farms in Los Cabos, Mexico, included musical performances from Stevie Nicks, Maroon 5, Sublime, and bride Prinsloo herself. The food was all organic and the speeches “had guests laughing”.

How do you make your reception memorable?

Cupid’s Advice:

While the wedding itself is important, the reception is what everyone really looks forward to. It included everyone, and usually it’s a lot of fun. Many receptions follow the same basic structure including a toast by the best man and maid of honor, the first dance as man and wife, and then an open dance floor. These are great traditions, but there are many ways to spice it up and make your reception something special:

1. Have the wedding party do a special dance. Coordinated wedding party dances are becoming very popular. They’re fun, unique, and encourage others to get up and dance. If your wedding party is up to it, treat your guests to a fun and entertaining routine.

Related: Adam Levine Marries Behati Prinsloo in Mexico

2. Include guest activities like a photo booth. Party games and activities let guests enjoy themselves even if they don’t like dancing. These fun events can be a number of things, and they’re bound to be a hit if you put enough creativity and effort into them. These activities can even lead to great reception memories like photos or take-home crafts.

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3. Do a bit of couple karaoke. Use Levine and Prinsloo’s wedding as an example! Have the bride, groom, or both sing a song that means a lot to them. Even if the singer doesn’t have a particularly great voice, the crowd will still support them. After all, it’s their wedding day!

How did you make your reception special? Let us know in the comments!