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Our theme day for April is Wacky Wedding and I was wondering if anyone had any ideas? I have thought about having the residents dress the staff up in toilet paper dresses, we have a clown scheduled to come in, we will share wedding photos. I am not quite sure what else to do to make it wacky and out of the ordinary. Your help would be great!



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you could have a dog wedding---either with staff or resident dogs (or other animals who get along and would sit still, maybe iguana's or hamsters in a cage or something). Have a resident or staff member be the clergy, bridesmaids and groomsmen. let the ring be a dog treat, then have a reception afterwards with cake and punch. take pictures of the bride and groom with each guest and let that be thier keepsake from the wedding.


the toilet paper idea is a good one, but leave the staff out of it--let the residents do it to each other if they are willing and able.


you could also have wedding pix on a bulletin board and let the residents try to guess who is who.


this could also open up a discussion into same sex marriages--get thier opinions on it.


you could also have residents renew their vows (if anyone is married) or do a skit on a shot-gun wedding, show pictures of dennis rodman's wedding. ha ha

hope this helps!

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