Include extra-fun additions like stickers, stick-on foam and stamps. 86. Who is more likely to max out their credit card? You'll need to have picked up the lip stickers, and you'll need to have used the Sharpie to write on the lip stickers. How to play: If you’re encouraging guests to snap memories throughout the night, include a list of fun possible moments from the day. How to play: In a flat area of your outdoor venue space, tape out a bowling “lane” of sorts for an outdoor bowling tournament.
How to play: Guests break up into two small teams and move all their croquet balls through a self-made course of stakes and hoops known as wickets. How to play: Guests will love building unique centerpieces out of Legos of all colors. Have each member of the bridesmaids and the groomsmen select a song that they feel is representative of their relationship with either the bride or the groom. Wedding games are a fun way to celebrate the new couple and give the audience a few laughs, too! 102. Who is better at planning surprises? How to play: A great way to get your DJ in on the fun is to incorporate a game of Name That Tune into the dancing portion of the evening. Two players pair up against one another and each secretly choose one of the players in their mind. Encourage them to draw or write what they see on their game boards. For instance, if the question was "Who usually cooks breakfast" and the answer is the groom, they should both hold up the groom's shoes. As each team plays, one block is precariously removed from the stack and added to the top of the tower. The bride and groom sit facing away from one another and exchange one of their shoes to hold in each hand. When the DJ plays two seconds of the upcoming song, name the tune first for a prize or a special place on the dance floor! Of course, this game works with many different partner arrangements (such as bride/bride, groom/groom) and can be played at other commitment ceremonies (such as handfastings, ring-exchanges, engagements, anniversaries, etc).
What’s more, many of these games are easy to DIY and require little to no materials at all. See if the parents can beat the scores of their newlywed children! How to play: Choose an elegant—or completely silly—pinata to shake things up during the dessert hour. The group supplies random nouns, adjectives and verbs for a mystery story. Vary the songs throughout generations, and even include the kids in on the fun. A ton of individually wrapped chocolates, such as Hershey's Kisses. Turn a favorite photo into a page from a coloring book! You can also guide the choices by asking the various parties to pick funny stories or songs, that way someone doesn't accidentally get sad. If you are planning on playing this game, then you will need some questions to ask. Feel free to get personal while playing the wedding shoe game, but take note of the audience and keep questions appropriate. 87. Who is good at managing money matters? Keep tally on how many questions they answered the same just to tell them for fun.