Fun Wedding Games

August 17, 2011 by annathomson  
Published in Weddings

We all have to receptions that are already standard – we welcome and celebrate the new couple, dance, see and enjoy cake with them. But creative couples often enjoy coming with fun games that include the entire guest list.

Including the guests is an excellent way to get people out of their chairs, meet people they otherwise might not know and feel what they really are a part of the celebration, not just observers.

A fun and active game that is by all guests, including grandma and young children can play, “wants it now.”

In this game, you create a master of ceremonies (if you have a DJ for your wedding, that person can serve as a DJ). The MC has prepared a list of “wants” before the reception. Everyone sits at their tables, waiting to hear the command. The MC says he wants a person with painted toenails. All women with painted toenails run to the front of the room, the MC. Each time a table sends someone to the front first, they get a point.

Points should be awarded during the game and the prizes at the end of the game counted. Make sure some obvious “wants” as well as the painted toenails, or a man with a mustache or a child with a pink dress. But also some surprises, like “a man with a brown handbag,” the one man, one woman ask at his table to find the brown purse and run up to the front of the room, that is.

Another fun wedding reception game that includes all your guests is musical chairs using men as the chairs. All the men line up and kneel on one knee. The women begin the game of musical chairs, but when the music stops, they must find a knee to sit on. No “chairs” are removedwhile the version of the game, but people are eliminated when either the man falls to the ground when the woman finds his knee or when the woman falls to the ground. Both can be either way, and if both fall, they are also both out then (and perhaps a bit bruised). This is a fun game that often brings on gales of laughter and contributes to a relaxed reception atmosphere.

If many guests are traveling, do not know a good deal for the wedding, or many other guests, it is always fun, a game that will enable them to now only know each other is, but the bride and groom as well as count. For this game, you’ll need a MC again, which can be a very outgoing member of the wedding party or the DJ. The reception guests will be broken into two groups, which are as easy as with people off “1, 2, 1, 2″ and so on, can be up to the entire guest list is either a “1″ or a “2″. Then the two groups band together for the duration of the game.

The DJ or MC offers a range of issues related to the bride and groom. The teams should work together to answer the questions as quickly as possible the answer. The bride and groom will confirm if the answer is correct or not. This is an excellent way for otherwise “stranger” guests to get to know each other and have fun in the process. There is also an excellent way to know the bride and groom!

Organizing games at a wedding celebration is a great way to get people involved and make them feel they are truly a partthe celebration. There is also a way to fill time, if you know the wedding planner, this is not a “dance” group, or if you want to loosen up people for a long night of partying. Whether small or large wedding, reception games work for almost any group.

In addition, do not take wedding guests insulted or harassed by these active games. Most people tell wedding planners they truly enjoy, with more active and fun games to play during a wedding celebration.

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