Dark in hue and handsomely suited in a red and yellow wrapper, we think Mr. Although he isn’t tall in size, he’s loaded with riches from his delicious background of milk chocolate and peanuts. Shoe Game This is a great ice breaker, and gets everyone involved. Marriage Advice 101 This is a great game to play at a small wedding reception with close friends and family.
since the bride is wearing all that lovely makeup, make sure to give the groom a food item that isn’t too messy or it may ruin her look and possibly her wedding dress too.
How well will the groom do in guiding his bride to feed him?
Other ideas: Hide a trinket under one chair at each table; place a special sticker under one plate at each table; first person to sing at each table; first person that used the bathroom at each table…and the list goes on, but you get the idea.
Jazz up this game by using birthdays to select your guests for a raffle draw!
The point is to have fun and enjoy the entertainment (and to get the bride and groom to kiss, of course)!
Inspired by the “Shake Shake Shake” game, guests will have to sing a few bars for the bride and groom to kiss. You can choose a theme, such as songs that contain the word “love” or songs from the 1980s or have guests sing for a certain amount of time.
I found this game originally browsing youtube and it works great for weddings, anniversaries and engagement parties. Raise the laughometer with this simple yet fun game of “Marriage Advice 101”.
Set two chairs back to back in the middle of the dance floor. Provide guests at each reception table with index cards and pens.
Begin with the bride sitting in a chair while the groom is blindfolded.