10 fun wedding reception games - Pro Wedding Invites

10 fun wedding reception games

Weddings contains a variety of activities, such as dinner, dancing, photo booths, and cake cutting. Incorporating games into the festivities can enhance the overall experience.

If you’re preparing for your own wedding or assisting a friend who’s about to tie the knot, don’t miss out on these wedding games that will surely make your celebration unforgettable!

Wedding trivia games


1.Find the Guest: This game involves asking guests to find others who meet certain criteria, such as “Who has been married in the last year?” or “Who can speak another language?” This is a great icebreaker and can help guests get to know each other better.

2.He Said She Said: This game is perfect for keeping guests occupied while they wait for dinner. Simply place cards with descriptions of the bride and groom at each place setting, and guests can guess which description belongs to which person. This can be a fun way for guests to learn more about the couple and their unique personalities.

3.Who Knows the Bride Best: This game is entertaining to play while preparing for the wedding day or even at a bridal shower. Theladiesmay have an advantage as they are close friends with the bride-to-be.

4.Shoe Game:Bride and groom sit back to back with one of their own shoes in one hand and one of their spouse’s shoes in the other. A series of questions are asked and they have to answer by holding up a shoe. It’s so entertaining to watch the inevitable laughs as the married couple battles it out!

5.Jenga: The game ends when the tower collapses, and the last player to successfully remove and place a block without causing a collapse is the winner.


6.Lawn Dominoes: Two or more people are required to play. Large dominoes are used in the game. Players need to line up the dominoes and add more dominoes at both ends of the board until there are no more dominoes to add. There are some dots on each domino, and participants need to score points according to the number of dots. The person with the highest score at the end wins.

7.The Kissing Game: To make the bride and groom kiss, a small task must be completed. Leave little notes around the reception room with different things that guests can do to get the newlyweds to kiss. Things like singing them a love song, give your best marriage advice, or request a song and then dance your heart out!Ring Toss: it is a game where players toss rings onto a target, usually a peg or a hook. The objective is to get as many rings on the target as possible. The player with the most rings on the target wins.

8.Roll the Dice: These adorable dice not only provide entertainment, but they are a great pop of color in your reception venue – match them to your own wedding color, or add an accent tone for visual interest!

9.Money Dance: The bride and groom start out dancing together, then their family and friends can cut in and dance with them, but only if they pay the price!Heat up the dance floor with these wedding games that will burn some serious energy and draw a crowd.

10. Wedding Games for Kids
Keep the kids entertained at your wedding with these cute kids table ideas! Fun and creative, they’re a hit among kids at weddings.

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