Does your wedding reception have to be purely “sit down and eat”? We think not. Add some fun and surprise to your wedding reception with a few well executed wedding reception games. It’s also a perfect way to burn off calories from the yummy wedding reception meal!
This wedding game really tests how well the new bride and groom work as a team. The only materials required are a long strand of ribbon (enough to wrap around the groom a few times over) and one clean generic house key.
Have your guests doing a lip hip action with this fun and hilarious wedding game! This game is all about making your guests work for that golden kiss from the bride and groom. All you need is a hula hoop and leis for participating guests.
The saying goes, “What’s good for the goose is good for the gander” and what better way to show this off than with a gender switch on this timeless ritual!
Marriage is all about teamwork. This hilarious game is perfect for the wedding reception and requires the new bride and groom to communicate and work together as a team.
For this wedding game, you will need bags of Hershey’s Kisses, a bucket or box, and the arms of the bride and groom. In this game we’ve titled, “How Much Love Can You Hold For Me?”, the goal is to guess how many Kisses the bride and groom can hold in their hands! This simple game is perfect for a reception of any size.
Now this is one wedding game for the reception that really aims to put the bride and groom in the spotlight. It receives a “spicy” rating because, well, the newlyweds are really going to have to work during this game!
This wedding game really helps to liven up the atmosphere at the reception since it requires the participation of the entire wedding party. Guests are sure to love this game.
Give a little something back to your guests at the wedding reception. This is a fun way to start the evening off and helps to warm up them up for the more interactive wedding games to come as the night progresses.
This is a simple wedding game aimed to help the bride and groom give away their beautiful centrepieces to the guests.