A wedding ceremony is one of the most auspicious occasions in our lives. Both the spouses and all others that participate in wedding events love to have fun. Gone are the days when wedding ceremonies used to be celebrated with simple rituals. Now both sides and the people that attend such events love fun and pleasure through any means of entertainment. Wedding family games are becoming more and more popular throughout the world.
Furnished here under are some of the excellent family games that are often played at wedding ceremonies:
Corn Toss Sets–Wedding blogs have witnessed a great rise as regards this wedding family game. Originated in the Midwest, it is catching the attention of many wedding lovers. This game involves throwing of corn bags towards the holes. One successful throw earns three points whereas the platform score is one point.
Jenga – This game involves 54 wooden blocks that are three times bigger in length as compared to their width. Its thickness is five times in comparison with its length. Players turn while removing one block from the tower that is constructed of fifty four blocks.
The Shoe game – It involves the couple and the guests too. The couple is made to sit back to back without seeing their partners’ answers. A shoe is swapped while one each of them is held by them. Funny questions are asked from both the partners. The questions are answered by the couple while they hold up the corresponding shoe.
Fortune sticks – These sticks are placed in a box that is put near the guest book or one at each table. The guests are asked to draw a stick that tells about their fortune. Questions are asked by the guests that shake the box and tip the cylinder that makes one stick to slide out. This game is an excellent alternative of hiring the fortune teller for the wedding ceremony.
He and She Games – These games involve questions that are usually asked from the bride and groom. They could be asked about their first date and the nature of activities by them with their partners. Other questions could be regarding the specific place where they could be during the past five, twenty or fifty years etc. Question about the best date of the spouses could also be asked from them. Answers to the questions could be listed on a scoreboard. A comparison to the answers given by the bride and the groom are circled with the remarks of the evaluators. Such games are quite interesting and enchanting for all the participants.
Other wedding family games include giant board games, darts or pool, mad libs, croquet, horse shoes or ring toss, bag toss, badminton, volley ball, bowling, Frisbee, beer pong, mini golf and Tic Tac Toe etc.
Needless to mention, all family games associated with our wedding ceremonies not only please the participants but the bride and groom too. All those attending such games take pride and enjoy pleasure in being a part of these glamorous moments of their lives.