37 Wedding Games Your Guests Will Actually Want to Play (2022)

These fun, must-play wedding games are sure to score big with your guests.

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Get—and keep—your guests engaged and entertained on your big day with wedding reception games. As an added bonus, offering wedding games to play can keep guests of all ages entertained and mingling while you and your wedding party are off being photographed, making the meet-and-greet rounds, or changing outfits from ceremony pretty to party perfect.

If you've got friends and family who've never met one another, wedding reception games can be a fantastic way to break the ice—just don't overdo it; remember, it is still a wedding, and the focus should be on you! Unsure how to toe the line between super fun and just plain silly on your big day? Check out our comprehensive guide to the best wedding game ideas and activities for your crowd.

Pro Tip: Be sure to ask your venue coordinator what areas you can use to set up your wedding games early on in your wedding planning. That way you can choose the best wedding game ideas to fit the space.

In this article:

  • Wedding Lawn Games
  • Wedding Table Games
  • Wedding Reception Group Games
  • Indoor Wedding Games
  • Wedding Games for Kids

Wedding Lawn Games

Take advantage of beautiful weather and a gorgeous outdoor wedding venue by kicking off the post-ceremony celebration with wedding lawn games. Set up on the grass for couples or groups, yard games for weddings are not only fun to play but can also act as an extension of your décor, be it rustic, beachy or boho. When selecting outdoor wedding lawn games, play up your wedding theme, color scheme and anything that helps to tell your love story.

Bonus: Wondering where to buy wedding lawn games? We've done the legwork for you. Check out where to shop for these top 12 wedding lawn games.

1. Ring Toss

Honor the exchanging of rings with the wedding games version of ring toss. Make your own ring toss set with painted glass wine or soda bottles in your wedding colors and decorate with faux jewels to make the tossers reminiscent of your wedding rings.

2. Cornhole

Turn this tailgating favorite into a great wedding game for guests. Customize the boards with your names, wedding date or your wedding monogram, and you'll have a memorable backyard game to use in your own yard for years to come. Not the DIY type? Etsy is a great place to find personalized cornhole boards.

3. Ladder Golf

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Another popular game played at parking lot parties, ladder golf is fun for two or more people to play. Teams take turns throwing bolas (two golf balls attached at either end of a nylon rope) at the ladder. The first team to 21 points wins!

4. Giant Connect Four

Step this classic childhood game up a notch by making it giant-sized. For a fun touch, paint the playing pieces in two of your wedding hues and let the connecting fun begin.

5. Giant Jenga

Marriage is a game of balance, and no game better represents that than Jenga. Use a large, outdoor-sized version as a wedding reception game and include "Did You Know" facts about you and your partner on each block for a personalized touch.

6. Badminton

Set up a net to encourage guests to volley the birdie back and forth. If you're looking to round out a boho vibe, have a bit of fun with your net choice by hanging a wide macramé curtain from a rod on stands. For a nighttime option, lace twinkling lights into the net to keep the wedding lawn games going long after sundown.

7. Croquet

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Croquet is the perfect lawn game for a garden-themed wedding, backyard wedding or any event venue with a sprawling, lush green lawn. And good news, you can get croquet sets in different styles to match your theme. Croquet can be played by two, four or six players. While it's simple to set up, whacking wooden balls through the six hoops is more challenging than it looks!

8. Bocce Ball

Looking for an outdoor wedding game that can be played on soil, asphalt or grass? Try bocce ball. The Italian games of boules can be played by two players, or two teams of two, three, or four—making it ideal for a group of guests to gather and compete.

9. Checkers

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Offer up a checkerboard in a seating area for an easy and compact setup. Alternatively, create a jumbo version using spray paint on grass or chalk on pavement, or even roll out a checkered game board rug for a reusable option after the wedding lawn games are done. Incorporate your wedding colors by painting the pieces accordingly.

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10. Ping Pong

Give your guests the chance to show off their table tennis skills by setting up a ping pong table or two. Typically a game for two or four people to play, there is also a fun elimination game that many can play. Have around a dozen people form a circle around the table. Each person hits the ball, then puts the paddle down for the next person to pick up and hit. After each hit, players circle around to the other side. The object of the game is to get as long a rally as possible but the person that misses a shot gets eliminated.

11. Giant Chess

A giant chessboard is a permanent fixture at many resort wedding venues making it easy to build this classic game into your reception itinerary. Otherwise, you can rent one to set up outdoors. Bonus: This makes for an adorable photo opportunity for the couple, too!

12. Tic Tac Toe

A large lawn version of Tic Tac Toe is easy to DIY and unlike some other lawn games on this list, it doesn't take up too much room. Just lay down some rope or ribbon in a grid and paint your Xs and Os onto woodblocks. Prefer to purchase one? Etsy has some cute wedding-worthy designs.

13. Spikeball

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Spikeball is a fun team game that's a cross between volleyball and foursquare. The server hits the ball down onto the net so it ricochets up towards the opponent who has to keep it in play. Pack one up to take to your destination wedding.

Wedding Table Games

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When the guests are seated for dinner, there can be a lot of downtime before food is served or before tables are called to the buffet. Stave off hunger and awkward moments by providing wedding table games to encourage your guests to mingle and have fun. Table games are also great for guests who might not be partaking in dancefloor entertainment.

Bonus: Oftentimes, wedding table games involve printing off materials to distribute to your guests. Check out these 15 Printable Wedding Games to make your wedding planning a little bit easier.

14. I Spy Wedding Game

One of the more popular wedding table games, the I Spy Wedding Game is a win-win for guests and the newlywed couple. Similar to a photo scavenger hunt, this wedding games activity instructs guests to use their personal cameras or disposables provided by the couple to seek, find and snap pics of different moments from your memorable day. The guests have fun doing it, and you get to see events from the day you might've missed. Win-win! Below are a few pictures to include on the guests' I Spy Wedding Game hunt:

  • A group selfie
  • A picture of the bride(s) in her dress
  • A funny face
  • A kiss
  • A sparkling drink
  • A tasty treat
  • An old-school dance move
  • A person laughing
  • A table clinking glasses
  • A favorite decoration

DIY Tip: Print up cards to put at each guest's place setting or create a sign or chalkboard with the instructions. If you want your wedding photos shared on social media, include your wedding hashtag so you can see all the fun from your wedding games.

15. Wedding Couple Mad Libs

Want marriage and love advice from your family and friends? Create a Mad Libs-style template for guests to fill out at their tables. This is one of the wedding games guests can do alone, or the whole table can get in on the fun, sharing their tips on how to keep the spark alive, where to go on "married dates," and other words of wisdom.

16. Bored-No-More Board Games

Take a playful—and colorful—approach to your centerpieces by using board games as mid-table eye candy. Dominoes, decks of cards, Trivial Pursuit, Life and Yahtzee all make for crowd-pleasing wedding games guests can play.

17. I Dare You

Have a few wallflowers among your guests? Help them join in the fun by placing fun dare options on each table. Keep in mind who will be seated at each table when you prepare the dares. Ideas include: "kiss the person to either side of you," "take a selfie with a funny face," "bust a new move on the dance floor," and "do a group shot at the bar."

18. Couple Trivia

Let one lucky guest from each table make a play to take home the centerpiece or a prize. Create a list of trivia questions about the newlyweds for guests to answer. Have the DJ or a wedding party member read the answers. The person at each table with the most correct answers wins.

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19. Couple's Crossword

Another way to test your guests' newlywed knowledge is to create a crossword puzzle entirely based on information about the couple. Winners with the most correct answers for this wedding game don't have to win anything beyond bragging rights.

Wedding Reception Group Games

When you want more than just guests from each reception table to interact, bring in the entire group with wedding games to please the masses. The oh-so-popular wedding shoe game puts the spotlight on the newlyweds while guests take in the hilarity from the sidelines, while other games encourage group participation or challenge your wedding guests to get in on the action.

20. Wedding Shoe Game

Ice breakers aren't just for business meetings; they can also be wedding games to help guests get to know the newlywed couple that much better. One popular example is the Wedding Shoe Game, in which the couple is seated in chairs back to back. Shoes are removed so that each partner holds one of their own and one of their partner's shoes.

Either the DJ or a member of the wedding party reads the shoe game questions out loud for the entire reception group to hear. In response, the couple raises the shoe of the person who the answer to the question best represents. To get your guests more involved, have them submit questions into a box prior to the start of the game. For preset questions, consider the following:

  • Who has more clothing?
  • Who is most likely to fall asleep during a movie?
  • Who has the better shower singing voice?
  • Who is the better dancer?
  • Who made the first move for a kiss?

DIY Tip: A great way to get guests involved is by giving each person a stick with a picture of one partner's face on one side and the other partner's face on the other. When each question is asked, guests can hold up the picture that corresponds to their guess.

21. Wedding Guest Bingo

Want to encourage mingling among your guests? Another wedding game ice breaker is Bingo. In this version, guests don't sit and mark off a card as numbers are called. Instead, they have to take their card around to the other guests to find someone who can claim "That's Me!" given the clue provided and then make it official by writing in their initials. When creating the cards, try to avoid being too generic with descriptions and think about unique clues to describe your guests. Here are some ideas:

  • Birth months
  • Instruments played
  • Tattoos
  • Sports fan
  • Odd talents

22. The Kissing Game

Not a fan of kissing when guests clink their glasses? Break out a giant DIY die (basically a large decorated square box, like these wood blocks) to decide the pucker-up type. Label each side with "peck on the cheek," "showstopper kiss," "take a selfie kiss," "roll again," "bride(s) kisses guest," and "groom(s) kisses guest"—or come up with your own options. Roll the die every time you hear that familiar clinking sound!

23. Wedding Wheel

Similar to the dice, but in another format, make a wedding wheel (Etsy has wheels you can DIY) that has different kissing labels (as described above) along with additional actions like "dance with the maid of honor", "tell a joke" and "give the newlyweds some advice. Invite guests to spin the wheel

24. Stand Up, Sit Down

All that sitting during the reception can be hard on guests' backsides. Get them on their feet with a trivia game that instructs people to stand or sit in response to questions about the bride(s) and groom(s).

Indoor Wedding Games

If you're looking for indoor wedding ideas, then you've got options. While many of the lawn games listed earlier can be set up indoors (especially if the weather doesn't cooperate), these games are perfectly suited for an indoor setting.

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25. Flip Cup

Back to those college glory days! If your guests are the imbibing type, you may want to include wedding drinking games like Flip Cup or Beer Pong. To keep things from getting too out of control, fill a few of the red party cups with water or unspiked punch.

26. Video Games

Not just for playing from the comfort of your couch, video games like Just Dance, Rock Band or Guitar Hero are a high-tech way to approach wedding games. You'll need a little A/V help to get it set up in a way that's both fun to play and watch without it stealing the reception focus.

27. Arcade Games

Did you know you can rent arcade games? Vintage pinball machines, classic games like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong or a foosball table are a fun addition to a loft, vintage or industrial wedding venue. Set up a couple in a lounge area for some lively competition among friends.

28. Puzzles

Have a custom jigsaw puzzle made using an engagement photo, old family wedding photos or a funny candid. Set it out on a table so wedding guests can work on it at their own pace throughout your wedding day (and night!).

29. Word Search

Create a word search puzzle featuring words related to the newlywed's lifestyle, interests and other trivia. Print it onto a large board to display as a wedding reception game that guests can collaborate on and discuss—making for a great ice breaker.

30. Photo booth

Turn your photo booth into a wedding game by inviting your guests to re-enact famous scenes or poses using fun props and costumes. You can award a prize for the most creative photo composition.

Wedding Games for Kids

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Don't forget about the wee ones at your wedding! Not only do they bore easily, but sitting still during ceremonies and dinners can lead to antsy pants. While many of the wedding games listed here are kid-friendly, set up a wedding games area just for them or pack a children's table with wedding games and fun activities to keep them entertained.

Bonus: We've got even more kid's wedding ideas for you. Check out these 11 Ways To Keep Kids Busy At Your Wedding.

31. Chalkboard Games

Turn the games you'd find on a children's restaurant placemat— tic tac toe, hangman, dots and squares—into fun wedding games by creating erasable chalkboard versions so kids can play, wipe away and start again.

32. Mini I Spy

Create an I Spy Wedding Game just for the kiddos by creating scavenger hunt lists filled with pictures instead of words. Pictures can include the wedding cake, a ring, shoes, a dress, balloons and food. Supply them with disposable cameras and watch the hilarity ensue!

33. Just Hitched Hopscotch

For an outdoor wedding, draw out a hopscotch grid or create one using large foam tiles for kids to burn off some energy. If the party is strictly indoors, find a low-traffic hallway or even a long coat closet to set up an inside design using easy-to-remove painters or paper tape.

34. Cootie Catchers

Also known as paper fortunes, these origami fortune tellers get a cool new look from the old junior high notebook paper version. Design your own or purchase a printable, editable template. Fill a batch with questions for the kids and reserve others made just for the adults.

35. Dance Off

Adult guests can be slow to the dance floor, even if you have an amazing wedding playlist, but that's where kids can come in handy. Gather everyone around for a kids' dance-off. Have kids dance together, or pair up an adult and kid to challenge one another to the best moves. You'll tucker the little ones out quickly all while getting the party started without a lot of pressure.

36. Couple's Coloring Book

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For the itty bitties of the kid's group, create a wedding-inspired coloring book based on the details of your special event. Pair it up with a favors box filled with crayons, colored pencils and stickers to help them personalize their takeaway activity book.

37. Piñata

What says "kids" more than candy? And when that candy comes flying out of a wedding-themed piñata, it makes for the highlight of the kids' wedding games. Pick a design that doubles as décor, features the couple's initials, or looks like a giant wedding cake. Call everyone—adults included—to the dance floor to take a whack at spreading sweet treats to the crowd.

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FAQs

Do people play games at wedding receptions? ›

In addition to a delicious feast, flowing drinks and a killer wedding playlist, some couples like to get the party started with wedding reception games, ice-breakers and other interactive experiences, which might include everything from classic lawn games to bride and groom trivia, a photo scavenger hunt, a well- ...

Should you have games at a wedding? ›

Games ensure that attendees will have the opportunity to mix it up. That way, you and your new spouse can be sure that everyone has the chance to entertain themselves, so you can relax and have some fun yourself! - Extra time & planning.

How do you entertain guests between ceremony and reception? ›

Three Fun Ways to Entertain Guests Between Your Ceremony and Reception
  1. Food. Food is number one on the list for a reason. ...
  2. Live Music. Now that your guest's have a small plate of snacks and a drink in their hands, the perfect segue for them is to gather 'round sit back and relax while they get entertained. ...
  3. Games.
26 May 2020

How do you get guests to mingle at a wedding? ›

The best ways to encourage your wedding guests to mingle
  1. Start before your wedding day. Finding a chance to break the ice before the big day will ease your worries and ensure everyone has someone to talk to. ...
  2. Find common travel connections. ...
  3. Mix up the tables. ...
  4. Get them talking. ...
  5. Choose ice-breaking games.
19 Jun 2017

How can I spice up my wedding reception? ›

8 Easy Ways to Spice Up Your Wedding Ceremony
  1. Mix Up the Ceremony Set-Up. ...
  2. Infuse Something Different into Your Cocktail Reception. ...
  3. Offer Pre-Ceremony Sips. ...
  4. Pick Someone Other Than Your Pastor to Officiate Your Wedding. ...
  5. Mix Up the Roles. ...
  6. Choose Your Favorite Music Genre. ...
  7. Choose an Uncommon Combination of Colors.

How can I make my wedding the best ever? ›

20 Ways to Throw the Best Wedding Ever
  1. 01 of 20. Keep Your Ceremony Brief. ...
  2. 02 of 20. Choose a Personalized Program. ...
  3. 03 of 20. Use a Wedding App or Hashtag. ...
  4. 04 of 20. Give Out-of-Town Guests a Welcome Bag. ...
  5. 05 of 20. Greet Each Guest. ...
  6. 06 of 20. Create a Well-Planned Seating Chart. ...
  7. 07 of 20. Splurge on the Open Bar. ...
  8. 08 of 20.
7 Oct 2019

How do you keep guests entertained? ›

How to entertain guests at home
  1. Create a cozy atmosphere for company. ...
  2. Make a playlist in advance. ...
  3. Plan a theme or activity for the evening. ...
  4. Arrange food and beverages. ...
  5. Set Out Linens. ...
  6. Make the powder room a design experience. ...
  7. Remember, it's about the experience, not following a set of rules.

How do you keep guests entertained at a party? ›

Party Tips to Entertain your Guests
  1. TIP #1: Do Not Plan It All by Yourself!
  2. TIP #2: An Attractive Guest Group!
  3. TIP #3: An Energetic Music Playlist!
  4. TIP #4: Pensive Details!
  5. TIP #5: Delicious Food Servings!
  6. TIP #6: Super Sizzling Cocktails!
  7. TIP #7: A Surprise Element!
  8. TIP #8: Activities for Group Bonding!
15 Jul 2021

What is the most popular wedding song in 2022? ›

Top Wedding Song List 2022 the Year You Were Born—Until Now
  • Paul McCartney & Wings – Silly Love Songs.
  • Donna Summer – Last Dance.
  • K-Ci & JoJo – All My Life.
  • The Lumineers – Ho Hey.
  • Michael Bublé – Save The Last Dance For Me.
  • AC/DC – You Shook Me All Night Long.
  • Journey – Don't Stop Believin'
  • Blane Howard – Promise to Love Her.
13 Sept 2022

What is the cost of a wedding in 2022? ›

All told, the Wedding Report's average cost for a 2022 wedding sits at around $27,000, which is about on par with 2021 costs.

Who eats first at a wedding? ›

It's actually really simple, and pretty much a golden rule. ~ Bride & Groom is served (and eats) first, then the wedding party and parents, then the rest of the guests.

What do you do at a wedding with no music? ›

  • 2.1 Games for Reception.
  • 2.2 Allow Your Visitors to Speak.
  • 2.3 Play some Laser Tag or Arcade Games.
  • 2.4 Sing Some Wedding Karaoke.
  • 2.5 Allow Bookworms to Read.
  • 2.6 Indoor Games.
  • 2.7 Live Performances.
  • 2.8 Have A Good Time In A Photo Booth—Or Two.

How can I make my wedding fun without alcohol? ›

But that doesn't mean you have to. There are plenty of ways to make your wedding reception or even just a party you're hosting awesome without putting everybody there under the influence.
...
Offer Interesting Non-Alcoholic Drinks
  1. soda.
  2. tea.
  3. sparkling water.
  4. virgin cocktails.
  5. smoothies.
  6. milkshakes.
  7. non-alcoholic beer and wine.
9 Feb 2017

What order do you do wedding dances? ›

First Dance Etiquette
  1. The bride and groom share the first dance.
  2. The father of the bride then dances with the bride. The groom may also dance with the mother of the bride.
  3. Next, the bride's mother and father dance together. ...
  4. The dance floor then opens up to the bridesmaids and groomsmen. ...
  5. After that, it's a free-for-all.
25 Mar 2021

What do wedding guests do after the ceremony? ›

Guests: Your guests are slowly exiting the ceremony and moving their way to the venue or reception location. The cocktail hour is a great time to have your guests mingle, eat some hors d'oeuvres and wind down before the party gets started.

What do people do between the wedding and reception? ›

Organize a group activity. One of the best ways to keep your guests busy during a gap between the ceremony and reception is to plan an activity, like a trolley tour of the city or a group visit to a local museum or garden.

How do you keep guests entertained during cocktail hour? ›

From signature drinks and cocktails to custom decorations and fun lawn games, we've rounded up our favorite creative cocktail hour ideas, below.
  1. Croquet on the Lawn. ...
  2. A Giant Jenga Set. ...
  3. Roasting Marshmallows. ...
  4. A Game of Checkers. ...
  5. DIY Wooden Wedding Sign. ...
  6. Mariachi Band Cocktail Hour Music. ...
  7. Mini-Popsicle Cocktails.

How many guests is considered a small wedding? ›

Intimate wedding: Between 50 and 75 guests. Small wedding: Less than 50 guests. “That number can fit comfortably in a backyard with 6 or so tables,” she says.

How do you have a small wedding without hurting your feelings? ›

Only invite those closest to you

Take an inventory of your closest friends and family and only invite those you've been in direct contact with recently. If you haven't spoken to them in the past five years, their feelings won't be hurt when they aren't included in your wedding celebrations.

How do you entertain wedding guests between ceremony and reception? ›

Fun ways to entertain guests between the wedding ceremony and...
  1. Host nibblies and cocktails. ...
  2. Book an experience afternoon. ...
  3. Turn your photo shoot into a picnic. ...
  4. Organise games/activities. ...
  5. Hire a city tour bus/boat. ...
  6. Hold a dance-off. ...
  7. Hire an entertainer (such as a band, comedian, caricaturists or magician)

What are the activities done in a family in wedding? ›

Family comes together to celebrate the wedding. So it has different kind of activities according to their own family rituals. Sangeet is the most enjoyable function where bride,her friends and relatives keep mehendi. Along with that they conduct some funny games.

How do you play the bride or groom game? ›

Bride or Groom GUESS WHO? Game
  1. Bride and groom fill out the questions separately beforehand.
  2. Everyone gets a mustache (to represent the groom) and lips (to represent the bride).
  3. After asking each question, on the count of 3, everyone holds up who they think the answer is.
  4. The bride and groom reveal their answers.
21 Aug 2018

How do you keep guests entertained at a party? ›

Party Tips to Entertain your Guests
  1. TIP #1: Do Not Plan It All by Yourself!
  2. TIP #2: An Attractive Guest Group!
  3. TIP #3: An Energetic Music Playlist!
  4. TIP #4: Pensive Details!
  5. TIP #5: Delicious Food Servings!
  6. TIP #6: Super Sizzling Cocktails!
  7. TIP #7: A Surprise Element!
  8. TIP #8: Activities for Group Bonding!
15 Jul 2021

How do you keep guests entertained during cocktail hour? ›

From signature drinks and cocktails to custom decorations and fun lawn games, we've rounded up our favorite creative cocktail hour ideas, below.
  1. Croquet on the Lawn. ...
  2. A Giant Jenga Set. ...
  3. Roasting Marshmallows. ...
  4. A Game of Checkers. ...
  5. DIY Wooden Wedding Sign. ...
  6. Mariachi Band Cocktail Hour Music. ...
  7. Mini-Popsicle Cocktails.

What do wedding guests do after the ceremony? ›

Guests: Your guests are slowly exiting the ceremony and moving their way to the venue or reception location. The cocktail hour is a great time to have your guests mingle, eat some hors d'oeuvres and wind down before the party gets started.

What are traditional wedding activities? ›

Check out these wedding reception traditions and start planning your own celebration.
  • Grand Entrance. ...
  • First Dance. ...
  • Parent Dances. ...
  • Toasts and Speeches. ...
  • Cake Cutting. ...
  • Bouquet Toss and Garter Toss. ...
  • Anniversary Dance. ...
  • Guest Book.
20 Jan 2021

Who eats first at a wedding? ›

It's actually really simple, and pretty much a golden rule. ~ Bride & Groom is served (and eats) first, then the wedding party and parents, then the rest of the guests.

What do you do instead of first dance at a wedding? ›

Don't Want to do a First Dance? Try One of These Alternatives
  • Have a champagne toast followed by an all-guest dance. ...
  • Do a bridal party group dance. ...
  • Play a special song. ...
  • Invite all the couples to the dance floor. ...
  • Do a first [sword fight, video game, jump rope, etc].

How do I liven up my wedding reception? ›

You don't have to stick to the traditional wedding reception activities, like a first dance or a cake-cutting ceremony.
...
Shake things up at your reception by including one (or more) of these crowd-pleasing ideas.
  1. Tarot Card Reader. ...
  2. Vegas-Inspired Performers. ...
  3. Poetry Writer. ...
  4. Drag Performance. ...
  5. Live Painter. ...
  6. Lion Dancers.
11 Jul 2022

How long should the shoe game be? ›

In case you have trouble thinking of amusing questions, we have compiled a list of 50 questions, although 20-30 is usually sufficient since the game should last about 10 minutes.

What did the groom say game rules? ›

The groom is asked questions about the bride in advance. The game cards are passed out to the guests at the shower and everyone has to guess how many questions the bride will answer correctly. Then, the bride is asked the same questions, giving the answers that she thinks her groom has given.

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