Wedding Reception Game Ideas
Wedding Reception Game Ideas need not be limited to formality and ceremonies. It can be one of action, life and enjoyment, with some game ideas that can spice the event up. If you haven’t tried any of these, better try them now.
1. Word Games
Have something like a crossword puzzle, word puzzle search, or any other word game using words that are relevant to the couple being wed. Such terms can be deliberately witty
If you can afford printing out bingo cards, have in those cards details about the bride and groom or about certain guests. You design it so someone who fills the pattern wins a prize.
or any other printed paper can have fun suggestion questions on them, such as “what should we name our dog?” “what game console should be buy,” “what house decor should we buy next,” and these will be given to the wedded couple. It’s up to you whether to raffle or deliberately select a winner.
4. He Said/She Said or Bride/Groom
You can either have it printed out on paper, or have someone do it live. Have some quotes, achievements or notable actions ready, and the guests guess whether the groom or bride did or said them. It could be a race, or let the bride and groom check out the answers per table
5. Wed Libs
Fill in the blank quiz or a circle quiz that is simply about the wedded couple. With some special tidbits to make people chuckle.
6. Coloring Books
It’s a great memento with a personal touch, if you have enough time and preparation to have them printed. You can even have sketchbooks with coloring material for something guests can whip up themselves.
7. Spin the Wheel
Give the old spin-a-win a twist. Put on it truth or consequence things like “admit your first love,” or “kiss your date now.” It can be fun or riotous.
8. Guess Your Spouse
Blindfold one of the wedded couple and have them look through a group of guests for their partner. How do they try to find them? But touching the face and guessing the features! No talking on this one!
9. Table Dance-Off
Assign each table a particular song. When the host calls out a song, all guest on the table should do a dance! A judge can pick who did a good number!