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Inspiration & Expert Advice to Help You Create Your Own Wedding Ceremony!

Yet Another Wedding Reception Game

At an informal wedding that I went to the MC invited everyone to stand and then said  ... read more

Playing Trivia at Your Wedding Reception

Some people are naturally gregarious and have no trouble connecting, others may choose not to join in any icebreakers … choice is important. Trivia questions for each table that don’t require everyone to join in work well so Uncle John can sit back and just listen and not have to talk. He might even find that despite himself he cannot help but add to the conversation.  ... read more

Games for the Reception

wedding receptionPlace a few simple puzzles (knot and ring, bent nail tangles etc) on the table and guests will pick them up, maybe work together, laugh, pass them around.

Prior to the reception, numbers are taped to each chair. During the course of the evening, a number is called out and that person has to make a toast, share a memory about the bride and groom or generally wish the couple well!  ... read more

More Wedding Icebreakers!

wedding reception love songs
(see cautionary warning on previous blog!)

I attended one wedding where we were given the lyrics to Elvis Presley’s song, Love me Tender. During the ceremony most people joined in and sang. The song sheet had prompts for just the women to sing a chorus, and then the men, and then together. It was awesome.   ... read more

Games and Icebreakers for Weddings

Wedding games and icebreakersGames and icebreakers for weddings can be lots of fun… our family has always loved playing games however there is a cautionary warning, not every guest will want to join in. Some will hear the word, ‘game’ and make a bolt for the door. Others will groan, but despite themselves will have fun!

Of course, they are fun things to do that don’t necessarily involve ‘playing a game’ like the cootie catchers or as I knew them the ‘fortune tellers’. Do you remember them from primary school?  ... read more

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