Wedding Games

Wedding games are a great way to add excitement to any wedding ceremony. From traditional arcade games and Mad Libs to a fun old bean bag toss and even indoor bean bag racing, adding a touch of fun to, if it be for adults or children, is never a terrible idea. In fact, wedding games can actually be a very fun part of any wedding, as long as they are chosen well. Choosing games that fit your style and budget are important for making sure you have a memorable day. Here are some ideas to get you started:

* arcade games. These can be fun games for both bride and groom, especially if there are several arcade games going at the same time. Games like bowling, beer pong, hopscotch and potato sack can make weddings more enjoyable for everyone. Just don’t play any of these while your in the room-and don’t invite the bride and groom to.

* photo credit. This is the most important wedding games for the bridal party. Every guest will need to sign their name to their name card so the couple can make their own photo back up and paste it onto their wedding cake (make sure the photo credit is done correctly, though, or else you’ll wind up with a blurry picture of the couple). This is also a good way for the bridal party to take photos of the newlyweds afterwards so they can be used on the invitation or website. Bridesmaids can help with this, too, by signing their names, too. And don’t worry if they don’t know how to do it-you can always just take another photo and resave it!

* Flip Cup. Everyone loves the game show format, and this is a great example of that. For this one, each guest is given a small plastic flip bag. On it is a small stuffed bird, with a paperclip to tempt them to scratch it open. The object of the game is to get the bird into the bag without popping it inside. The bride and groom are the judges, and the first person to get all the birds into the bag wins.

* Guess What’s in the Bag. Another fun wedding games for the guests is to guess what’s in the bag. The bride and groom each put a small piece of their luggage into the bag, and the guests must guess at which bag the item belongs in. The bride and groom may alternate, or keep it steady as a judging touch.

These are just a few fun wedding games for date night. Choose something that makes the guests laugh, but that doesn’t require much coordination. And make sure to have some prizes ready, so that the winners can get something nice to take home. This is your chance to show your guests just how much you care about them, and these are some of the best ways to do that.