then heading to a reception for a few more hours and clocking off for the night. Nowadays, weddings can be full day affairs,
but they are full of fun and activity that continues well into the night as your guests dance and celebrate with you. Planning this
kind of wedding can feel overwhelming - how can you keep all your guests entertained and energized? The answer, of course,
is games. People love games, and events like a wedding gives us all an excuse to have fun and be a little bit silly again. Games
come in all shapes and sizes, and here are some of the best options to keep your wedding day full of fun.
don’t need further organization. Instead of trying to gather everyone together for a group game, you can simply set them up and
let guests play with them as and when they wish. This can help keep them entertained whilst taking the pressure of you and allowing
you to enjoy your special day. Some great options include Cornhole (for more information on custom sets and cornhole bags, click here),
Giant Jenga and Connect Four - all of which will take your guests back to the fun of their childhood!
different people. By the time you get out on the dance floor, you want everyone to feel like they’re friends - and word games are a great start.
You can set up a pub quiz with each dining table as a team, asking them questions about how well they know the bride and groom. A prize for
the winners never goes amiss either! Heading back to your college days, you could also play a version of ‘Never Have I Ever’, where everyone
who has done the statement has to stand up and/or drink. This will help your guests get to know each other whilst providing laughs and a bit of
risque entertainment as well.