(Closed) Any alternatives to clinking glasses?

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
1403 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

My parents were at a wedding where people had to give a donation to Habitat for Humanity if they wanted to see the bride and groom kiss, and they had to top the previous donation.  The raised some pretty good money for a good cause that night!

Post # 4
43 posts
  • Wedding: May 2011

My brother went to a wedding where if you wanted the bride and groom to kiss you had to sing a song (part of a song….few sentences of a song) about love into the microphone.  I think this is such a great idea for us – especially considering a lot of my friends LOVE kareoke!

Post # 5
6597 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

Our DJ is supplying a kissing wheel.

And so if they want us to kiss they have to go spin the wheel. Depending on the colour that comes up different things will happen! They kiss, we kiss, they show us a kiss and we; copy their kiss etc.

I think it should be fun!

Post # 6
3344 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Our DJ has a list of all the couples who will be there and if someone wants us to kiss he will choose a random couple to kiss as well.

Post # 7
98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Wheel is a fun idea.

I was at a wedding where there where handfuls of Lego parts on each table, and if you wanted the couple to kiss, you had to build them a Lego “sculpture” and bring it to the table. Their head table was covered in fun creations by the end of the night, and there was only enough for 1-2 per table, so it wasn’t endless interruptions.

Post # 9
352 posts
Helper bee

I made a large kissing dice for my sister-in-laws wedding (got used twice actually). Same idea as the kissing wheel only it is a dice. 2 sides have lips where the bride and groom have to kiss. The other 4 sides are numbers and you can be as creative as you want. We did – you kiss someone at your table, copy-cat kiss, parents of the groom kiss, parents of the bride kiss. It was really fun and got the kids involved too which was nice.


Post # 11
540 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I love the idea of giving to a charity to see the bride and groom kiss.

I work for Habitat for Humanity and would really like to give to them through this day, but we just can’t afford to give a donation – even in the place of favors.

I think this is a great idea to do both!!! Thanks!

Post # 12
11 posts
  • Wedding: July 2011

I’ve been to a wedding where the couple set up a mini-golf set (the groom is an avid golfer), and if the guest scored a hole-in-one, then the couple will kiss!

I also don’t want clinking glasses, especially since I’m probably going to rent them!  I have heard of the “kiss for a donation” theme before, so we’re most likely going to do that.  🙂

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