(Closed) Chinese Wedding Games

posted 8 years ago in East Asian
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

I am not asian, but we played games at my reception! We played a shoe game, where we sat back to back and my moh asked questions like “who wears the pants” and then we both held up my shoe lol. it was really fun and hilarious. We also played one where we had 12 chairs in the center, like musical chairs, and people have to get an object while the music is going like musical chairs plus scavengar hunt. it was super fun!

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

You can play the egg game. I don’t know if you use a raw egg or boiled egg. You start going up one pant leg with the egg and exit out of the other leg.

Post # 5
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

have the groom blindfolded and a bunch of girls line up… the groom touches all the hands or something and has to guess which one is his wife.  or the guys lines up and the bride touches each ones butt and has to pick out her husband.

wife sits in a chair with her feet in a V shape like a goal, and the husband has a bottle or a something tied to his waist hanging down.  (hes on his knees) and then has to swing whatever is tied to his waist at a golf or tennis ball into the goal.  this ones just really funny to watch.

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

My awesome Bridesmaid or Best Man planned our reception games as a surprise. She did one similar to the shoe game, but instead she asked us questions and we wrote the answers on a white board. I guess kind of like the newlywed show. We also did the first game that pinkshoes wrote about.

Lastly, we did one that involved two other couples as participants. If you’ve seen some of the games shows from Hong Kong, this might sound familiar. She put stacks of seaweed on one table, and the guys had to pick it up with their lips and the girls had to catch it with their lips and put it down on the next table. The couple with the most seaweed passed won.

Post # 7
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Busy bee

I have seen the egg game and that one is usually a raw egg but definitely can get very messy.

I haven’t seen the one where the bride has to guess by the butts but usually by the legs.

Another one I have seen being played is where they tie like a piece of chicken or something to a string and the bride has to eat it. Catch is that it is swinging from the groom neck (the string that is).

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