Post # 1
We are looking to incorporate games into each portion of our wedding.
Anyone have any other ideas for ways to incorporate games into the cocktail hour or dinner,dancing portion of the evening? (event is outside on a farm so we have room)
Things we have done / are considering:
-We have mad-libs on the programs (idea borrowed from a fellow bee)
-croquet during cocktail hour (not sure about logistics of this though)
-“i spy” photo game (during/after dinner)
any other ideas or anything really awesome that is game-related that you’ve seen? pictures would be awesome, but ideas are just as great!
Post # 3
I really like to play cornhole, which is like a beanbag toss game.
Ladder golf is a really fun game too!
Also, maybe you could do some kind of table trivia during dinner or something . . .
Post # 4
I am having poker and cards at my reception (I love poker and used to work at my venue, where I played cards after work all the time, so there is sentimental value).
I LOVE the idea of croquet during cocktail hour! Adorable!
Post # 5
we played ladder golf at a friend’s shower recently. it was AWESOME! Do you think people are going to get knocked out tho?? LOL! (Sorry just had a mental pic of that….ha!) Could be over-fretting about it though. That would be so neat!
We also play cornhole almost every weekend and we already have a set. That would be a good one…less possible consequences (ie: head bashings) than ladder golf.
I really hope these are activities people will actually participate in…I think my friends will, but some of my parents friends might think its tacky…
Post # 6
I have a ladder golf set that has rubber balls on it. A lot less injury concerns…
What about a scavenger hunt?? Especially if you are going to be at a venue where there is a lot of room to roam. However, I’ve seen some done where there is a lot less movement, like asking for a penny from 1986 or a paperclip or a hairtie or other common items you might have to ask an adult for. (Not that I played that version as a child or anything before…)
Post # 7
I like that one too!
Just curious…Where did you get the rubber-version of ladder golf? Or did you make it?