Post # 1
I’m sure there have been a million posts about kissing games, but I am at a loss for an idea that is fun and different. We have all seen the “sing a love song” and “share a story” kissing games, but does anyone have any different ideas??? Please help!!!
Post # 3
we have two options for our wedding
1. is a kiss for a donation to our favourite charity. Depending on the amount donated, depends on the kinda kiss they get to see! HAHAH
2. We are doing a “Who wants to be a millionaire” type deal where tables will answer trivia questions and they can call a friend (as someone else at another table), 50/50 or poll the audience (room). They can’t call the parents though and based on who’s sitting at the table depends on the question they get (ie: my family members/friends would get a questions about my fiance).
Post # 4
we JUST had this discussion last night. 🙂 Here are our top choices:
-make a “Top Five” list having to do with the bride and/or groom
-you demonstrate a kiss, then bride and groom will copy it
-donation jar (donations go to charity)
-jar with names of all the couples in attendance in it; someone draws a pair of names, they kiss + bride&groom kiss, once the names are gone the game is done
-write a poem (limmerick, haiku, etc.) and read it aloud
We’re doing haikus, because that really fits our personalities. 🙂
Post # 5
We did something pretty simple. We had a big bowl full of Hershey kisses. If the guest pulled a regular silver wrapped one, we (the bride and groom) had to kiss. If the guest pulled a blue one (I think they’re white chocolate), they had to kiss someone.
At my best friend’s wedding she did a really cool one. If you wanted the bride and groom to kiss, you had to do the kiss yourself and then the bride and groom had to reenact it. Some of the guests got really creative and it was SO funny!
Post # 6
We are trying to keep the kissing to a minimum (I plan to enjoy my dinner and not get interrupted every two minutes by clinking glasses!). With that in mind, we are asking guests who want us to kiss to come up to the microphone and tell a story (funny, sappy, whatever) about us as a couple – we figure that most people won’t want to speak in front of ~180 people so this will keep it to a minimum. We also flirted with the idea of doing a charity donation for a kiss, but The Guy was worried we wouldn’t get many donations and then he would feel bad for the charity 🙂
I’ve been to a few weddings in the last couple years where they’ve done the imitation kissing game that @bakerella mentioned and it seems to be fun and popular – good luck!
Post # 7
Thanks so much!! Great ideas!
Post # 8
We did the “if you want the bride and groom to kiss, you have to kiss” thing. The MC announced it as soon as the glass clinking started. I wanted to have little cards on the tables with a short rhyming poem about not clinking but ran out of time. The MC only had to say it twice (one person in back didn’t hear the first time) and about 4 couples came up to the dance floor and kissed.
Post # 9
We did the “copy a kiss thing” I wanted to do it because it gets a lot of old people, that hardly touch each other, making out 😉
Post # 10
We were thinking of doing the same thing. We came up with this little poem to put on each table.
At this wedding,
clinking your glass
will just not fly.
Instead, grab a partner,
show us your best kiss,
and then the newlyweds
will give it a try!