Post # 1
WEDDING MUSICAL CHAIRS / SCAVENGER HUNT
1. Item asked for must not belong to you (the contestant) or any other contestant, It can belong to a non participating guest
2. Only go find item once you hear the word “GO”
3. Each round a number of chairs will be removed
4. Those who come back must find an empty seat to continue on to the next round
5. If you do not find an empty seat then you are eliminated
6. Once you qualify for the next round you are to take the item and return it to it’s rightful owner then go find the new item. DO NOT return the item until the new round starts when I (the emcee) says “GO”
7. Winner is the last person sitting in the last chair
A form of ID
· Lipstick (put WAR PAINT – TRIBAL COLOURS)
· Something that tells time
· A mans belt (THEN PUT BELT BACK ON DONOR!!)
· Coin more than 15 years old!!
· Something that gives a REFLECTION
· A picture of someone or something that is LOVED
· Business Card – I KEEP
· Someone OLDER (or SEXIER) THAN YOU! – this is CLASSIC
😆 · Something that tribe members are wearing which
covers their metatarsals (feet)
· Besides lipstick, Something used to improve your
· Besides a camera, something at your table worth
more than $200 dollars.
· Besides CASH, something vital to shopping
· Toilet Paper * I ask for 1 perfect square.
Look around – these items were not here yesterday
and most likely not here tomorrow!! – B&G
Post # 3
Hmm..sounds like fun…But I photograph a ton of weddings a year, and I’ve never seen anyone do stuff like this at weddings. I’ve seen DJ’s interact with the guests at weddings, but not to this extreme. I don’t see this going too far or being a big hit, And if I were a guest, I would probably laugh and not participate. sorry.
Post # 4
we are wanting more of a light hearted wedding but thanks for the input. will let ya know if it works out well.
Post # 5
@shelbeysweet: I’m sure you know your guests, but I would get crickets if I tried anything like this.
As a lady who would show up to a wedding in dress and heels, there is not a chance I would be running around like a child at a picnic begging strangers for a lipstick and then racing to get a chair.
I suspect you will get mainly children participating (if you are having kids at your wedding).
Post # 6
I think as long as you allow people to opt out it should be fun. I would not participate but that just me I’m sure you have guest who will want to and those who will not.
Post # 7
yeah we are very family oriented. lol my guests are very wild and fun even in heels lol thats why it seems so perfect
Post # 8
As a previous poster said (you know your guests (but I would have no interest in participating. I have never been to a wedding that involved games.
Post # 9
it will def just be by volunteer.
Post # 10
I think it sounds neat! Im sure there will be some people game to play.
The last wedding I went to had a scavenger hunt for the kids and I can’t lie, I was ready to jump right on in!!
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
We’re having an outdoors lunch reception and we’re choosing to do lawn games. We’re DIYing all the games (giant jenga, twister, giant x’s and o’s, and ring toss) in our wedding colours of blush, ivory, and light gold. We wanted to include games at our reception, but not put pressure on our guests to participate. This way they can go over to the games if they want (I think it’ll be mainly our cousins and younger guests) and they aren’t forced to particiapte. I think as long as you allow people to opt out then it’ll be fine. I really hate games like musical chairs where the spotlight is on me, so I wouldn’t participate (especially at a wedding), but you know your guests best and I’m sure they’ll have a great time.
Post # 12
My friends would love it. My family might participate, but we’d get enough to make this a hoot.
Just a suggestion: we did the shoe game at our engagement party and it went over VERY well. http://www.bridalguide.com/blogs/bridal-buzz/the-shoe-game