Post # 1
Having an outdoor wedding and considering having a few outdoor games (like cornhole) but in lieu of a bouquet and garter toss I was wondering what else I should do…? I read about the shoe game but don’t actually know if that’s any fun as a guest. Is just having a first dance sufficient? We’re having a buffet so people will need something to do in the meantime till their table is called and many of our friends have never met before so I’m concerned about the mingling. I’m also concerned that if I have lawn games that people will be all scattered in various locations. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
Post # 2
My photographer is doing ours for $500
Post # 3
yeah I was thinking of that! awesome I’ll probably just make one myself. thanks
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
We’re doing a giant Twister game in our wedding colours (pink/light gold/ivory), a giant X’s and O’s in our wedding colours, and a giant Jenga game (: We’re DIYing them and I think the lawn games will add something special to our outdoor wedding! We’re designating a section of the yard to lawn games so that they’re not too spread out.
Post # 5
awesome! yeah i can imagine that being fun
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Yeah, people do get spread out with lawn games. But realistically, they will anyway as they group up in clumps to chat, etc.
We had 4 or 5 sets of cornhole (a big hobby in our circle of friends) as well as a DIY photobooth. But really, if you have food and drink and a guestbook, that’s plenty to keep people occupied for an hour.