How About Some Fun Games In Your Destination Wedding?
A wedding should be filled with a lot of fun and merriment. And when it is a destination wedding, a pinch of drama is a must in addition. After all, your guests will travel all the way to attend your wedding. So, it is your responsibility to entertain them to the fullest. Mind it, never they should feel bored! If you wonder what to do and how to go about it, then keep reading the article. Here we bring to you some ultimate fun gaming ideas for your destination wedding.
Is antakshari on your mind? Then keep it aside for a while and give a thought to giant jenga. Sober or drunk, tired or tipsy, you can enjoy this game any moment and any place. Merge this with truth and dare or with confession game to make it a little more exciting.
Dance and music have been happening for long. Don’t you think you need a break from it? We know that the wedding is about fun and frolic, but let’s have it in a different way. How about hula hoop? Sounds cool, right? We knew it! Imagine all your friends and family members are trying a hand on it. Some are doing it perfectly, while others are not. But the fun is immense, especially for children.
Tug of War
The perfect wedding game that can involve all your guests, starting from children to elders. Split them into two teams like Bride’s Family v/s Groom’s Family or Boys v/s Girls to infuse a little more sense of competition. You can also have a Bride v/s Groom round and see everyone having a blast. In case, there’s a pool in the wedding venue, then you can even arrange it in the pool to take it to a different level of fun.
Ring the bottle
Remember those childhood carnival games? Throw a ring and aim it to go around a bottle. You can go as much creative as possible with the bottles with DIY tips. Colour them in different hues or paint some designs on them as they can play an important role in the wedding venue decor. You can even extend your idea to line up the bottles of imported liquors and let your guests win them.
The prolong morning wedding rituals might make your guests feel bored and restless. So, keep an arrangement for some kites and manjhas that will keep them engaged. Also, flying kites on the wedding lawn can just infuse the necessary amusement to the ceremony. Fun can be added more by extending your creative ideas by painting caricatures of your guests on the kites or writing some quirky wedding messages. Love messages are also a good idea as they will add a dash of romance and make you feel boundless like those kites in the air. Doesn’t that sound super romantic?