Inside: The Best Wedding Games for Guests

Weddings are the best time to bring all your favorite people together to celebrate you and your love! With champagne, dancing, cake, and I DO’s a wedding is filled with loads of fun opportunities for guests to have a blast. One of our favorite ways to bring the party to a wedding is packing it full of fun game options for every.

These wedding games for guests are full of laughter, fun, and even some kissing.

Best Wedding Games for Guests

Fun Wedding Reception Games for Guests

Wedding Couple Mad Libs: Want marriage and love advice from your family and friends? Create a Mad Libs-style template for guests to fill out at their tables. This is one of the wedding games guests can do alone, or the whole table can get in on the fun, sharing their tips on how to keep the spark alive, where to go on “married dates,” and other words of wisdom.

I Dare You: Have a few wallflowers among your guests? Help them join in the fun by placing fun dare options on each table. Keep in mind who will be seated at each table when you prepare the dares. Ideas include: “kiss the person to either side of you,” “take a selfie with a funny face,” “bust a new move on the dance floor,” and “do a group shot at the bar.”

Fun Wedding Reception Games for Guests

Cornhole: Cornhole is the perfect lawn game for couples that want to make extra activities feel like a cohesive part of the overall wedding décor. This creative couple painted and personalized their boards and the beanbags, too.

Large Word Search: Transform a chalkboard into a creative word search that your guests can try their hand at all evening long. The trick to DIY-ing this word search game is to write the individual letters in permanent paint and provide chalk only for circling words. Get creative and include personal trivia about the two of you as a couple for guests to find.

Board Games During Wedding

Bored-No-More Board Games: Take a playful—and colorful—approach to your centerpieces by using board games as mid-table eye candy. Dominoes, decks of cards, Trivial Pursuit, Life, and Yahtzee all make for crowd-pleasing wedding games guests can play.

More Wedding Table Game Ideas

  • Dominoes
  • Deck of Card
  • Apples to Apples
  • Yahtzee
  • Uno
  • Skip-bo
  • Life
  • Sorry

Bride and Groom Trivia: Let one lucky guest from each table make a play to take home the centerpiece or a prize. Create a list of trivia questions about the bride and groom for guests to answer. Have the DJ or a wedding party member read the answers. The person at each table with the most correct answers wins.

Board Game Ideas For Weddings

Couple’s Crossword: Another way to test your guests’ newlywed knowledge is to create a crossword puzzle entirely based on information about the bride and groom. Winners with the most correct answers for this wedding game don’t have to win anything beyond bragging rights.

Wedding Day Games for Guests

The Kissing Game: Not a fan of kissing when guests clink their glasses? Break out a giant DIY die (basically a large decorated square box) to decide the pucker-up type. Label each side with “peck on the cheek,” “showstopper kiss,” “take a selfie kiss,” “roll again,” “bride kisses guest,” and “groom kisses guest”—or come up with your own options. Roll the die every time you hear that familiar clinking sound!

Stand Up, Sit Down: All that sitting during the reception can be hard on guests’ backsides. Get them on their feet with a trivia game that instructs people to stand or sit in response to questions about the bride and groom.

The Bride & Groom Shoe Game: Is a fun reception game that can involve the entire guest party! Find out wedding shoe game printable PDF with questions to ask & tips for playing the party game right here.

Wedding Day Games for Guests

Wedding Scavenger Hunt: Here is another fun way to make sure your guests stay entertained throughout the whole wedding. Bonus, you get some great photos because of it! The Wedding Scavenger Hunt game is a great way to give your guests a mission during the celebration but also pushing them to have a little more fun. Make sure each guest grabs a copy of your picture scavenger hunt wedding game and shares their photos with you via Social Media or hand out a few disposable cameras to develop later.

Spin the Wheel: To encourage guest interaction, consider creating a custom wheel of activities that can be spun throughout the reception. This creative option includes details like “Pick a Couple to Kiss,” “Show Us Your Best Dance Moves” and the classic “Bride & Groom Kiss.”

More Game Ideas You’ll Love

  • Minute to Win It Bridal Shower Games – Have you jumped on the Minute to Win It craze yet? If not, you are definitely missing out. They are such fun and simple games to put together and a blast to play.  From tossing bouquets to saying yes to the dress these Minute to Win It Bridal Shower Games are a blast!
  • Bachelorette Party Games – Planning a bachelorette party can be super stressful because there are so many things to think about. But girl, I’ve got you covered with the games and activities. Here you’ll find twenty-five printable bachelorette party games.
  • Boozed Up Drinking Games –  Oh we have all had “ONE OF THOSE” nights. You know what kind of night I’m talking about, the ones where it just seems like you are exactly where you are supposed to be. Surrounded by friends, laughing all night, cheering to the best days of your life. Those sweet, sweet nights. I love nights like that. These boozed-up party drinking games are the perfect way to celebrate the best nights of your life.