Look, not everybody at your wedding was born to dance. If your guest list includes a few people who suffer from chorophobia, or if you have two left feet yourself, here are a few ways to keep your wedding guests who don’t dance entertained and laughing the whole night through, then consider incorporating these 15 amazingly fun ideas into your wedding day festivities to give your guests a night they’ll never forget.
1. DIY RING TOSS GAME
Entertain your guests with the most adorable DIY ring toss game ever. Note that high scores and champagne consumption may have an inverse relationship.
2. GOLDEN APPLE CROQUET
Bring a little Wonderland-esque whimsy to your wedding.
3. WEDDING CORNHOLE
Add a personal touch to this classic lawn game by customizing cornhole toss boards with your silhouettes.
4. WEDDING MAD LIBS
Entertain your guests before the ceremony with custom wedding mad libs and see who gives the most entertaining advice.
5. PUT A CROSSWORD PUZZLE ON YOUR PROGRAM
Who doesn’t like a good crossword puzzle to pass the time? Keep your guests busy with these custom wedding program/crossword puzzles:
[DIY Tutorial: Intimate Weddings]
6. DIY COLORING BOOKS
The last thing you want at your wedding is a crying, restless child during the ceremony. Keep the little ones occupied with kid-centric activities like DIY coloring books that not only keep them busy, but might even be fun for the young-at-heart adult guests.
7. DIY DRINK TICKETS
If an open bar is out of your budget, make divvying out the adult beverages fun with these DIY drink tickets. Guests can wheel and deal or win extras!
8. WEDDING PINATA FILLED WITH MARRIAGE ADVICE
Want a unique guest book idea that is just as creative as it is beautiful? Consider this gorgeous DIY wedding anniversary piñata that guests write tid bits of advice on pieces of paper and the happy couple breaks it open on their anniversary.
9. THE PRICE IS RIGHT WHEEL
Are you kidding me with this giant DIY The Price is Right wheel? Your guests will have a ball spinning this and trying to get the happy couple to do whatever is indicated on the section where the marker lands.
10. WEDDING SPEECH BINGO
Make your wedding speeches even more memorable and interactive with these custom wedding speech bingo cards. Guests will love following along in anticipation of being the lucky winner yelling, “BINGO!”
11. DIY HANGOVER KITS
Oh me, oh my. Chances are, at least a few of your guests will have too good of a time at your wedding, so do them a solid by handing out these DIY hangover kits so they aren’t hurting too bad the morning after. Do this and you’ll be the one receiving thank you cards:
12. GIANT JENGA
Those guests who aren’t shaking their thing might be more into a game of skill and hand-eye coordination, like Jenga. Make or buy a giant Jenga set and you’ll have a go-to entertainment station your guests will love.
13. COFFEE OR COCOA BAR
There’s nothing more comforting than a hot cup of joe or cocoa. Set up a simple DIY coffee/hot cocoa bar after dinner and send your guests off into the night caffeinated and satisfied.
14. KID’S TABLES
You want your guests who are parents to be able to enjoy their time at your wedding and not have to spend the night entertaining their children. Set up a DIY kids table full of snacks, entertainment, and activities that will give the little ones a party of their own.
15. CASINO GAMES
- If you really want to wow your guests with ample entertainment, then roll the dice with an after-dinner casino night where guests can test their luck at popular games like Blackjack, Poker, and Roulette:
[Photo Credit: Martha Stewart Weddings]
Your wedding guests will surely thank you for giving them an unforgettable night filled with memories that will last a lifetime. Be sure to use Joy the App for your big day and turn your wedding day memories into ones that will last a lifetime.
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