We think that games which can bring other couples together, one that can help your guests meet new friends, or any activities that has something to do with you and your groom, are perfect candidates for your wedding games. Here are some of our game ideas for this theme:
You will need two groups here, but we’ll leave it to you on how you will group your players.
Each group will have a bowl of stars, wherein each star contains a name of a Hollywood star that happens to be one of the favorites of either the bride or the groom.
This will play like a typical relay race wherein each player need to accomplish the goal – match the star with either the bride or the groom (you can have a board of some sort wherein each player can tack the star on the groom or bride side). Once the goal is accomplished, the next player in line will need to accomplish same goal, until all the stars have been properly classified.
You can set a time limit and the group with the most number of correct answers within the said time will win the game. If you need to break a tie or two, then the faster group will be the more fortunate one.
Bingo is one of the games popularly played on weddings, but since this is for a celestial wedding, then it should be all about stars. This means that the numbers should be replaced by the different star names (you can easily google them) and the first guest who can do a diagonal cross out will be the winner. Of course, you can make it a wee bit more challenging by requiring them to cross out words such that all crossed out words will make an X on their bingo cards. Either way, this will be a fun game and a fitting addition to any celestial wedding.
You will need a number of male and female pairs for this particular game. You also need to choose a number of slow songs that should either have stars, space, and the like as part of its lyrics, or a song that happens to be part of a popular space-related movie soundtrack. Some candidates include Simply Red’s Stars, Our Lady Peace’ Somewhere Out There, Aerosmith’s I Don't Want To Miss A Thing and Chantal Kreviazuk’s Leaving On A Jetplane.
Your chosen pairs should dance while the music is playing, stopping any movement when music is off and dancing again once the music resumes. To make it extra-challenging, you might want to prolong the music-off parts.
The game will play out until you have your best couple in stopping and dancing.
Space Puzzle Race
You will need a number of outer space jigsaw puzzles for this game. The number depends on how many guest tables you have.
As the title suggest, this is a race, a race to piece all the jigsaw puzzles together. You can choose jigsaw puzzles with more pieces if you want the game to be more challenging.
We don’t know about you, but we love the idea of a custom made jigsaw puzzle and we think that a puzzle featuring you and your groom in your best space suits will be amazing!