16. Ladder Golf
To play game Ladder Golf, teams toss two balls connected by a string with the goal of hooking their opponents’ ladder rungs.
How to play: Set up simiarly to corn hole, two teams of one to two people toss their ball-and-string combo onto one of three rungs. The “ladder” includes three levels, each of which is worth more points than the others. This is an easy DIY with some piping, paint, golf balls and twine.
17. Stand Up, Sit Down
Break the ice with this group questionnaire game. Guests stand up when they agree with the funny question or statement.
How to play: A great way to get stories flowing! To play, one of the hosts, a member of the wedding party, or the MC announces a series of hilarious questions, prompting the audience to sit down or stand up for “yes” or “no.” Each table ends the game knowing new, interesting facts about their dinner companions and the newlyweds themselves.
18. DJ Name That Tune
When the DJ plays two seconds of the upcoming song, name the tune first for a prize or a special place on the dance floor!
How to play: A great way to get your DJ in on the fun is to incorporate a game of Name That Tune into the dancing portion of the evening. As the DJ plays a short portion of the song, the crowd has to guess the song. You should vary the songs throughout generations, and include the kids in to have more fun.
19. Guest Guess Who
Change up the classic game Guest Guess Who by adding pictures of your wedding’s guests for personalized fun. This makes for a great wedding party game for guests who have known the bride and groom during different life stages.
How to play: By either constructing your own board or utilizing the original childhood game, paste wallet-size portraits of your guests on the game’s flippable doors. Two players pair up against one another and each secretly choose one of the players in their mind. Players take turns asking questions about physical and personal traits to narrow down their opponent’s secret selection.