2023 Wedding Emcee Games
Top 10 Wedding Emcee Games you can consider for your wedding celebrations in 2023!
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Wedding Shoe Game - This game involves the bride and groom sitting back to back, each holding one of their own shoes and one of their partner's shoes. The emcee asks a series of questions about their relationship, and the bride and groom raise the shoe that corresponds to their answer. It's a fun way for guests to learn more about the couple and their relationship.
Trivia Game - This game involves the bride and groom answering trivia questions about each other. Guests can submit questions ahead of time, and the couple can compete against each other to see who knows the most about their partner.
Musical Chairs - This classic game is always a hit at weddings. Guests can dance to music until the music stops, and then race to find a seat. The last person standing is eliminated, and the game continues until there's only one winner.
Bingo - Create a bingo card with items that might happen during the wedding, such as the groom shedding a tear during the ceremony or the bride catching the bouquet. Guests can mark off each item as it happens, and the first person to get a bingo wins a prize.
Photo Scavenger Hunt - Create a list of photo challenges, such as taking a photo with the bride and groom, or capturing a picture of a guest wearing a certain color. Guests can work in teams to complete the challenges, and the team with the most completed challenges wins a prize.
Ang Bao Roulette: This game involves having guests write their names on a red packet (ang bao) and place it in a basket. The bride and groom will then randomly draw out a few ang baos, and those guests will win a prize or get to participate in a game.
Gatecrashing Games: In this tradition, the groom and his groomsmen are put through a series of challenges and games before being allowed to see the bride. These games can range from physical challenges like push-ups and sit-ups to mental challenges like solving riddles and puzzles.
Guess the Number - Fill a jar with candies or other small items and ask guests to guess how many are inside. The guest who comes closest to the actual number wins a prize.
Guess the Song - Play short snippets of popular love songs and guests have to guess the name of the song and the artist. You can also make it more challenging by playing covers or remixes of the songs.
Karaoke: Singaporeans love karaoke, so consider setting up a karaoke machine and letting guests take turns singing their favorite songs. This can be a fun way to get everyone involved and lighten the mood.
Remember to keep the games appropriate for all ages and cultures, and to have fun while celebrating the special day with family and friends.
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