7 Fun Indian Wedding Game Ideas For Everyone
Indian wedding games are a mode of easing the couple into the change in their lives, making them comfortable in each other's company and also adding a little fun between all the rasams and traditions.
Wedding games get guests of all ages out of their chairs and dancing, taking pictures or throwing a ball. What’s more, many of these games are easy to DIY and require little to no materials at all.
Consider this list of wedding game ideas when planning the perfect love-filled wedding day.
It is a simple game where there are two teams and one player from each team will enact the name of the movie told by the competitor’s team and their team has to guess it within the allotted time.
Once this game gains momentum, it is sure to gain every guest’s attention. So, dumb charades would be the right game to play at your reception night.
This game can be played by both children and adults. If you are a very good mono actor then get into the game and have fun!
Here’s a traditional Bengali wedding game that’s an absolute delight for all you sweet tooths. When all the games are of rituals and fun filling, this will be something interesting and most liked game for all of us.
Both the bride and the groom’s family get into this game. Two families are set up to eat the maximum number of rasogullas while the other family members cheer up the players and the winning side would get major bragging too.
3.Tug Of War
This is an age-old game that we all would have played in our childhood. This game is solely between the cousins keeping the bride and the groom on the opposite side.
Throw in a rope in the middle and the cousins from both sides have to tug the rope in opposite directions to grab the prize. Tug of War game is proving to be a fun 'photo prop' for weddings - remember the bride's 'team' MUST always win!
With this game, everyone will remind their childhood days. All is needed some sack, wear it and get ready for a great laughter show.
Sometimes the sack gets a hole from the bottom which makes the environment even more laughable. Some get fall down and some tries to go forward. These scenes make the function more memorable.
This is a simple wedding game but will be interesting and funfilled. The game needs a group of people and a DJ. The game starts with music ON and passing the cushion to the other person.
On the midway, the music is paused and the person who is holding the cushion has to perform a task given by the group like singing songs, dancing or any funny activity. Then the game goes on with the music. Make sure you have crazy people in the group to make the game interesting!
Whether you’re hosting an outdoor summer wedding or an intimate gathering indoors, wedding games make for the perfect ice breaker for guests. Nobody likes a boring wedding! Keep guests entertained all night long by incorporating one (or more!) of the super fun wedding games above into your wedding & pre-wedding ceremonies.
Weddings are incomplete without dances so, that is why in every Indian wedding dance competition is mandatory. Basically, there are two groups, the bride's family and the groom's family and they have to dance for the songs played. The group which dances for a long time without the drain of energy would win the game. Isn't it fun??
It is quite an interesting game in Indian wedding ceremonies. However, Antakshari is a spoken parlor game played in India.
It is popular as a group activity during commutes, bus rides, sangeet, etc. The first singer has to sing two complete lines and then s/he may stop at the end of those or following lines.
The last letter of the last word sung is then used by the next singer to sing another song, starting with that letter.