Here is a super clever alternative to the traditional Guest Book! Guests write their well wishes to the happy couple on these wooden blocks (similar to Jenga) then as the couple plays the game throughout the years they will be reminded of such a special time in their lives. | Made on Hatch.co
Why do we do that? Wondering why it's tradition for the Groom to throw the garter? It's to distract the guests so they keep their hands off the Bride, of course! This game will have your guests in stitches as they race to be the first to complete matching wedding customs to the bizarre superstitions and folktales that started it all! Answer key included.
a fun traditional wedding game.... The best man cuts the grooms tie into pieces and auctions them off as a keepsake of the special day , and the bride and groom collect the funds to start their new life together
Yard Games: Jenga An oversized Jenga game is a cinch to create — all you need to do is take a trip to the hardware store for some lumber and have each cut to the same length (a traditional Jenga set uses 54 blocks).