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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).

How to build a Giant Jenga game that might be useful at the wedding reception, for people to do stuff while waiting for reception to begin Giant Jenga Setup.png

Guests throw darts at balloons w/ paint inside, you keep the art :) . . . . This is such a fun Idea- you could choose the colors and the size to coordinate with your style -

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19 Wedding Planning Hacks That Will Save You So Much Time And Money

If there’ll be kids in attendance, give them a favor that will keep them entertained. | 19 Wedding Planning Hacks That Will Save You So Much Time And Money

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9 wedding reception game ideas to entertain your guests

wedding checkers. cute entertainment for your reception!

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Use a flower box as a rustic drink cooler. Good idea for a outdoor wedding.

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Lawn games for reception fun!

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20+ Ways to Make Your Reception More Fun

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Jeux de Mariage

Jeux de Mariage : peindre des bouteilles (insérer de la peinture à l'intérieur des bouteilles à l'aide d'une seringue, la faire couler partout à l'intérieur en faisant pivoter la bouteille et laisser sécher à l'envers, goulot vers le bas)

Guest sign in wooden bench, hand made, guest sign in table, wedding sign in. Love this. You can put it in your back yard or garden. Cute for outdoor weddings.

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DIY Wedding Jenga Guestbook Idea (Reception Decor

DIY Jenga guestbook wedding idea! The sign "Build memories sign a jenga piece" was made from a wood board with decal letters. Just buy the jenga game and spread the wood pieces out on the table. Buy 5-7 thin point black sharpies so your guests can write on them. Buy a big fish bowl for them to put the jenga blocks in when they were done. Lots of compliments!

we aren't doing the "sit wherever" thing since we have a ginormous guest list. but, i like the idea of a sign painted on a stained pallet! and not necessarily just for the wedding!