The Him or Her Wedding Game.
This is an ideal idea for the best man or maid of honour to arrange on the wedding day.
This is always lots of fun, a good ice breaker and generally get some good laughs. The ideas is that the newlyweds are placed back to back normally on the dance floor and both have a way to represent themself or their partner.
A quizmaster will ask them a series of questions and the couple answers by raising either their or their partner’s item before they see how their partner responded. I’ve seen coloured paddles, shoes and even ping pong paddles with the couples face on.
I’ve seen this a lot just before the first dance, it’s a good way to get the couple onto the dance floor and have the wedding guests gathered around them. The first dance flows naturally from here.
You can come up with your own personalised set of questions but I’ll include some examples to get you started and a printable pdf here ➢
Here’s a few to get you started, add your own and make it a little more personal to the couple.
- Who is the best cook?
- Who is the tidiest?
- Who talks the most?
- Who is a better listener?
- Who picks the best gifts?
- Who is the most organised?
- Who spends the most time talking on their phone?
- Who spends the most time on social media?
- Who watches the most tv?
- Who is the most active?
- Who is the risk-taker?
- Who is the most sociable?
- Who is the best looking?
- Who spends more time in the shower?
- Who spends more time in front of the mirror?
- Who is the funniest?
- Who is the better singer?
- Who is the better driver?
- Who has the worst habits?
- Who is more likely to be on a reality show?
- Who is more likely to be on Crimewatch?
- Who snores?
- On holiday who will be found…..
- Laying next to the pool working on their tan?
- On the beach ready to swim in the sea?
- Exploring the local sights?
- in the bar?
- On your first date?
- Who was the most nervous?
- Who made the first move?
- Who is the better kisser?
- Who was the first to said I love you?
I think the “I love you” question is a good way to end the quiz and have the couple thinking about that first time as they go into their first dance.