Host, live music, illu­sion­ist show or sand ani­ma­tion is great if you can afford such an assort­ment of enter­tain­ment for guests at a wed­ding. And if not? Be ready to take on the role of a hol­i­day scriptwriter and be puz­zled by the ques­tion of how to enter­tain your guests. Chan­fash­ion has col­lect­ed 10 worth­while ideas for you that will make your wed­ding time fun and inter­est­ing for every­one.

Crossword about you

Pre­pare ques­tions about your cou­ple and code them into a small, beau­ti­ful­ly designed cross­word puz­zle. There may be ques­tions about your favorite films, mem­o­rable dates, dreams and life aspi­ra­tions. You can make your rebus in a large for­mat, one for every­one, or print out many copies for each pair of guests. As in any game, even here the win­ner is enti­tled to a small present — this will cre­ate the nec­es­sary excite­ment!

Photo zone

Rel­a­tives and friends on your spe­cial day will not just be there, they will be beau­ti­ful and in a very good mood! But these are ide­al con­di­tions for vivid pho­tos for mem­o­ry! Give guests the oppor­tu­ni­ty to make a hun­dred self­ie-pho­to in a spe­cial­ly designed pho­to zone. The two main accents are the back­ground and props. They must match the gen­er­al style of the hol­i­day. Remem­ber that not all guests know how to pose. This is where a box with bright acces­sories will come in handy. You can put fun­ny hats, turnta­bles, bright lips or fake mus­tach­es in it. And don’t for­get about plates with hash­tags your hol­i­day. So you can col­lect an unfor­get­table mosa­ic of your own wed­ding in social net­works.

Food class or tasting

Why don’t make your evening only enter­tain­ing but also use­ful. Invite a som­me­li­er arrange for guests an excur­sion into the world of wine aro­mas, or a con­fec­tion­er who dis­cov­er the secrets of mak­ing choco­lates. Such leisure will require prop­er zon­ing and care­ful prepa­ra­tion. But believe me, it’s worth it.

Wish clip for newlyweds

A wed­ding movie with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of each guest will become a real gem of your fam­i­ly col­lec­tion. Invite a cam­era­man who will film guests and then pro­fes­sion­al­ly edit short reports. You can ask the facil­i­ta­tor to come up with inter­est­ing ques­tions, do it per­son­al­ly, or leave the whole ini­tia­tive to the direct par­tic­i­pants. Shoot­ing is bet­ter to start 1–2 hours after the start of the ban­quet. By this time, guests will com­plete­ly relax and com­plete­ly immerse them­selves in the fes­tive atmos­phere.

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Wedding dress "Mermaid"


An unusu­al sur­prise for guests — a car­toon as a gift! Invite an artist whose style of por­traits impress­es you and will organ­i­cal­ly fit into your wed­ding for­mat. While the one who wants to get a draw­ing is pos­ing, oth­er guests are hap­py to watch the work of the mas­ter.

Ice cream truck or cotton candy

If the wed­ding takes place in the warm sea­son, give the guests a real child­hood dream. A cheer­ful ice cream truck will be a bright accent of your wed­ding decor. Believe me, not only chil­dren, but also adults will want to take a pic­ture near such an attribute. Per­haps it is worth mak­ing a table next to it, on which there will be vas­es with a vari­ety of pow­ders. Each guest will want to dec­o­rate the ice cream to their lik­ing. An equal­ly orig­i­nal solu­tion is to treat guests with cot­ton can­dy! There is noth­ing dif­fi­cult in the process of cre­at­ing a sweet cloud, and in the pho­tographs the del­i­ca­cy looks advan­ta­geous.

floor standing XXXL games

domi­no, Djan­go, scrab­ble or tic-tac-toe large for­mat will cap­ti­vate not only chil­dren! In the gar­den or in the ban­quet hall, allo­cate a place for the games area, just away from the speak­ers and dance floor. So you can place a cou­ple of soft poufs or bean bags. It would be great to find large chess like in Har­ry Pot­ter!

The piñata

As you can see, many chil­dren’s games fit per­fect­ly into the for­mat of a wed­ding par­ty! Hap­py peo­ple are ready to have fun like chil­dren! Blind­fold an adult, give a spe­cial bat and point in the direc­tion of a bright fig­ure in which sweets and sou­venirs are hid­den — we guar­an­tee you have not seen such excite­ment for a long time! Enter­tain­ment, watch­ing which is no less fun than par­tic­i­pat­ing!

Table soccer

While the female half of the guests will be busy prepar­ing choco­late mas­ter­pieces, the men will not be bored! Rent a table foot­ball, for exam­ple, and so that the guests do not for­get that they came to the wed­ding — mod­i­fy the play­ers! How do you like this idea?

Letters to the future

This can be the for­mat of your wed­ding wish book, or it can be a self-con­tained task idea for guests. Pre­pare a cute post­card for every­one and offer to write a mes­sage for your new­ly cre­at­ed fam­i­lies! In Amer­i­ca, there is a tra­di­tion to dis­trib­ute the dates for send­ing such let­ters, so that the new­ly­weds receive them through­out the year, for each hol­i­day. But we do not advise to com­pli­cate. It will be great if your girl­friend takes care of the ship­ment.


Anoth­er vari­a­tion of the wish book, which is not banal and will enter­tain your guests! Chan­fash­ion has two ideas for you:

  • order a fig­ured wood­en puz­zle (it can be a heart, your ini­tials, your sym­bol), take it apart, leav­ing only a few ele­ments, place the details side by side — your guests should select a part that they can attach to the exist­ing ones and write their wish­es on it. So, the assem­bled puz­zle will be com­plete­ly filled with warm words of your loved ones.
  • puz­zle assem­bled — your pho­to, and guests can leave wish­es on the back of the details. Such a sou­venir col­lect­ed by your fam­i­ly will dec­o­rate your apart­ment and will remind you of a won­der­ful day.

Board games

Clas­sic pas­time — board games. Lot­to, “Who’s Who”, Mafia — a lot of options that will cap­ti­vate your guests, make them laugh, or vice ver­sa, require max­i­mum con­cen­tra­tion. For­tu­nate­ly, now there are even spe­cial­ized desk­top stores, and the assort­ment includes prod­ucts with an age cat­e­go­ry of up to 99 years! Explore, choose, have fun with your fam­i­ly!


A won­der­ful high­light of an out­door wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion is a burn­ing fire, which cre­ates an atmos­phere of romance and com­fort. Each of your guests will hap­pi­ly sit down near the fire, because it is not with­out rea­son that fire is one of the trin­i­ty of things that you can look at for­ev­er. If you want to cre­ate a warm atmos­phere in the evening, make sev­er­al small fires. And if you want a spec­ta­cle, you can make one huge fire! And, of course, a pho­to ses­sion on its back­ground 🙂

We wish your cou­ple inspi­ra­tion and oppor­tu­ni­ties to have an incred­i­ble, beau­ti­ful and fun wed­ding! We hope our arti­cle will be use­ful to you.

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How to prepare for a wedding?