contests for guests

Ais not only a feast with an abun­dance of deli­cious dish­es, but also a speci­ficpro­gram that includes dances, toasts and, of course, fun con­tests. Wed­ding com­pe­ti­tions are held to the music or humor­ous com­ments of the toast­mas­ter, guests com­pete who is faster, bold­er and more resource­ful.


Some of the com­pe­ti­tions are intend­ed for a friend with a friend or a match­mak­er with a match­mak­er, and the rest of the guests help with advice and sup­port the par­tic­i­pants with applause. Oth­er com­pe­ti­tions are designed for team com­pe­ti­tions, with the trans­fer of the baton. There are also con­tests that cov­er all guests at once, which can be held with­out rais­ing guests from thetable.

Fun­ny­con­tests for guests are designed to impro­vise inti­mate rela­tion­ships between a man and a woman.

A strik­ing exam­ple is the game “to hit the ball into the goal”, sev­er­al non-fam­i­ly cou­ples are select­ed and the girl spreads her legs — this will be the “gate”, a mal­let is tied to the man’s belt, with which he rolls the ball with­out the help of hands. The pair that scores the ball faster wins this com­pe­ti­tion.

Any com­pe­ti­tion in which famil­iar things are done in an unusu­al way will be fun. For exam­ple, eat a hang­ing apple with­out the help of hands or drink a bot­tle of beer, but through a nip­ple.

Inter­est­ing com­pe­ti­tions when guests get to know each oth­er blind­fold­ed. In this game, sev­er­al men sit in one row — the woman remem­bers them, then she is blind­fold­ed. Then the male par­tic­i­pants change places, the girl begins to feel them and guess who is sit­ting where.

See also
Candy wedding bouquets

Funnycontests for guests

One of the fun­ni­est con­tests is called “You Can’t Laugh”. It con­sists in the fact that sev­er­al peo­ple sit in a close cir­cle, it is desir­able to alter­nate between a man and a woman. The host begins to per­form var­i­ous actions with his neigh­bor, for exam­ple, pat on the knee, light­ly pat his ear, the play­er does the same actions with the per­son sit­ting on the left hand, etc. Laugh­ing par­tic­i­pants are elim­i­nat­ed, tick­ling is pro­vid­ed for the most per­sis­tent con­tes­tants. The host can laugh the whole com­pe­ti­tion and pro­voke the rest.

Anoth­er inter­est­ing fun­ny sce­nario is “Mater­ni­ty hos­pi­tal. Who was born to you?” The con­di­tions of the game are as fol­lows: on the cards, the pre­sen­ter pre­pares in advance inter­est­ing infor­ma­tion of the born. For exam­ple — “a black boy, weight 4300, with a smile from ear to ear”, “a girl with brown eyes and a red bow”, “a blond boy looks like a dan­de­lion, weighs exact­ly 3 kilos”, etc. Sev­er­al cou­ples par­tic­i­pate in the com­pe­ti­tion, men stand at a dis­tance of about 5 meters from women, guests walk between them, clap­ping loud­ly, stomp­ing and laugh­ing. “Moth­ers” shout to their “hus­bands” infor­ma­tion about the child being born, and the guests, by their loud behav­ior, try to pre­vent them from hear­ing the phrase exact­ly. The win­ner is the cou­ple in which the man gives the most accu­rate infor­ma­tion.

Moderncontests for guests

In mod­er­nen­ter­tain­ment, much atten­tion is paid to com­pe­ti­tions for atten­tion and quick wits. For exam­ple, it is pro­posed to name your half with affec­tion­ate names, who knows them more — he won.

See also
Celebrity wedding dresses

Young resource­ful peo­ple like to par­tic­i­pate in ener­getic con­tests. For exam­ple, a guy and a girl press a bal­loon against each oth­er with their stom­achs and try to crush it with­out the help of their hands in a dance. There are many oth­er mod­ern dance com­pe­ti­tions — who dances the lezgin­ka or break more beau­ti­ful­ly, who can dance on one leg longer, etc.

Orig­i­nal­con­tests for guests are dress­ing up. For exam­ple, guests are divid­ed into teams and from the pro­posed clothes, which the host pre­pares in advance, they change into the guise of a pop star or a famous movie char­ac­ter. Whose team will con­grat­u­late the new­ly­weds in the most orig­i­nal way will win the prize, but it is bet­ter to pre­pare prizes for all teams, since funcontests for guestschoos­ing the best is not easy.

There are com­pe­ti­tions for “lazy” guests who do not want to dance or tug of war, but are not averse to hav­ing fun. You can use pre­pared ques­tions and answers. The facil­i­ta­tor pre­pares in advance one pack­age with print­ed ques­tions on sen­si­tive top­ics about sex, tak­ing a bath, about striptease, etc., and blank answers are placed in anoth­er pack­age that answers any ques­tion, for exam­ple — “you caught me”, “yes, but only on Wednes­day morn­ing” and so on. Each guest takes out a ques­tion and imme­di­ate­ly answers it with an answer pulled out from anoth­er pack­age — inter­est­ing answers often add up, per­son­al life is jok­ing­ly cov­ered.