interestingcontests Ais one of the most impor­tant events in every per­son­’s life. That’s why it’s so impor­tant to think care­ful­ly when you’re orga­niz­ing your cel­e­bra­tion. And, of course, giv­en the vari­ety and pos­si­bil­i­ties of orga­niz­ing hol­i­days, each bride will think about what to think of some­thing inter­est­ing for the wed­ding.

Interesting weddings

You can arrange a themed wed­ding, for exam­ple, spend your hol­i­day in the style of gang­sters, dudes, pirates, bik­ers, dec­o­rate a cel­e­bra­tion in a marine, apple or any oth­er theme — every­thing depends on your imag­i­na­tion, and, of course, finan­cial pos­si­bil­i­ties. Most impor­tant­ly, do not for­get to dis­cuss your options with the groom and come to a com­mon deci­sion. If you do not want to orga­nize the cel­e­bra­tion your­self and take on all the chores, then you can turn to hol­i­day agen­cies for help — they will def­i­nite­ly tell you how inter­est­ing it is to cel­e­brate the wed­ding. In addi­tion, you can search for an inter­est­ingsce­nario on the Inter­net. There you can find a huge num­ber of pro­grams for such a cel­e­bra­tion, along with an approx­i­mate list of what you might need. You can take the plot of an inter­est­ing movie as a fes­tive theme, for exam­ple, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” — make invi­ta­tions with your pho­tos of this style, pre­pare red car­pets, toy weapons — do not be afraid to be cre­ative and bold in deci­sions, because this is a hol­i­day, first your turn. The ran­som and the bach­e­lorette par­ty can also take place in accor­dance with the cho­sen theme. And of course, what tra­di­tion­al­takes place with­out con­tests and a cheer­ful host? If you are an adher­ent of age-old Slav­ic tra­di­tions, then you will sure­ly arrange a “feast for the whole world”, and so that the guests do not get bored, you will need an enter­tain­ment pro­gram that will be host­ed by your cho­sen toast­mas­ter. We want to bring to your atten­tion some of the most inter­est­ing, in our opin­ion, com­pe­ti­tions for a wed­ding.
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Interesting contests

To warm up, we sug­gest start­ing with a game that will help defuse the sit­u­a­tion and set the guests up for fun. Start with the famous “in my pants” table game. It’s sim­ple: each guest takes out blanks with phras­es from chil­dren’s pants, and says: “I have in my pants …” and reads what is writ­ten on his piece of paper, for exam­ple, “sweet and smooth.” This fun game will set the right mood for the evening. Well, then it all depends on your imag­i­na­tion, as well as on the age and eman­ci­pa­tion of your guests. A lot of con­tests con­tain hints of sex­u­al­i­ty, so be care­ful when choos­ing such enter­tain­ment, be sure to take into account the fac­tor for which audi­ence these con­tests will be held. You can divide the guests into het­ero­sex­u­al cou­ples and hold the fol­low­ing com­pe­ti­tion: a blind­fold­ed girl holds a spoon in her mouth, and a man holds a glass of yogurt in his hands. Thus, with­out see­ing, she must feed her part­ner. The pair that com­pletes the fastest is the win­ner. The next con­test we pro­pose is for men’s endurance. It’s called “Harem”. You choose two “sul­tans” and they recruit women they like into their harem and car­ry them away in their arms to the oppo­site end of the hall. Now that all the select­ed ladies are in the harem togeth­er, the fun begins — the sul­tans must move their women back at the same time. The sul­tan who takes more weight wins. Anoth­er com­pe­ti­tion for cou­ples: the guys sit on chairs, an unfold­ed news­pa­per is placed on their knees. The girls sit on top and must crum­ple the news­pa­per with­out using their hands.
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You can also ask your guests to pre­pare in advance for your hol­i­day and orga­nize a kind of con­cert con­sist­ing of ama­teur per­for­mances. Let your guests pre­pare inter­est­ing scenes or inter­est­ing num­bers for the wed­ding. Sure­ly one of your friends will sur­prise you with their tal­ents and cre­ative approach to the task. You will def­i­nite­ly be in a great mood! In addi­tion, the con­cert can also be made the­mat­ic, the main thing is to warn the guests in advance so that they have time to pre­pare in advance for such a large-scale event. Speak­ing of tra­di­tions “image­cache-width_250 rightart” hspace=20 vspace=20 align=left hspace=20 vspace=20 align=left hspace=20 vspace=20 align=left src=“http://chanfashion.store/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/interesnye_svadby.jpg” alt=“interesting wed­dings” /> Russ­ian wed­dings have long been famous for their scope and scale. If you hon­or tra­di­tions, then you should turn to his­to­ry. For exam­ple, at the end of the evening, you can con­duct a cer­e­mo­ny of remov­ing the veil from the bride. The groom can remove the garter from the bride and throw it to sin­gle friends, and the girl can throw her bou­quet to unmar­ried friends in order to find out who will be the next lucky ones. In addi­tion, in the restau­rant, the new­ly­weds can be met at the entrance with bread and salt (as a rule, this is done by the groom’s par­ents), and see who will be the mas­ter in the house. This point should not be over­looked, some of the tra­di­tions may appeal to you, and you will want to use these rit­u­als on your hol­i­day.