The shoe game is great way to keep the energy flowing at your wedding reception The rules are simple, you and your new husband /wife sit on chairs back to back. You both take of your shoes and trade a shoe with each other. This will leave you with one of your own shoes and one of your partners.
The game is pretty simple, the MC will ask you a series of questions and you will answer by either holding up your own personal shoe or the shoe of your partner’s depending on who you believe the question best pertains to.
The only rule is that you have to answer honestly, and no peeking before selecting your answer
Question examples for the show game
Who hogs most of the bed? Who is the better driver? Who is the better cook? Who is more likely to ask for directions? Who has the most shoes. Who has the nuttier family? Who was the first to say I love you? Who wears the pants in the relationship? Who is the better kisser? Who is smarter ? Who is more clumsy? Who talks the most? Who tells the best jokes? Who is the bigger baby when sick? Who gives the most unexpected surprises? Who has the best hair? Well we all know the answer to that. Who is the most adventurous in the bedroom Who dances better? Who hols their booze better? Who has more clothing? Who is most likely to fall asleep during a movie? Who has the better shower singing voice? Who is the better dancer? Who made the first move for a kiss? Who is your favourite person?
Instead of the traditional garter / bouquet toss, you can do a scavenger hunt for the ladies or guys an the winner gets the bouquet.
Scavenger hunt item ideas
Drivers licence Breath mints Business card R5 coin Salt shaker Credit Card Red lipstick Clear lip balm Aspirin Hand sanitizer Wrist watch Brown belt Blue tie Black shoe
Another great alternative to the standard Garter / Bouquet toss. We all know the drill on this one :) If there are nine people, put eight chairs in a circle and let them run around the chairs while music plays. Once it stops, the person without a seat is out, and the game continues until one person is left.