Wedding Games: A Fun Way To Enlist Photographers At Your Wedding

Wedding Games

Weddings are always a big to do, and with so much structure to the event it is nice to do your best to mix in a few fun wedding games for your guests. I managed to find the perfect way to do that recently with a great idea I found online: a photo scavenger hunt for your guests.

I thought this idea was great and it would be the perfect DIY project for me and my new Epson Expression XP-6000 Small-in-One Printer.

Of course first, for my wedding, I had to make sure I got all my guest numbers in so I knew how many I would need to make so that way I could go out and get the right amount of pretty paper from my local Staples. wedding gamesSince my color scheme is: white, gold and navy blue I knew I was going to have a great set of options to choose from and I found the perfect white background paper with gold polka dot trim.

Once I had my paper I could get to work on wording and design which I thankfully managed to get off of etsy then reworked myself to work with my style. Overall it worked great and I was super happy with my end results of the DIY wedding games.

Having a few of these at every place setting will be a great way for me to get some great candid photos from my guests plus it will be a great way for them to have fun and get to know one another! I thought this would be such a great way to keep everyone occupied while they were seated in between scheduled moments.

Thankfully my new printer made it super simple to create these adorable wedding games. These, in the end, only cost my $5 for paper and whatever it might have cost me for ink. A brilliant addition to the wedding fun and I can’t wait to see all the pictures they take, of course including our hashtag will help us take a peak at them the next day!

Wedding GamesWhat wedding games will you or did you have at your wedding?

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