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Planning your Wedding Reception
There comes a time when the any couple decides to commit themselves to one another and express this by getting married. Along with family and friends, all those who care for them share their wedding day. Proper wedding planning is required for different aspects of the wedding and reception that follows. From taking care of the invitations, to the transportation, reception details, location and the church, everything has a corresponding proper wedding etiquette to follow. The wedding preparations: The wedding theme is the first thing the couple must agree upon since all the details following it will be affected. If the couple chooses a beach wedding, proper wedding etiquette says that everything will be patterned after that. There are wedding planners who can coordinate everything for the couple and is a great help for the bride and groom in organizing their special day. The question of when and where the wedding will be held is an important topic to consider. The couple must also decide what kind of ceremony they want to have. Will it be a church wedding or a civil one? The proper wedding etiquette is to consult the religious preference of the couple. Sometimes even if they share the same religion, a couple can still insist on the informality of a civil wedding. The location for the reception is the next thing to decide on. As proper wedding etiquette, the couple must be considerate of the guests.

Proper wedding etiquette dictates that the reception area should be close to the wedding location so that the guests and the couple won’t be too tired when they get there. Transportation is another factor to consider. Apart from the bridal car, it is proper wedding etiquette to provide for those who have no cars from the wedding location to the reception area. The couple can ask guests beforehand on who will bring their own transportation so they can estimate how many automobiles they will have to hire for the group. The reception details: Of course, a big part of this event is the reception. Even though the atmosphere is more informal, one cannot forget the proper wedding etiquette of having a program. It should really be about the couple, wishes from their family and guests, a time for gratitude and a celebration of the new life ahead for the newlyweds. The menu, cake, table décor, centerpieces, sound system, and entertainment should be arranged months beforehand. The proper wedding etiquette is to follow the allotted time frame for each element. All of this will entirely depend on the couple’s taste and budget. The dresses: Proper wedding etiquette for any traditional wedding is a white gown for the bride and a favored color for the bridesmaids, entourage and sponsors.

However, times have changed and other color palettes are now available for the bride. The groom and groomsmen usually do not have trouble with their clothes since they wear what is appropriate to the theme and whatever the couple has decided on for the design. The budget: All this preparation will go to waste if the couple cannot provide for any of the wedding items. As proper wedding etiquette, the question of who will pay for what is divided between the bride and groom’s family. Traditionally, the proper wedding etiquette is for the bride’s family to pay for the reception costs, the church fees, the groom’s rings, the invitations, flowers for the ceremony and reception, music, transportation and lodging for the bride’s party. The groom’s side takes care of the rehearsal dinner, the bride’s ring, clergy or officiator’s fee the bride’s bouquet the flowers for the entourage, transportation and lodging for the groom’s party. Nowadays, a couple can decide what obligations they will handle. But the proper wedding etiquette is to share the expenses, as this will be the sign of their future together. It is tough job to handle all the wedding details but proper wedding etiquette must be observed at all times. Sometime we tend to forget these simple but very important gestures.

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Dance Floor Activities
Dancing is an essential component at most wedding receptions. We look forward to the couple's "first dance" and the bride's special dance with her father. It's also a place to get loose and funky, if you're a guest or a member of the wedding party. But what if the wedding planners decided to add some fun and surprise to the dance floor by adding fun activities there? This doesn't mean a rousing version of the "Bunny Hop", which, while maybe essential, is hardly unique. There are, however, many fun games and activities you can add to your dance floor activities that are sure to be a hit. Try a fun game of the "chicken dance". Ok, so that doesn't sound too original. But if most of your guests are just sitting at their tables, watching a few brave couples dancing, or just finishing their meals, you might want to get everyone up and having fun. Try this game. The DJ announces a number. Everyone looks under his or her chair, where there is a number. Depending on the number of guests at the wedding, there might be only numbers "1" and "2" or more, up to 5. So, say the DJ announces number "4". Each person checks under their chair to see what their number is. These numbers can be written simply on a piece of masking tape and affixed to the underside of the chairs when the reception is being set up.

Each "4" in this scenario will head to the dance floor to do the chicken dance with the other "4s". Not only does this get people out of their chairs and on to the dance floor, they get to know other wedding reception guests they might not otherwise know. One dance floor activity that's gaining popularity is to bring in a dance teacher for the wedding reception. As a kind of pre-dance activity, the teacher will quickly walk people through their paces on the dance floor, perhaps teaching a bit of the waltz or, for something completely different, a little bit of the tango, before the music officially begins and dancing commences. Having a dance teacher do a bit of teaching not only livens up the reception right from the start, but it gets people out on the dance floor who might otherwise be too self-conscious normally to get out there and let it all hang out. And practically speaking, it will likely make the wedding guests feel more confident in their skills before the "official" dancing begins. Another fun activity to get everyone on the dance floor, including even the most reticent, is something you can refer to as the "snowball" dance. This is a good way to jumpstart the dancing at the beginning of the evening. Here's how the "snowball" dance works. The wedding party, bride and groom included, will head to the dance floor for a fun dance. The music for this dance should be fast, something with a disco beat or a fast song that most people have at least a passing familiarity with. After a bit of wedding party dancing, the music stops. The female members of the wedding party move into the crowd and bring back one male each. The male members of the wedding party do the same, but they bring in female guests.

The dancing then begins again. This is repeated until all the guests are dancing. It's truly a snowball effect!

Seated Wedding Reception Games
Nothing is worse than having a wedding reception filled with seated guests who look tired and maybe a little bit bored. Maybe this wedding doesn't feature a DJ and rockin' music. Or maybe the crowd isn't into that whole dancing thing. What to do? It's not that hard. There are a myriad of activities you can plan that will not only engage and entertain the guests, but also help them get to know each other and - most importantly - the bride and groom just a little bit better. Here's one that's fun and might remind you just a little bit of a football game. Make a placard for each guest. On one side, letter "Bride" and on the other, "Groom". Someone, and if you have a DJ it can be him or her, or the best man or maid of honor, asks a series of questions. They might be simple, like "who was born in New York City"? Or they might be more complicated, such as "who, at 6, broke their leg when they were playing with their German shepherd puppy"? Guests don't yell their answer, but rather show their placard, turning it to the "bride" side of they think the question pertains to the bride or to the "groom" side if it's the opposite. The guests' guesses can be revealing, but even more revealing, are the true answers. It's a great, fun way for everyone to get to know a little more about the bride and groom.

One word of caution about the above activity: Keep ex-boyfriends and exgirlfriends out of the questions and don't ask anything that might be a little too revealing or too risqué. Remember, grandmothers and grandfathers and young children will likely be present! If it's too much work to create signs for each person, you can create just two and create two teams - a team of men and a team of women. Grouped together, the teams can work together to decide on the answer and answer as a group. This "men versus women" concept is always popular and sure to be fun for everyone. One silly game that's always a hit really puts the groom in the spotlight. How well does he know the feel and touch of his new wife? In this game, everyone finds out. You can do this several ways. You can enlist just the wedding party in this game, or as many of the wedding guests that want to participate. Line each participant up and blindfold the groom. Put the bride somewhere in the mix, and send the groom on a hunt for his bride. The participants can either shake the groom's hand or give him a kiss on the cheek. In some versions, he might feel their hair or their leg. The details are up to you. Depending on how far you want to take this game, you can add a fun element to it that is sometimes popular. You have the groom feel the leg of each participant. The best man, or other male member of the wedding party, rolls up his pant leg, puts on a garter and has the groom feel that. The groom has to kiss whoever he thinks is his bride, while still blindfolded. Often, he ends up kissing a man. For an activity that allows the guests to be audience members instead of participants, consider the game of "feed me". In this game, the bride is seated and the groom is (again) blindfolded. He's given a piece of food and then spun around a few times so he's a little bit dizzy.

Guided only by the helpful words of his new bride, he has to find her and get the piece of food into her mouth. Be sure to have the wedding party shadowing him so there are no accidents. Once the groom has fed his new wife, the tables are turned and she is blindfolded and must find him. A few notes about this activity: when feeding the bride, don't use wedding cake or a piece of bread with dip. In other words, don't use anything too messy. If the groom has a hard time finding her mouth, he might likely smear the food on the bride's face and that is something that won't make a bride - prettily made up just hours before - too happy.

Outdoor Wedding Reception Activities
If you are having your wedding reception out of doors, that opens the door for many activities that would be hard to pull off indoors. You can plan games and activities based on the outdoor theme and carry that theme indoors if part of the reception is inside as well. Depending on where the reception will be held, you can plan many activities based on the setting. Whether it is the park or on a farm, there are a myriad of activities you can plan. Let's start with some basics based on popular wedding locations. One fun game for a winery wedding is a blindfolded wine tasting game.

If the bride and groom are wine drinkers, this might not a game the bride and groom should be a part of, but instead guests and wedding party members. Blindfold perhaps a half dozen volunteers and have them do a blind taste test (provide something to clean the palate between sips). The volunteers should guess which wine is the pinot noir, which is the Cabernet, and so on. A bottle of wine is the obvious prize for the winner of this game. Say you are having a reception at a country club on a golf course. It's possible your theme will include golf elements, so why not include golf in some reception activities or games? You certainly could head to the golf course for a "hole in one" contest, or have a driving contest to see which guest has the best stroke. As a simple, "who gets the centerpiece game", you could have people guess how many golf balls there are in the floral centerpiece (which could decorate a plain large glass vase filled with flowers). Similarly, there could be a large vase or other clear container filled with golf balls at the reception somewhere and guests could guess how many golf balls are in the vase. A silly game could be made on the dance floor by asking everyone to include their best golf swing into their dancing for one particular song. Now, if your reception and ceremony are both to be held outdoors and guests will be milling outdoors, think about games or activities that can take place outdoors and still keep to your level of formality or informality. For example, if the reception is being held at a park, perhaps guests might enjoy a "walk down memory lane". Prior to the reception, someone can use potted plants or arbors to create a little private lane, which guests can walk through.

Along the path, guests will find pictures of the bride and groom at various stages in their lives. There should be a place for guests to record their thoughts and memories along the way as well. If your wedding and reception are fairly casual, you can always tell guests ahead of time to prepare for a ball game or some other fun outdoor activity. Women can bring a pair of sneakers. Just imagine the fun photos you'll get out of a rousing game of football or baseball played by women in dresses and sneakers and men in suits and sneakers! You can provide a challenge activity involving barefoot dancing in the grass or a Frisbee toss in the backyard. Is there a pool in the yard where the reception will be held? Why not have a swimming activity for after the whole of the reception is done?

Active Wedding Reception Games
We've all been to receptions that are standard we welcome and celebrate the new married couple, watch them dance, and enjoy cake with them. But creative couples often enjoy coming up with fun games that include the entire guest list. Including the guests is an excellent way to get people out of their chairs, meeting people they might not otherwise know and feeling like they are truly a part of the celebration, not just observers. One fun and active game that can be played by all your guests, including grandma as well as the young children, is "want it now".

In this game, you designate a master of ceremonies (if you have a DJ for your wedding reception, this person can serve as the DJ). The MC will have a list of "wants" prepared before the reception. Everyone sits at their tables, and waits to hear the command. The MC says he wants a person with painted toenails. All the women with painted toenails run to the front of the room, toward the MC. Each time a table sends someone to the front first, they get a point. Points should be tallied during the course of this game and prizes awarded at the end of the game. Be sure to have some obvious "wants", as is the painted toenails, or a man with a mustache or a child with a pink dress. But also include some surprises, like "a man with a brown purse" which will require a man to find a woman at his table with the brown purse and run up to the front of the room with that. Another fun wedding reception game that includes all your guests is musical chairs using men as the chairs. All the men line up and kneel on one knee. The women begin playing the game of musical chairs, but when the music stops, they must find a knee to sit on. No "chairs" are removed during the version of the game, but instead people are eliminated when either the man falls down when the woman finds his knee or when the woman falls down. Both are out either way, and if both fall down, they are also both out then (as well as perhaps a bit bruised). This is a fun game that often brings on gales of laughter and adds to a relaxed reception atmosphere. If many guests are traveling a good distance to the wedding or don't know many other guests, it's always fun to include a game that will allow them to now only get to know each other but the bride and groom as well.

For this game, you'll need a MC again, which can be a very outgoing member of the wedding party or the DJ. The reception guests are broken into two groups, which can be as simple as having people count off "1, 2, 1, 2" and so on until the entire guest list is either a "1" or a "2". Then the two groups band together for the duration of the game. The DJ, or MC, offers a series of questions relating to the bride and groom. The teams should work together to answer the questions, then as quickly as possible provide the answer. The bride and groom will confirm if the answer is correct or not. This is an excellent way for otherwise "stranger" guests to get to know one another and have some fun in the process. It's also an excellent way to get to know the bride and groom! Organizing games at a wedding reception is a great way to get people involved and make them feel they are truly a part of the celebration. It's also a way to fill time, if the wedding planners know this isn't a "dancing" group or if you want to loosen people up for a long night of celebrating. Whether a small or large wedding, reception games work for just about any group. In addition, don't assume wedding reception guests will be offended or annoyed by these active games. Most people report to wedding planners they truly enjoy being more active and having fun games to play during a wedding reception.


Fun Wedding Music Activities
Music is as much a component of a good wedding as food and drink. You can have a wedding without music, but it's likely it will seem a little quiet and dull. So whether you have a full live band, a string quartet, a DJ spinning tunes or recorded music from a boom box, it should be included. But music's not just for dancing. There are a myriad of activities you can plan around the music that will add an element of fun to your wedding. One popular idea is to play musical chairs. Sure, this is a fun kid's game and you don't want to insult your guests in any way, but you can have some fun with this version of musical chairs. The chairs can be just about anything, from chairs lined up from the food tables, to the floor, if you think your guests might be open to sitting on the floor (and then having to get up and down again). One fun option is to use the men as the chairs - they kneel on the floor, with one knee on the floor and the other bent. The women sit lightly on the men's' knees as they are playing musical chairs. When either the man or woman falls down, that couple is out, until one couple is left. Some brides and grooms like to play musical chairs in order to give away the table centerpiece, which many guests like to take home. Instead of assigning a number and awarding the centerpiece to the person in possession of that number, you have each table play musical chairs until the person left standing is the one that gets to take home the centerpiece.

How about a rousing game of "name that tune"? This is a game that's best for a smaller, intimate wedding where everyone knows the bride and groom well. Prior to the wedding, whoever is planning the wedding should get a list of favorite songs of both the bride and groom. Create a CD of those songs, and then create a game of "name that tune". Guests can be divided into teams and then be played just a small snippet of each song. After guests hear that first snippet, they can then "bid" on how quickly they can name the tune. So one group might say they can name the tune in 10 seconds, while the other group might say 5 seconds. Once one group has bowed out, the other group will then have to "name that tune". This is a fun game that gets everyone involved and which the bride and groom are particularly delighted by. Depending on the style of the wedding, there are many fun games you can play to get the bride and groom out on the dance floor. Now, if this is a very large and very elegant wedding, this option might not work since there is certain decorum to maintain, but for a casual, fun, family-centered wedding some of these games can be fun. If guests want to "call out" the wedding couple onto the dance floor, they can be asked to get out on the dance floor themselves first and hula hoop or perform their own version of a break dance. Much in the way guests sometimes have to "perform" to get the couple the kiss this is another way to get the guests involved and having fun in order to create fun wedding memories for the bride and groom.


Ideas for Wedding favors:
The holiday season is a time for family and memories. This is especially so when a wedding is associated with this special time of year. In order to truly capture the spirit of the season for your ceremony and reception you really want to choose the right Christmas wedding favors. Following are some great ideas for your event. Ornaments are synonymous with the holiday season and they can make the perfect Christmas wedding favors as well. These might be the ideal presentation for your event and they can serve as useful decorations that will bring back great memories of your special day. There are a few approaches that you can take when preparing these particular items for your guests. Many brides like the idea of making their own Christmas wedding favors. If you have the creative edge and the time to commit to the massive project then by all means, create your own. The ornaments will have special meaning if you put the time and effort into them and these Christmas wedding favors will be true keepsakes for friends and family alike. Some brides just don’t have the time or the talent required to adopt such an undertaking. There is great news for less crafty individuals. You can purchase these Christmas wedding favors and many companies offer to personalize each and every one for your special event. This is a great approach that might not be as cost effective as the do-ityourself method. However, what you spend in cash, you will save in time.

While ornaments are the perfect Christmas wedding favors for some brides, others may want to make a different kind of statement. Tradition is valuable on such an occasion and some brides embrace the idea of using traditional themes from the ceremony straight through to the reception. Silver bells are the classic ideal of the perfect Christmas wedding favors. These items are closely tied to the holiday season but they are also traditionally tied to the theme of weddings as well. The silver bell favors can be used to chime the newly wed couple on and they also serve as great keepsakes as well. You might want to combine the silver bell theme with the ornament favors, too. The silver bells can be personalized and designed to hang as decoration during the holiday season. There are plenty of other ideas that brides are adopting in their Christmas wedding favors. Choosing one that is right for you may take a little time but you will be glad that you made the investment.

Party Games - a Fun Way To Spend Time!
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Adam and Eve - The Ultimate Ice-Breaker: One of the best fun party games which will ensure that everyone mixes and mingles. Animal Noises - Recognize which animal other player is imitating. Ages 2 - 12. Apple Bobbing - The original and still the best game for Halloween Party with the twist. Are You Game ? - All the action takes place before the party, with the winner crowned at the beginning of the evening's festivities. Armful of Babies - This is a race to see who can diaper the most flour babies. Artist - Try to draw an object holding the pencil with your toes. Ages 4 - 12. Autographs - Figure out who everyone on the guest list is and get their autographs!

Baby Bottle Contest ! - This is probably one of the most popular fun party games for any baby shower in which you get to be a baby again. Balloon Head - See how long you can keep a balloon in the air without touching it with your hands. Ages 6 - 12. Balloon Pop Game - A great game that will allow each child to win a small prize. Ages 5 - 12.

Balloon Stomp - A version of Mexican Hat Dance that's more fun and lively than the old-fashioned game. Ages 6 - 12. Ballroom Blitz ! - This flirtatious game is a fun and musical version of the Statues for adults. Banana Race ! - In this game players race to put a condom on a banana with their eyes closed. Big Balls - See which player gets to the finish line first having a lemon dangling between their legs. Black Magic - In this game you need to answer the questions as quickly as possible without using any of the "Black Magic" words. Blind Card Flip - This game is a great way to get the party going and doesn't require any preparation. Blind Man's Bluff - One of the favorite fun party games for kids in which you need to guess the identity of another player while blindfolded. Ages 6 - 12. Botticelli - You can be anyone you want, as long as you're not Botticelli. Bridal Bingo ! - The unwrapping of gifts becomes one of the most creative and fun party games and a bingo pull for the guests. Broom Dance - In this funny and entertaining party mixer you need to be very quick choosing a dance partner or you'll end up dancing with the broom !

Charades - Guess the phrase or sentence your team member is acting out, in the shortest period of time. Checking Out The Competition - This fun party game will give your guests the opportunity to show off their powers of observation while enabling them to fill in the gaps in their knowledge about the other guests. Chocolate Race ! - For some energetic and full of action Christmas games to play, try Chocolate Race, which is by far the tastiest game you could play at your party ! Ages 6 - 12. Christmas Carols - In this game you need to put together parts of a Christmas song or a carol. Ages 6 - 12. Christmas Memory Game - In this fun party game, full of Christmas spirit, players need to test their memories ! Ages 6 - 12.

Compound Words - Win the game by coming up with as many compound words as you can ! Concentration - This game is an excellent test of memory where you need to watch the cards as closely as possible to be able to draw two of a kind. Connections - This game is going to transport the players into the land of fairy tales. Ages 8 - 12. Controversy - This fun party game for adults is perfect for helping your guests to get rid of early evening shyness and reservation. Cookie Contest ! - Win the contest by tasting cookies and guessing what kind they are. Ages 4 - 10. Cooking Up Dinner - Who knew that a take-out dinner can be this much fun ?


Dead-Pan - One of the best birthday party games for teens ! Follow the leader. See how quick you can be. And don't even dare to smile ! Dressed To Thrill - In this game, for the more adventurous souls, teams compete for the title of the best designer.


Elbow-Coin Competition - Catch as many coins as you can when they fall off your elbow. Execution - See if your quick reaction helps you stay alive !


Fancy Dude - In this relay game teams have to dress up their captains as quickly as possible to win the game. Fancy Pants - This fun party game guarantees to bring laughter to your party as you'll be watching your friends putting on some ridiculous pieces of clothing. Feather Up ! - See how long your team can keep a feather up in the air. Ages 8 12. Feelies - Guess what's in the basket by feeling the objects. Follow The Leader - This game will help test your guests' power of observation.

Foot-to-Foot Race - See if you can keep your balance and get to the finish line first! Ages 6 - 12. Four-Letter Words - This game is the perfect way to make your guests meet and mingle.


Get Rid of It ! - In this game players need to choose a piece of their property that they would like to get rid of and list the reasons why. Ideal for early evening entertainment. Gold Coin Toss - Win the game by making the most coins go into the bucket. Ages 8 - 12. Guess ! - Guess what the object or phrase is from the picture. Ages 4 - 14. Guess The Authors - Win the game by guessing who the quote belongs to.


Haunted House - A spooky game with ghosts haunting your house. Hot Potato - This is a great party favorite in which you need to pass the "hot potato" to the next player as quickly as possible or you're out of the game ! Ages 6 12. How Is It ? - This is a fun guessing game that can be played conservatively and not so much, depending on the mood. Human Bingo ! - An old party favorite game where your Bingo squares are filled with names of other party guests.

In Six Steps - Remember the theory of Six Steps ? Test it in action ! Inquisition - In this fun party game you have to be very careful answering questions. Answer "yes" or "no" and you're out of the game !

Kiss of Death - This is one of the all-time classic party games enjoyed by would-be detectives and actors alike.


Light and Shade - In this game the players need to recognize the shadow behind the curtain. Lion Taming - Catch the lion before he catches YOU ! Ages 5 - 10. Look Out - This is a party "I-Spy" game where stealth and cunning are the keys to victory.



Magnetism - In this game you need to be able to pick up a piece of tissue and pass it on to your teammate using the straw. Matchboxing - Pass a matchbox to the next player in line using your nose. Musical Chairs - One of the best fun party games for children. Ages 6 - 12. Mystery Tour - Guess which place you're going to visit in the next 15 minutes by asking other players different questions about it.


Name-It Ball - Name any item in a category specified by another player. Ages 6 12. Name That ! - A great game to help those shy types join in with the fun.


Odd Bean - Win the game by collecting the most beans. Opposites - This fun party game requires some really quick thinking and helps you learn other guests' names.

Pants - In this funny dress up game players need to put as many pairs of underwear on as they can while blindfolded. Paranoia - Guess the common factor the other players came up with behind your back. Party Amnesia - Figure out what's wrong with other guests' appearance.

Pass The Orange ! - One of the all-time favorite childrens birthday party games which promotes a certain closeness between the players. Ages 5 - 12. Pass The Portrait ! - Complete your own portion of a portrait, then see the funny results. Ages 4 - 12. Penny Pitch ! - This is one of the favorite kids party games where players get to win small prizes by pitching the pennies. Ages 5 - 9. Pickle Race ! - In this game players need to eat the pickle that's hanging on the string without using their hands. Proverb Pairs - One of the great and easy Christmas party games to play at any holiday gathering. Pull My Tail ! - A fun game where the quickest player gets to keep his tail. Ages 2 10.


Sardines - This is "Hide and Seek" game, only backwards. Ages 6 - 12. Saucy Simon Says ! - An adult version of the famous children's game. Secret Words - in this game the players try to force their opponents to use a word they have chosen. Similes - In this game you need to find a person who's holding a card with the second part of your simile. Sitcom Challenge - An easy-to-play and fun party game that will test your guests' knowledge of popular culture. Sounds Sexy - In this game you need to think of as many sexy words as possible, each beginning with the last letter of the previous word. Suitcase - A relay game where players need to put clothes on and take them off as fast as they can.


Taboo - This is one of the all-time favorite party games that will guarantee lots of fun time ! Take-Over - Make a hostile take-over bid for the other team ! The Blanket Game - Guess what object in question you have ON you and pass it to the rest of the players.

The Dancer - Create your own dance for others to imitate. Ages 4 - 14. The Fame Game - In this fun party game the players need to guess the name of a celebrity other player is describing. Twenty Questions - Figure out what object the other player is thinking about in twenty questions.

Up Jenkins ! - In this game you need to figure out which player is holding the coin.


What's In The Stocking ? - Have the players squeezing the content of your Christmas stocking trying to guess what's inside. Ages 5 - 14. Where Is My Banana ? - This game can be played for drinks, for forfeits or just for fun. Who Am I ? - Find out who you ARE by asking other people questions. Who Is The Baby ? - Guess which baby photo is of which guest. Who's Next ? - This game will help everyone remember other people's names. William Tell Race - In this game players compete balancing an apple of top of their heads.

Zip Zap - A fun party game that will help your guests get acquainted with each other

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