Have you thought about an animation during your wedding? Whether it’s a dart game, a candy bar, or a cigar bar, there is no shortage of ideas for animations!
Table football / Darts / Billiards
A bit of competition in the air, nothing better to have fun with friends, laughter guaranteed!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. The photobooth is a great way for everyone to have fun and allows both guests and bride and groom to leave with a souvenir of the Big Day!
You can either rent a “photo box” like the one from Sharingbox which prints directly the photos with a customised design for your wedding, or you can simply rent or buy polaroids with instant printing.
Nothing better than creating a “candy bar” area to remind guests of their birthday snacks and other parties where they used to stuff themselves with sweets. If you are more salty than sweet, create a “salty bar” where pretzels, chips and peanuts will delight your taste buds.
The guestbook is the animation not to be missed! Each guest will leave a little note for your attention so that once the party is over, the anecdotes and memories noted down will put a smile back on your face. It can be made in different forms: guests stick the photos directly from the photobooth and accompany it with a little note, it can be a tree with prints as below (don’t forget the towels to wipe your hands), or small cards with holes that your guests can use for you to wish you nice things or to offer you attentions during the next few months.
How about smoking a good cigar from Havana or the Dominican Republic with friends? We recommend Tabashop in Montreux who will share their passion and knowledge with you and help you discover authentic products with a unique flavour.
Special wedding Pinata
A fun activity that will allow you to go back to your childhood but also to let off steam to relieve the stress of the preparations.
The Shoe Game
This is THE essential and popular wedding game!
The rules of the game :
Ask the bride and groom to sit back to back in the middle of the room. Give the groom the “Him” and “Her” signs. The goal of the game is to ask the bride and groom questions about their lives to see how well they know each other and, above all, to see if they agree! For each question they will each have to hold up the sign they think is most appropriate.
There’s nothing like finishing off your wedding in style by going out on the Terrace to listen and contemplate the beauty of a firework display. You will enjoy taking in the air and sealing your love in the sky!
Giant games for young and old
What is certain is that they will be a success with everyone. Something to keep your guests busy during the aperitif, which can become long when the bride and groom go on a photo shoot. Why not organise a small competition?