How to Play The Wedding Shoe Game
The Wedding Shoe Game
The wedding shoe game is a game that is becoming increasingly popular and being played at wedding receptions all over the place. While many still haven’t heard of it, it might just be played at the next wedding you attend.
The shoe game is a great way to transition from one thing to another during a wedding.
It's also a great way to get EVERYONE laughing and having fun.
How To Play:
The bride and groom are seated on chairs in the middle of the dance floor back-to-back, facing away from each other.
Both the bride and groom remove their shoes and exchange one so that they are both holding one of each shoe. (you can also use another object other than shoes or another pair of shoes to represent the bride and groom)
During the game, a series of questions are asked by the wedding dj, in which the answer can only be bride or groom and is answered by the bride and groom by holding up one of the shoes (or signs) that goes with their answer. Simple right?
The game usually lasts about 10 minutes with a series of 20-30 questions being asked.
Whether the questions are shouted by people in the audience or are pre-planned is solely up to the people helping to plan the wedding.
Game Question Tips:
Depending on the kind of audience present, it’s probably best to keep the questions clean. Be very careful if you wish to use naughty questions.
Keep tally on how many questions they answered the same just to tell them for fun.
If taking questions from the audience, be sure to have someone go through them to ensure they are appropriate. Appointing one person as a spokesperson is probably a good idea.
Have note cards at each table for guests to write down their question suggestions before the game for quicker filtering.
Check out this video of the shoe game at a wedding:
Wedding Shoe Game Questions
If you're planning on playing the wedding shoe game, you will need at least 20-30 questions. Keep it under 30 questions otherwise it might take up too much time. Remember you can choose 1 of 2 approaches: 1. Pre Set List Of Questions, 2. Questions Submitted by Wedding Guests.
Here's a list of questions that will work:
Who takes longer showers?
Who takes the longest to get ready?
Who dresses better?
Who is the better driver?
Who was the first to say i love you?
Who is the smarter one?
Who is the better cook?
Who makes more money?
Who spends more money?
Who is more clumsy?
Who shops more?
Who talks the most?
Who exercises more?
Who does more household chores?
Who has the crazier family?
Who would rather be outdoors?
Who spends the most time on the phone?
Who dances better?
Who looks in the mirror more?
Who talks the loudest?
Who is more flexible?
Who drinks more alcohol?
Who smells better?
Who stays up the latest?
Who Do You Love The Most?