~Our Renewals~ Hey my WBC family! I've been a little hush- hush lately. Our 14th wedding ann...
Looking for a way to make guests laugh while teaching them more about the couple...Why not try ...........THE NEWLYWED GAME!!!!!!!!!
Hats off to the other brides that are using this game as a form of entertainment at their weddings. Just watching the video I could help but laugh just about all the way through.
Some of the questions asked include:
1. Who will be the first to fall asleep tonight?
2. Who was the first to say "I love you"?
3. Who is the bigger flirt?
4. Right now, who has more money on him/her?
5. When you began dating, who made the first move?
6. Who is a better cook?
7. Assuming it hasn't already happened, who will be the first to pass gas in front of the other person?
8. Who has the crazier family?
9 . Who is the better kisser?
10. Right now, who do love most in the world?
To answer each question, both the bride and the groom have to raise the shoe of the person the question best represents
Gorgeous6's blog introduced me to another game that I simply must play at the reception. From her blog this is how the game goes...
"Roman Hands and Russian Fingers:(here is the explanation)
This game is guaranteed to get the men in the audience chuckling. The bride is blindfolded while the best man places three small clips somewhere on the groom's person. These should be in difficult-to-find places, such as the groom's shoelaces or the back of his hair. The blindfolded bride must then find each of the clips with her hands. To make this game even more interactive and fun, allow guests to call out "warmer!" or "colder!" as the bride's fumbling hands get closer to or farther away from a clip. "
_all credit to Ms.Gorgeous6. This is a direct quote from her blog cause I am to sleepy at this point to rewrite in my own words. Besides she did an excellent job. i just wanto say thank you gorgeous6 for guarnteeing my reception doesn't bore anyone to sleep...rock on diva!!!!!!!!!!!
Foot washing Ceremony
I had never even heard of this until i saw gorgeous6's post. i not only admire Gorgeous6 for posting this but I love her for it. This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. I plan on doing this at the wedding reception.
The people whose feet are going to be washed come forward and seat themselves.
Someone reads John 13:1-11. They could offer a prayer or a short address, such as the one on page 93 of The Book of Occasional Services 1994.
Each person removes the footgear from one foot. It doesn’t matter which foot.
The foot-washer places the bowl under the person’s bare foot, pours water on the foot, and dries it with the towel.
The person replaces their footgear as the foot-washer moves to the next person.
The foot-washing continues until everyone’s feet have been washed.
Someone reads John 13:12-17.