Top 50 Indian Wedding Games for Couples & Guests

Top 50 Indian Wedding Games for Couples & Guests

Indian weddings are known for their elaborate and lively celebrations, and wedding games play a significant role in adding to the festive atmosphere. Here are 50 popular Indian wedding games for couples and guests:

For Couples:

  1. Antakshari: A musical game where the bride and groom compete against each other by singing songs.
  2. The Shoe Game: The bride and groom are asked a series of questions and they have to answer by raising either their own or their partner’s shoe.
  3. Quiz Game: A fun quiz game where the bride and groom answer questions about each other.
  4. Treasure Hunt: A game where the bride and groom follow clues to find a treasure.
  5. Name the Celebrity: A game where the bride and groom have to guess the name of the celebrity shown on a card.
  6. Jenga with Questions: A twist on the classic Jenga game, where each block has a question that the bride and groom have to answer.
  7. Newlywed Trivia: A game where the bride and groom answer questions about their relationship.
  8. Karaoke: A musical game where the bride and groom sing duets.
  9. Bridal Bingo: A game where guests mark off items on a bingo card as the bride opens her gifts.
  10. Dance-Off: A dance competition between the bride and groom.

For Guests: 11. Tambola: A popular Indian game where guests mark off numbers on a card as they are called out.

  1. Housie: A variation of Tambola played with a different set of numbers.
  2. Pictionary: A game where guests draw and guess the correct word or phrase.
  3. Dumb Charades: A game where guests act out a word or phrase without speaking.
  4. Truth or Dare: A classic game where guests have to choose between telling the truth or completing a dare.
  5. Never Have I Ever: A game where guests take turns saying something they have never done, and those who have done it take a drink.
  6. Two Truths and a Lie: A game where guests say two true statements and one false statement, and others have to guess which one is false.
  7. Spin the Bottle: A classic game where guests take turns spinning a bottle and completing a dare or answering a question.
  8. Balloon Burst: A game where guests compete to pop balloons tied to their ankles without using their hands.
  9. Pass the Parcel: A game where guests pass around a wrapped gift while music plays, and whoever is holding the gift when the music stops gets to keep it.

For Kids: 21. Pin the Tail on the Donkey: A classic game where kids are blindfolded and try to pin a tail onto a picture of a donkey.

  1. Musical Chairs: A game where kids dance around chairs while music plays, and whoever is left without a chair when the music stops is out.
  2. Duck, Duck, Goose: A game where kids sit in a circle and one child taps others on the head, saying “duck” until they tap someone and say “goose,” and the tagged child tries to catch them before they take their spot in the circle.
  3. Freeze Dance: A game where kids dance to music, and when the music stops, they freeze in place.
  4. Red Light, Green Light: A game where kids race to a finish line while a leader calls out “red light” and “green light” to signal when to stop and go.
  5. Simon Says: A game where kids have to do what the leader says only if they start with “Simon says.”
  6. Candy Toss: A game where kids throw candy into a container from a distance, with different levels of difficulty for different ages.
  7. Memory Game: A game where kids have to remember a sequence of items or actions and repeat it back.
  8. Hot Potato: A game where kids pass around a small object while music plays, and whoever is holding it when the music stops is out.
  9. Obstacle Course: A game where kids race through a course filled with obstacles like cones, hula hoops, and jump ropes.
  10. Bollywood Trivia: A game where guests answer questions about Indian cinema.
  11. Limbo: A game where guests try to pass under a pole while leaning backwards without touching the ground.
  12. Tug of War: A classic game where two teams pull on opposite ends of a rope.
  13. Giant Jenga: A larger version of the classic Jenga game.
  14. Giant Connect Four: A larger version of the classic Connect Four game.
  15. Cornhole: A game where guests toss beanbags into holes in a board.
  16. Ring Toss: A game where guests toss rings onto a peg.
  17. Balloon Pop: A game where guests pop balloons to find prizes inside.
  18. Pie Eating Contest: A messy game where guests compete to eat a pie the fastest.
  19. Water Balloon Toss: A game where guests toss water balloons back and forth without breaking them.
  20. For Outdoors: 41. Hula Hoop Contest: A game where guests try to hula hoop for the longest time.
  21. Three-Legged Race: A game where guests race in pairs with their legs tied together.
  22. Sack Race: A game where guests race while jumping in sacks.
  23. Volleyball: A classic game played with a net and a ball.
  24. Frisbee: A game played with a flying disc.
  25. Cricket: A popular Indian sport played with a bat and a ball.
  26. Football: A classic game played with a ball and two goals.
  27. Badminton: A sport played with rackets and a shuttlecock.
  28. Kite Flying: A traditional Indian pastime where guests fly kites in the sky.
  29. Treasure Hunt: A game where guests follow clues to find a treasure hidden outdoors.

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