Shoe Game Questions for your Wedding
Over the last few years, the Wedding Shoe Game has become more and more popular. Even replacing the Bouquet and Garter Toss. With that said, We thought we would share our list of top shoe game questions for a wedding that is always a big hit!
How To Play
The DJ/MC will place two chairs back-to-back in an area that will be seen by most guests. Usually the dance floor.
The newly married couple will sit in the chairs and take both shoes off.
They will then exchange one of their shoes.
The MC will read questions and the couple will raise the person’s shoe that corresponds to the answer to the question.
Are you ready? Here are our top Wedding Shoe Game Questions.
The game should not be longer than 15 or 20 minutes. If it gets longer than the audience will get bored. You can take longer if the crowd seems interested and if the questions are fun.
The questions range from 20 to 50 or more. It depends on you.
Lastly, Have Fun!
- Who is the better driver?
- Who is a cleaner person?
- Who takes the garbage out?
- Who takes most of the bed’s space?
- Who eats the most?
- Who is most likely to panic?
- Who is the better singer?
- Who snores?
- Who took the first step?
- Who is most likely to sleep while watching a movie?
- Who would last longer in a desert?
- Who is the best kisser?
- Who does the grocery shopping?
- Who apologizes first after a fight?
- Who has bigger feats?
- Who has the most shoes?
- Who is the clumsiest?
- Who said, “I love you” first?
- Who spends the most time on their phone?
- Who makes more money?
- Who has the most bizarre idea?
- Who steals the cover on a cold night?
- Who is most likely to start a fight on the smallest things?
- Who is more likely to go on an adventurous trip?
- Who takes the longest amount of time to get ready?
- Who calls their parents the most?
- Who is in control of the TV remote?
- Who is more likely to bring an abandon animal home?
- Who is more likely to eat the last slice of pizza?
- Who is more likely to check their cell phone during a date?
- The audience has all type of people from adults to children. Ask the questions according to your audience. It is best to keep the question clean and audience-friendly as possible.
- Don’t ask a question that might upset your partner. Be polite but fun.
- Keep track of the answers. It is best if you assign this duty to someone.
For more tips or ideas to incorporate into your wedding reception, please feel free to contact us or download our free Wedding Planning Music Cheat Cheat.
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