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Games and Dances to Involve Your Guests

The Anniversary Dance is a great way to honor any older couples. In this game, all married couples are invited to the dance floor for a slow dance. You have on the dance floor married couples in their 20s, all the way to their 80s. This is a fun dance that includes all ages. After a minute of dancing, the DJ will announce "except for the bride and groom, if you have been married less than one year, please have a seat." This will continue (five years, ten years, etc.) until you end up with the bride and groom and the couple who have been married the longest for a quick word of advice for the newlyweds. This is a fun dance that includes all ages, and can be a great icebreaker.

The shoe game can be done during dinner as entertainment; this works especially well for sit down served meals that can take longer. In this game, the bride and groom sit back to back on the dance floor in chairs. This way they cannot see each other. Also, they each have one of each other's shoes. The DJ will then ask questions about the couple, to see how well they know each other. For example, the DJ might ask, "Who controls the remote?" The couple will then each hold up the shoe of the person they think controls the remote. Another question might be, "Who is the better kisser?" The couple will then hold up the shoe of the person they think is the better kisser. Usually this is funny because the bride and groom might have a different opinion about who is the better kisser and it makes for great dinner entertainment.

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