The wedding shoe game tips and questions

Wedding receptions are a heap of fun. One of our favourite games that couples are often now opting to play during their reception is the “wedding shoe game”. This game is quite simple as all you need is the couple, two chairs, their shoes and some questions.

So, how do you play?

The couple is to sit in the middle of the dancefloor, back to back in chairs. They both remove their shoes and exchange one, so now they are holding one of their shoes, and one of their partners shoes.

During the game, an MC or host asks a series of questions, to which the answer is either member of the couple. For example, “who cooks dinner the most?”. Then, both people answer but not by saying anything, instead by raising the shoe of the person that they believe is the answer.

The question lasts about 10 minutes, with 25 or so questions asked. It’s up to you if you want to write your own questions, have the crowd yell them out, have them selected by someone else. If it’s going really well and the crowd is enjoying themselves, you could add a few questions.

It’s a good idea to keep a tally of how many questions they agree on, or get someone to film this for the couple to look back on.

Need some ideas for questions? Here you are:

Who is more clumsy?

Who talks the most?

Who looks in the mirror more?

Who stinks up the bathroom more?

Who talks the loudest?

Who has the better laugh?

Who tells the best jokes?

Who is more serious?

Who exercises the most?

Who eats better?

Who is in better shape?

Who does more chores?

Who’s car is the cleanest?

Who would rather be outdoors?

Who spends the most time on the phone?

Who is a better singer?

Who dances better?

Who brushes their teeth the most?

Who holds their liquor better?

Who takes longer showers?

Who takes the longest to get ready?

Who is the cleanest?

Who dresses better?

Who is more flexible?

Who is most the dramatic?

Who is the biggest baby when they’re sick?

Who gives better presents?

Who gives the most unexpected surprises?

Who is the first to apologize?

Who spends more money?

Who shops more?

Who pays for dates?

Who pays the most bills?

Who has better hair?

Who is more forgetful?

Who was the one who made the relationship official?

Who was the first one to have a crush on the other?

Who wears the pants in the relationship?

Who has to always have the final words?

Who cries during movies?

Who is more stubborn?

Who is the better cook?

Who hogs most of the bed?

Photographer: Blumenthal Photography

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