Fun ideas for weddings

Bride and groom in front of tardis

As we are not photographing weddings at the moment (cheers COVID!) I thought I would trawl through the wedding archives and have a look at the things that have made weddings more fun for guests over the years.

There is nothing worse than having to hang around waiting for your food to arrive when you could be having fun outside with your friends.

Bride and groom surrounded by friends blowing bubbles, Sheffield wedding

Over the years our bride and grooms have come up with some fun, unique ways to enjoy the lull between eating and dancing.

laser clay shooting at wedding at Wortley Hall, Sheffield

There are fun games like Jenga, tin can alley or quoits. The fantastic Wilde and Romantic in the Lake District hires out and styles games for weddings.

Egg and spoon race at wedding, Whitley Hall Sheffield

If you are feeling adventurous enough why not have a mini sports day. I loved this three legged race with the bride and groom!

Bride and groom in three legged race

At Kirsty and Tom’s wedding they had a penalty shoot out after their meal, way to work off those calories!

Penalty shoot out at Ringwood Hall hotel grounds, Sheffield wedding photographers

Of course I do love a good old bouncy castle – don’t be afraid to launch yourself on there with the guests!

Bride and groom with neice and nephews on bouncy castle

A good old quiz or competition can be fun too. At Verity & Adams wedding each table had to make a playdoh model during the meal to be judged afterwards – awesome!

One of my favourite weddings is Becky & Ed’s where they hired in llamas for entertainment, everyone was desperate for a selfie with them and it made people forget the rain!

Bride and groom with llamas at wedding

What fun ideas do you have for your wedding day? Give us a shout and let us know – we love a good game!