When my husband and I went on our honeymoon, I brought along a newlywed book, and among the information in the book, it also contained some questions to ask each other. Doing this activity was not only really fun, but sort of eye opening for us.A lot of the questions we had asked each other already, but some we hadn’t. For instance, I was actually shocked that Cal got my biggest fears wrong. The point is that no matter how well you think you know your spouse, you don’t know everything. We realized that both of us were in the dark on some of the other’s new favorite things and some of our life dreams.What you'll need to play: Photos of the couple, scissors, envelopes How to play: If you're inviting guests from all over the map, whose only thing in common is their connection to the couple, this picture-matching engagement party game helps jump-start the chitchat.Ask the couple for an assortment of photos of the two of them or print them from online.
Engage your audience by encouraging them to cheer for a couple/team. After the first husband gives his answer, the wife lifts up the first card to show if he answered correctly or not. The losing couples each get a bag of Hershey’s kisses or hugs.
The board game itself comes with 250 questions, and coming up with new ones can keep the game fresh for future rounds.
If you're looking to spice up your game try some of these questions in place of the originals.
When was the last time you invited some of your favorite friends over for an evening?
It doesn’t have to be a big ordeal, cost tons of money and oodles of preparation.