This is so simple to organise.
The bride and groom are seated in chairs back to back. Each removes their shoes, so that the groom holds his own shoe and one of the bride's, and vice versa for the bride.
I then read the questions for the entire wedding party to hear. In response, the couple raises the shoe of the person who the answer to the question best represents.
To get your guests more involved and connected, have them submit questions into a box prior to the start of the game.
For preset question examples, consider the following:
- Who is up first in the morning?
- Who takes longer to get ready?
- Who apologizes first after an argument?
- Who said "i love you" first?
Bicep squeeze, the paper bag game, and hula hoops.