How do you break the ice at a wedding?
- Ask Questions. This is a great way to break the ice and get them loosened up! Start by getting to know them and asking silly questions like, “Who has the crazier family?”, and “Who likes to cook dinner at night?”.
- Get Them Moving! Okay, this one is a really popular one.
- Hang Out Beforehand. This.
- Bring Music.
- Take Breaks.
What is a wedding icebreaker and how do you use it?
This wedding icebreaker is a subtle way to acknowledge the time your guests took to get to your wedding, and thank them for it, because we all know showing up is one of the best wedding gifts of all. Plus, it’ll shift the focus to them for a bit—which is considerate to them, and helpful for you if you need a little break from the spotlight.
What song should I play at my wedding reception?
Tell the DJ or band to play any of these fun wedding reception songs. The addition of a few popular hits will keep guests entertained for the entire night. Editor’s Pick: “Sucker,” The Jonas Brothers. Take advantage of the Jonas Brothers’ comeback by adding this fun hit to your wedding reception playlist.
Can we play icebreaker games at a wedding Cocktail Hour?
We’ve all been there. That awkward moment during a wedding cocktail hour where you’re forced to make conversation with some random cousin of the groom you haven’t met. If you’re in the stressful throes of wedding planning, we’re here to help. Well, with icebreaker games, at least.
What are grandparents’ favorite albums to listen to at a wedding?
Grandparents on both sides of the family will enjoy learning that the groom’s favorite record was The Beatles’ White Album while the little ones wonder what a record is. Guests can also bond over their shared adoration of celebrities like Drew Barrymore or John Stamos.