Wedding Planning

12 Fun Games Guaranteed to Break The Ice between Ladkewale and Ladkiwale!

Sanchita Kalra, 28 Jan 2017

You must be knowing your favourite Chandigarh wali massi's daughter's husband but the groom's side certainly will not even have the slightest hint of who that person is! 

And even though everyone will be introduced to everyone on the day of wedding functions or maybe before, there's always little awkwardness that is prevalent. There are just occasional hello-ji's and giggles, we have all been there, haven't we?

So, as a bride-to-be, there are a number of ways you can break the ice between the Team Bride and Groom Gang and bring families a little closer. To get the wedding guests in the festive mood (or to let them know about Chandigarh connection), here are some ways to lighten up the wedding atmosphere so that no more hum aapke hai kaun?

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Moreover, you never know all those little fun engaging activities may kick start somebody else's romance too ;)  

#1 Clean bowl the other team with friendly Cricket or Football matches 

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#2 Sing "row row row your boat" on Boat Races

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#3 Build an empire with Jenga

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#4 Chug it down at Beer Pong

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#5 Win a Tic-Tac-Toe game

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#6 May the strength be with you in Tug Of War

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#7 Throwback to Independence Day celebrations - Kite Flying

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#8 Baby sing a song at Karaoke

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#9 No Karaoke? Okay, how about Antakshri and Dumb Charades? 

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#10 Strike for the queen in Carrom Board games

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#11 Xbox and PS games with projector screens

and the last one...

#12 Don't forget to win the full house in Tambola/Housie

Aren't these the best ways to engage your wedding guests as well as break the ice! And to maintain the score of your games, all you need is a blackboard and some chalks:

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Got some more Break The Ice ideas? Tell us in comments below!