Shoe Game for Weddings

Wedding receptions are great because it means the most stressful part is over, and it’s party time! And time for the Wedding shoe game…

During this epic celebration involving cake, food, and refreshments, games are often played in between dancing for fun.

Wedding games are a fun way to celebrate the wedding couple and give their guests a few laughs, too! This simple game involves nothing more than the bride, the groom, their shoes and two chairs. Of course, the game works with many different partner arrangements (such as bride/bride, groom/groom) and can be played at other commitment ceremonies (such as handfastings, ring-exchanges, engagements, anniversaries, etc.).


The wedding shoe game is becoming ever increasingly more popular at wedding receptions. While many still haven’t heard of it, it might just be played at the next reception you attend.
How To Play:
1. The bride and groom are seated on chairs in the middle of the dance floor or venue (if the dance floor separate from the main guest area), back-to-back.
2. Both the bride and groom remove their shoes and exchange one so that they are both holding one of each other’s shoe. The bride will have one of her shoes and one of her partner’s shoes. The groom will have one of his shoes and one of his partner’s shoes.
3. During the game, a series of questions are asked, and the answer is either “the bride” or “the groom.” The bride and groom answer the questions by holding up the shoe of the correct partner as their answer. For instance, if the question was “Who usually makes breakfast in the morning” and the answer is the groom, they should both hold up the groom’s shoes.
4. The game usually lasts about 10 minutes with a series questions being asked.
5. You can either plan the questions ahead of time and have them written somewhere, have the audience shout questions (be careful with this one), ask the guests to write questions down on paper, or use a combination of all three methods (this could be a little chaotic).

Game Question Tips:
• Depending on the kind of audience present, we recommend best to keep the questions clean.
• Keep tally on how many questions they answered the same just to tell them for fun.
• If taking questions from the audience, be sure to have someone go through them to ensure they are appropriate. You can provide note cards and writing utensils for guests to write their questions down. Appointing one person as a spokesperson is probably a good idea.
• Have note cards at each table for guests to write down their question suggestions before the game to provide more time for filtering.

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If you are planning on playing this game, then you will need some questions to ask. Whether you use the below examples or if you are looking for a few questions to use, here’s the list:

General Questions
1. Who hogs most of the bed?
2. Who is the better driver?
3. Who has the better driving record?
4. Who is the better cook?
5. Who uses more toilet paper?
6. Who has better vision?
7. Who has better hearing?
8. Who is worse with direction?
9. Who has the nuttier family?
10. Who has the most shoes? (It is the shoe game, after all!)

Relationship Questions
1. Who was the first to admit their love?
2. Who was the one who made the relationship “official?”
3. Who was the first one to have a crush on the other?
4. Who wears the pants in the relationship?
5. Who has to always have the final word in an argument?
6. Who is the better kisser?
7. Who flirts the most?
8. Who is always the first to say “I love you?”
9. Who is the smarter one?
10. Who is your favorite person?

Money Questions
1. Who spends more money?
2. Who shops more?
3. Who generally picks up the tab at restaurants?
4. Who is the cheapest?
5. Who tips the most?
6. Who pays the most bills?

Personality Questions
1. Who is more clumsy?
2. Who talks the most?
3. Who looks in the mirror more?
4. Who talks the loudest?
5. Who has the better laugh?
6. Who tells the best jokes?
7. Who is more serious?
8. Who is more flexible?
9. Who is most the dramatic?
10. Who is the biggest baby when they’re sick?
11. Who gives better presents?
12. Who gives the most unexpected surprises?
13. Who is the first to apologize after an argument?
14. Who has better hair?
15. Who is more forgetful?
16. Who cries the most during movies?
17. Who has more dressy clothes?
18. Who is more stubborn?

Habit Questions
1. Who exercises more?
2. Who eats healthier?
3. Who is in better overall shape?
4. Who eats the most fast food?
5. Who does more household chores?
6. Who’s car is the cleanest?
7. Who would rather be outdoors?
8. Who spends the most time on the phone?
9. Who sings better?
10. Who dances better?
11. Who brushes their teeth the most?
12. Who holds their liquor better?
13. Who takes longer showers?
14. Who takes the longest to get ready?
15. Who is the cleanest?
16. Who dresses better?

Now that you have plenty of ideas for your wedding shoe game questions, you should be all set to play the game. Just wait and see which ones your guests can come up with, they might be the best ones to ask.

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