Chinese Wedding Door Games
Exciting Door Games Ideas For Your Wedding
Here’s a full short feature film with the best door games ever played in a chinese wedding!
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It is always a good sign for the numbers 8 and 9 to be requested on the wedding day. Groomsmen, have your red pockets ready as this is the first step of the door games!
Have the groomsmen pass pieces of thin seaweeds using their mouths! Always a crowd favorite as it usually creates perfect moments where one of the groomsmen fails to have the seaweed hold on as they pass it to their partner.
Follow and Dance!
Put on a dance music video and have them dance away in lip sync land
Finding the key inside the ice
Have a key or item hidden inside a block of ice, they should be trying to break it or melt it with the most creative way.
Sing a song using certain words
Nothing says more than sincere than a song dedication, make it tougher for him by making him use words such as “love” or even your name!
Popping some balloons
Wrap balloons around the groom’s body parts and have the groomsmen pop it using various body parts
Push up mania
Time to do some push ups, now we can do this in multiple ways. Have one groomsmen hold a seaweed in his mouth, and the groom do a push up to pick it up. Too close? It’s always an option to have plates of fruits or whip creamed plates for serving, no one stops doing push ups until the plates are clean.
Have photos of certain difficult poses, everyone must be able to hold the same pose for 5 seconds atleast.
Time for them to choose their recipe! sweet, sour, bitter, spicy, the recipe is for you to choose!
Wax it off
Wax it off. Wax it off. Wax it off. Time to make them feel your pain!
Declaration of Love
The groom must declare his love and why he loves you! Either have strangers sign it as witness, or even just listing reasons that he loves you as the last part of his test!
Watch this declaration of love!
Decoration for Chinese Wedding – Double Happiness symbol
Seen often in most Chinese weddings, this symbol holds a special meaning in love and marriage. Pronounced ‘shuang-xi’ in Mandarin, the Double Happiness symbol can be found stamped on invitation cards, cut out and used as decorations in various venues, and even printed on red packets and menus! This symbol signifies happiness of two people who will be united in marriage, and are about to spend the rest of their lives together. It is a sign of blessing to the newlywed couple and their families, so remember to make sure that your photographer knows to capture a few photos that feature this important mark!
Finding the shoes is an essential part of a Chinese Wedding