When choosing competitions for the wedding day, you need to pay attention to what age category the majority of invited guests belong to. Of course, competitions for student weddings should be different from the competitions that you need to choose for weddings of mature people. Our website www.articlewedding.com is ready to offer you a couple of universal music competitions for all types of weddings.
Guests are divided into teams, each team host offers to sing excerpts of songs that contain the words "love", "wedding", etc. The team that remembers the most songs wins.
Participants are divided into two teams. One team sings one verse from a song, the other must sing a verse from a song, the meaning of which contradicts the first. For starters, you can pre-set song themes. And then offer the guests antonyms as a task: black - white, water - earth, day - night, guy - girl, etc..
"Guess the melody"
Props: tunes from retro hits.
In order to hold this wedding competition at the table, the master of ceremonies prepares several tunes. When a melody sounds, the one who guesses it should say "stop." After this phrase, the music stops, and the person says what the track is called. The winner is the one who can guess the most melodies.
Props: melodies from songs.
The host invites guests to choose words for famous tunes. Who can compose the most interesting song wins.
The competition can be held at the table. Guests are divided into two teams. The host suggests recalling as many songs as possible related to the wedding. The teams take turns calling the names of songs or even sing lines from songs. The team that can’t remember the song loses.
Props: leaflets with a set of words.
Guests are divided into two teams. Toastmaster gives each team a leaflet with a set of words, from which guests must compose a congratulation song for the newlyweds.
Props: recorded musical phrases, hat.
The host should bring to the bride’s head a “certain” headdress that is supposedly able to “read minds”. At the same time, the host must ask what the bride is thinking about, and at that moment the music broadcasting her thoughts should come from the speakers. This can be done with all guests present..
Props: pre-prepared questions.
The host invites guests to play a music quiz. He divides the guests into two teams and asks a question that participants must answer within 5 seconds.
- Russian pop star, ex-husband of grandmother, but not grandfather. (F. Kirkorov)
- A song in which the singer admits that her roof went off. ("I'm crazy")
- A song about a hopelessly ugly girl. ("Well, you are so scary")
- The broken-up duo, consisting of a beautiful woman who was not afraid to be funny, and a funny man who looked handsome. (Cabaret duet "Academy")