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Wedding Kissing Games




 <Written by DJ Rob Salvati>



    1. Wedding Kissing Wheel
    Take a spin at the wedding kissing wheel where guests can either land on 1 of 4 kiss category or 6 other consequence categories which include some hilarious party starting gimmicks like "moonwalk back to your seat", "Wear a veil until next turn", "Take a selfie with the bride and groom", "Show your best dance moves",  "Dance the hula" and "hug a stranger".


    2. Wedding Kissing Dice
    To play this game, a guest rolls the fluffy, oversized kissing dice in the middle of the dance floor. If the guest lands on a pair of lips (1 or 6), the bride and groom must kiss. If the guest however rolls numbers 2 to 5, this is where the fun begins. How much fun depends on what the bride and groom have decided upon.

    The first variation of the game is that the guest has to go around the room and kiss the same amount of people as the number they rolled. A second variation of the game assigns different tasks to the different numbers rolled. For example #2 = Do a dance, #3 = answer a trivia question about the bride and groom, #4 = sing a song and #5 = Do a trick. Consequences can vary, additional options can be found at the bottom of this list.


    3. Movie Quote Game
    Have envelopes on the table or balloons as centerpieces. Inside on a piece of paper, quote a famous line from a movie (e.g. Here's lookin' at you kid). The table must quote the correct movie to get the Bride and Groom to kiss.
    (Materials needed)

    4. Poem of Limerick
    Give each table pens and paper. Each table has to write a love poem or limerick and then come up to the podium to read it. The poems can also be collected after they have been read for a memento.

    (Materials needed)


    Wedding Kissing Games for the Reception5. Sing a Song
    with the word love in it
    or a song that contains the bride and groom's name.


    6. Sing a TV Show Theme Song
    (ex. Theme from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)


    7. Change the Lyrics
    Choose any song and change the lyrics to reflect your special day (ex. We wish you a Merry Wedding; we wish you a Merry Wedding and a Happy Honeymoon).


    8. Rewrite the Song
    Make up appropriate lyrics to: On the First Day of Marriage, My True Love Gave to me... On The Second Day... and so on.


    9. Tell a Joke
    or funny story in the microphone. (keep it clean)


    10. Wedding Trivia Game
    Have 1 or more balloons for each table beside the head table in an arrangement. Inside each balloon will be a trivia question such as the examples listed below. The DJ or MC will have the answers, some example are as follows.
    (Materials needed)

    - As of today, how many years have they been together?
    - How many inches taller than the bride is the groom?
    - How many people are at the wedding?
    - How many pets do they have or will they have together?
    - If the bride had been married when she was five years old, who would she have wanted to marry?
    - On what date did the bride and groom get engaged?
    - What is the bride's and or groom's middle name? (If either have one)
    - What is the bride's Father or Mothers name?
    - Where are the Bride and Groom going on their honeymoon?
    - Where did the bride and groom meet?
    - Where did the Bride go to High School?
    - Where was the engagement ring bought?
    - Where will the couple live?
    - Which of the guests (not a family member) has the groom known the longest?


    11. Marriage Advice
    Guests come up to the podium to give marriage advice, the better the advice the better the kiss.


    12. Charitable Donation
    Pick a charity that is important to you, put a donation can by the head table. Your guests will have to pay if they want to see you kiss. For example, every $1 given to charity you will kiss for 1 second.


    13. Ring Your Bell
    Use bells at each table with a card attached explaining that they will be used to make the bride and groom kiss.
    (Materials needed)


    14. Top 10 List
    Make the guests come up with a top 10 list similar to David Letterman's top 10 lists. You can give each table a different theme such as top 10 honeymoon activities, top 10 reasons why the bride & groom are perfect together, top 10 famous couples, etc.
    (Materials needed)


    15. Copy Cat Kiss
    Couples must get up and stand in front of the head table and kiss. The Bride and Groom have to copy whatever their guests did. Another variation includes putting all the names of couples that you would like to participate in a container. Each time glasses are clinked, the DJ/MC pulls a couple's name and they kiss. The Bride and Groom have to copy whatever their guests did.


    16. Bean Bag Toss
    Create or find a bean bag board and lay it on the dance floor with one side slightly raised. The guest has 4 bean bags to get in the holes. Make larger consequences depending on how many were missed.
    (Materials needed)


    17. Hula Hoop
    Leave a hula-hoop in the middle of the dance floor. The guest must hula using his waist and the couple has to kiss for as long as the hula is spinning.
    (Materials needed)


    18. Tricycle and Sombrero
    Leave the items in the middle of the dance floor. If someone wants the bride and groom to kiss, they have to ride the tricycle while wearing the Sombrero around the dance floor.
    (Materials needed)


    19. A Hole-in-One
    Place a putting green in the middle of the dance floor. If the guest gets a hole in one, the Bride and Groom kiss.
    (Materials needed)


    20. Fish Bowl of Kisses
    Fill a fishbowl full of silver and gold Hershey's kisses. A guest must pick from the bowl to make the bride and groom kiss. A gold kiss means the bride and groom kiss, a silver kiss means the guest must kiss someone.
    (Materials needed)


    21. Minute-to-Win-It
    A guest makes his/her way to the dance floor to juggle 3 balloons in the air without dropping them while being timed with a stop-watch. If the guest can keep the balloons in the air for a minute, the couple kisses.
    (Materials needed)

    22. Wedding Simon Says
    Have Balloons as Centerpieces. Inside the Balloons have instructions as to certain ridiculous actions that the whole table must perform to get the bride and groom to kiss. Some possible consequence options include
    "Freeze until the next spin, Strike a pose, You and your table sing a verse from a love song, take a selfie with the bride and groom and show your dance moves".
    (Materials needed)

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"Rob was willing to do what ever was asked of him... and even went the extra mile when he knew it was a theme party he dressed up to fit the theme. Thank you so much Rob, you are worth double what you charge!"
     - Judy Harling, Windsor Ontario

"I would like to say that the DJ service provided by Rob was OUTSTANDING!!!!!! Every one of our requests were honored. Rob travelled a very long distance for our wedding and was very pleasant and punctual.

I would rate this service an EASY 10 OUT OF 10!!!!! Thanks so very much again Rob and all the best!"

     - Gordon Booth, Hamilton Ontario

"Having Rob "The Music Man" as a part of our celebration made the evening even more enjoyable. Not only was Rob completely professional and extremely polite, but I knew I could trust him in doing a great job. I felt so comfortable knowing that this night was as important to him as it was to us. Your entertainment was great, your music enjoyable and your drive to want to do a good job was complete perfection! Thanks Rob for a great job and I look forward to having you as a part of another one of our celebrations."
     - Amber Chalut, Windsor Ontario

"Rob "The Music Man" Salvati, was the DJ at my brother's wedding this summer. He did an amazing job taking requests, and playing music for everyone's tastes.

Rob has a large variety of music to choose from, and he did very well coordinating the evening with my family. He is a reliable DJ, and I would recommend him to DJ at your next special occasion. I know who I'll be calling when I get married!"

     - Amy Borland, Essex Ontario

"Rob, Thank you for your patience and of course for the wonderful job you did at the wedding! All of my new sister in-laws from Australia were "blown away". Thanks again!"

     - Ruth Krey, Windsor Ontario

"The afternoon and dinner music was great, just what we wanted, couldn't have been better. It added to the festivities. The night music worked in great when the band wasn't playing and you had just what everyone seemed to want. Keep up the great work."

     - Hilda Franklin, Wheatley Ontario

     - Tracy and Mark Daignault, London Ontario

"I just wanted to thank you for the great job you did at our wedding. Everyone had a great time and loved the music. They had more fun at our wedding than at most weddings they've been to in a long time.

Thank-you for making our day so wonderful. We just wanted to have fun at our wedding and we did. Everyone has told us you did a great job. We'll recommend you to anyone who asks about a DJ."

     - Jennifer & Shane Oltean, Leamington Ontario

"Dear Rob,
Thank you so much for keeping our party going! You are a very talented DJ and it was a great pleasure to have you at our wedding. You did such a wonderful job! All of our guests were raving about how much fun it was and what great music was played. Happy holidays!"

     - Laura & Steve Tultz, North York Ontario

"Hi Rob, Jason and I just wanted to thank you so much for your hard work at our reception. You were totally awesome. The music selection was great and we really enjoyed having you as a part of our wedding celebration..

Your professionalism was outstanding especially when it came to filling our MC and music requests on the fly. I will definitely recommend you to anyone who's looking for a DJ for their function. Thanks again"


"Hello Rob,,
Thank you very much for everything. Everyone complimented on the music and how well you did it all. Thanks again, and I will make sure to pass on the word..."


"Hi Rob, thank you for all your hard work at our wedding. We had a great time dancing to the music. Thank you for being our MC. We were very happy with your services and would gladly recommend you to our friends.
Sincerely, Shannon Dickie."

     - Shannon Dickie, Amherstburg Ontario

"I've had the pleasure of experiencing The Music Man's entertaining DJ service at several parties that I've attended. I have yet to see and hear a DJ that can get the crowd going like this man. I would wholeheartedly recommend this DJ service to anyone and EVERYONE!"

     - Ruby Monaco, Leamington Ontario

"Rob! You did a fantastic job! (Especially on such short notice). Everyone had a really great time. You played an awesome mix of music. Maybe we'll see you at our 50th! Thanks for the pictures. If you have anymore, we'd be glad to see them.
Thanks again"

     - Sandy & Marc Quenneville, Belle River Ontario