Yes Or No

Wherever the party will be held a simple game like the “Yes or No” can be a good icebreaker. It is easy to play and it’s a good way of bonding with friends.

It is better if everyone, including the bride-to-be, participates. Form a circle with your seats. Everyone should mark their chair in some way to avoid confusion and to help them remember which chair belongs to who.

Any of guests may ask the group a question or you can prepare a box full of questions beforehand to randomly pick from. Appropriate questions should be answerable by yes or no like “have you ever?” questions.

For example “have you ever performed on stage?” or “have you ever kissed a guy with braces?” Each player whose answer is yes must stand up then move to the next available seat on her right.

If only one player stands up they must sit back in the same seat and they don’t get to move. The winner is the first person to make it back to their own seat.

To make the game longer you can add a few empty seats. If you have empty seats available in the circle you may choose to allow people to move even if they are the only person to stand. The empty seats will give them somewhere to move to.

Ask serious or funny questions. Who knows what secrets will be revealed?