Whether you're in the no-dancing boat, the no-alcohol boat, or you're just looking for something different to do during your cocktail hour, why not give Apples to Apples a try as your wedding icebreaker at your reception?
Stacy and Daniel still opted for a dance or two at their wedding, but they set out a few boxes of the mix-and-match card game between eating dinner and getting grooves on.
I know I'm not the only one out there who grabs at conversation-starter life rafts with strangers, right?
Now, obvs, Apples to Apples isn't the only card game out there you could set out…
It does have the benefit of being super-quick to learn, pretty damn inoffensive (compared to others, *cough, cough*), and an inexpensive method of entertainment that involves a large number of people of many skill levels.
What's not to love?
Of course, if don't want to go inoffensive, it's not like Cards Against Humanity hasn't shown up at the occasional engagement party before:
How would you break the ice at a wedding cocktail hour? Obvs, Apples to Apples isn't the only card game you could set out — what else would you suggest?