It's fairly common to see wedding photo booths at the reception. It's a great souvenir, and the guests enjoy posing for the cam. But if you are looking for something unconventional, we've got alternative reception activities that can keep your friends and family entertained. Here are some fun booth activities your guests would definitely appreciate:

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1. Face caricature

If you’re both into art, maybe you and man can hire an artist who could do quick sketches – it’s a cool sub for photo booths.


 

2. Personalized calligraphy

Have your guests play with calligraphy pens to reveal their artistic side.

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3. Date suggestion jar

Assign a table where your guests can write down their suggestions for date nights with your hubby.  


 

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4. Popcorn bar

Who doesn’t love popcorn? Come up with different kinds of flavors from the usual butter and cheese to the wild ones like wasabi and beer-tasting popcorn.


 

5. Polaroid fun

Place a polaroid cameras on every table so your guests can take photos whenever they want to.

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6. Gaming area

If you have guests who aren’t really fond of dancing or *partying*, then this booth is for them; include board and card games for some variety!

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7. S’mores and hot chocolate

If you're getting married in somewhere cold, like Baguio or Tagaytay, keep everyone warm by setting up a bonfire, and have their hearts and tummies satisfied with s'mores and a cup of hot coco. This would be a perfect after-party activity, when you and your close friends can finally relax and do chit-chat.

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