Have you ever thought about a wooden wobbly tower stacking game as a guest book at the wedding? Your guests can leave wishes for you on the various wooden stones. Gradually, this creates a whole tower full of congratulations.
We discovered the wooden wobbly tower stacking game as a guest book at the wedding at the mountain wedding in the Hochzillertal. Friends of the bridal couple came up with the idea and prepared it as a surprise for the bride and groom. A really great idea and a very nice surprise.
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What is a wooden wobbly tower stacking game?
Surely most of you have already played the game with the Jenga tower. At least one or the other will remember the typical wooden tower with the wooden blocks from its past. In the game, each player must try to take a stone out of the tower and place it on top.
This may sound very simple at first, but it can be a bit tricky at times. If one of the players’ tower falls over, then that player loses.
Jenga tower as a guest book for the wedding
The original wooden wobble tower stacking game comes from Hasbro and is known under the name Jenga. This can be implemented very well and above all simply as a guest book for the wedding. Your guests can write on the various blocks with a pen and gradually build the finished tower together. This is not only a nice idea for enthusiastic bridal couples, but also for everyone else.
Wood wobble tower stacking game as a guest book
If you would also like to provide a wooden wobbly tower stacking game as a guest book at your wedding, you will of course first need the appropriate wooden stones. You can get these either in the Yes wedding shop or on Amazon. You can either order the “Wedding Variants”, but if you want to save some money you can simply buy the game and a matching pen separately.
If you are looking for more ideas for unusual guest books for the wedding, then please click on the linked post. Please have a look at these too
Wooden guest books for the wedding.
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