The best summer wedding lawn games
Create your own noughts and crosses board and keep them forever. Genius.
Coconut shies are simply perfect for a festival-themed wedding, and you can match the colour scheme to your decor, too.
We want to meet whoever came up with this giant-size Kerplunk and shake their hand.
You'll be surprised how persuasive your ushers can be when it comes to rounding the troops to take part.
This flashback to Gladiators is blowing our minds. So simple, yet so effective.
Giant Connect Four - a classic.
The best thing about these bouncy balls is that you can keep them and reuse them when you have babies and labour pains.
Everyone loves proving that they have a good aim after a few drinks.
Get a tally board involved to spice things up between the guys and gals. We reckon you'll be surprised how much Granny and Aunty Gill get into it.
You might think this one is for the benefit of the oldies, and it's true - they will love it, but it's a game for everyone and working in teams will help your guests bond.
Croquet is the BEST lawn game ever. Fact.
This one's got fall-over-and-create-a-massive-bundle-with-the-groom-at-the-bottom written all over it, but it'll be fun, nevertheless.
This one will be great for the pictures. Forget about actually playing it.
This one is SO EASY to do. And it will be so much fun. Just do it.
Giant Jenga is a classic, and you can even turn this into a fun guestbook idea and ask people to sign a piece as they pop it on the tower. Two birds, one stone.
Get the girls involved in the sack race too. Just make sure the elastic on Nanny's knickers will be up to the job.
Hang some doughnuts off a tree and ask people to eat them with no hands and without licking their lips. This is what dreams are made of, people.
A supersize scrabble board is a perfect form of entertainment - especially when you proved comfy seats and a cosy setting like this one.
You've also got to allow for some good fun in the form of photo boards. Get the kiddies to help you make these and then the adults will feel too guilty to ignore them. Clever, ey?
We'll repeat our advice about Nanny's knickers for this one. <br /><br />But a limbo station is a must-have to get the party started.