Get the conversation flowing at your wedding party with a set of icebreaker cards for family and friends. They're unique, easy to make, personal and SO much fun!
While weddings can be a great time for family to catch up with each other and the latest news, they can be difficult for the many friends you gather throughout your life. Friends from school, friends from work, friends from clubs and friends from the neighbourhood. They know you very well of course, but they often don't know each other.
Icebreaker cards are available to buy - simple sets of questions on general knowledge or moral or ethical dilemmas... But that's not much fun for your wedding day!
We loved the examples shown above. The first, by Sarah and Adam, takes the form of a personalised quiz printed on to Business Cards. With the date of the wedding on one side, accompanied by the names of the happy couple, the other side takes full advantage of MOO's Printfinity option, featuring 50 different questions about Sarah and Adam themselves.
Sarah and Adam opted to upload their questions in the form of 50 different designs. This means they could use their own fonts, colours and layouts to match their wedding theme. If you're doing this too, check the artwork guidelines first to make sure you get the sizes right, and save your files as a print-ready PDF or a maximum resolution JEPG to achieve the best quality.
In a rush, or not sure your design skills are up to it? Make Text-o-Matic Business Cards using MOO's own flexible fonts and colours.
Sarah and Adam's multiple choice questions feature everything from favourite foods to first dates. Have fun making up your own questions and testing family and friends on their knowledge.
On the reverse, they asked each guest for a piece of advice to help with married life - and a name suggestion for their first born child!
We love this idea too, not only does it get your guests thinking and talking, but it also gives you another wonderful memento of the day.
(Don't forget, if you use MiniCards or MOO Luxe Business Cards, you'll need to provide your guests with 'permanent' pens!)