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Wedding Mad Libs Printable

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Updated September 29, 2016
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Add an element of fun to your bridal shower or even your big day with the Wedding Mad Libs Printable. With six different versions, this free wedding printable is an inexpensive detail that can make a big difference. This activity would fit in perfectly at a bachelorette party with appropriately inappropriate yell-outs. These would also be fabulous to stick at the kids' table to keep the little ones busy and out of trouble. If you have tables where the guests don't know each other, these simple DIY wedding printables are a fantastic way to break the ice. No matter how you use these, you'll be thrilled you have them.

Wedding Mad Libs Printable
Wedding Mad Libs Printable
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Time to complete: Under an hour

Primary Technique: Paper Crafts

Beginner

Estimated Cost: Under $10

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Download our free eBook, Unique Wedding Ceremony Ideas: 27 DIYs + Ceremony Songs and Outline for more wedding ideas that will amaze your guests!

 

Did You Know? 

These wedding Mad Libs are the perfect easy wedding reception game! If you've ever played Mad Libs, you know just how wacky some of the responses to this word game can be. They also have a pretty interesting story as to how they came to be! In 1953, Leonard Stern and Roger Price got the idea for the game when a hilarious exchange of words transpired in their New York City apartment when Stern asked Price for an adjective.

Fast forward five years, and their new game finally had a name. The pair overheard an actor disagree with their agent over whether or not to "ad-lib" an interview, and their agent thought that they were "mad" (crazy) for thinking so. Thus, Mad Libs was born. Years later, they partnered with Larry Sloan, hence the name of their publishing company, Price Stern Sloan. Six decades later, the game has sold over a hundred million copies and has more than 70 different versions. 

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