Disney Wedding Games

Play Disney wedding games with the biggest Disney fanatic couple you know. However, to successfully play and win some of these games guests must be knowledgeable in Disney trivia. Then again, if the bride is a die hard Disney fan, she will be excited to show off her trivia skills by winning the games at her bridal shower. Most of the games work best with bridal showers or teas, but you can also play them at parties for couples.

Match the Disney Couple

Have couples match up the different Disney couples. Of course you will have the popular characters such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck and Goofy and Clarabelle Cow. Other character couples you need to include are Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Prince Charming, Mike Witowski and Scylla and Lightning McQueen and Sally. Rather than list the couples on either side of a sheet of paper, write the names on small cards and scatter them out on a table and have each player sort through to match the couples.

Love Song Trivia

This game takes some work to find copies of all the songs from different Disney movies. Divide guests into two groups and have teams take turns guessing which movie the Disney love song is from. Each team has 10 seconds to listen to the song and answer. If they cannot give an answer the other team will have a chance. You can award bonus points if the team knows the Disney couple featured in the movies. Some love songs you can use include “A Whole New World” from "Aladdin," “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” from "The Lion King" and “Kiss the Girl” from "The Little Mermaid."

Who am I?

As your guests arrive, place a piece of paper on their back with a name of a Disney character. Then for the remainder of the party they have to go from guest to guest asking yes and no questions to help them figure out which Disney character they are. If this game is for a bridal shower or tea, stick with all princess names, and if it is a couples party include the princes too.

Honeymoon Destination Pictionary

Set up a place where you can play a friendly game of Disney pictionary, but this time, rather than focusing on characters, focus on locations. Give the person drawing the name of a Disney movie and she has to draw the destination -- for example, Hawaii for "Lilo and Stitch," France for "Beauty and the Beast" and New Orleans for "The Princess and the Frog." Stick with destinations where couples might go on a honeymoon.