Games for Engaged Couples

Written by kate taylor
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  • Introduction

    Games for Engaged Couples

    Although most couples who are newly engaged already know each other very well and have thus decided to get married, the engagement period is still a time to learn about the other person and get to know each other better. Playing games is a great way to learn more about each other and keep the fun alive after the proposal. Whether its a new spin on an old classic or a brand new game you just made up, playing games will keep the engagement fun and healthy.

    Keep the fun alive after the proposal with fun games for engaged couples. (Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images)

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    Personalised Jenga

    Find an old game of Jenga and make it personal and more couple-friendly by using construction paper, a pen and some tape. Cut the construction paper into rectangles the size of Jenga pieces and write short questions or dares on them and then tape them onto the cards. Then, every time one of you picks a tile, read what the tile says and answer the question or perform the dare. This will help couples get to know each other better if they choose good questions for the tiles.

    Jenga is an classic that can be spun into the perfect game for couples. (Graham Denholm/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)

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    Roll the Dice

    In Roll the Dice, couples must create a list of six tasks that must accompany all six numbers on one die. Then, for the other, differently coloured die, they create a list with a place in the house corresponding to each number on the die. Players roll the dice are then must perform the designated action in the designated place in the house. This game can get hot and steamy or can be silly and ridiculous. It's whatever the couple makes it to be.

    The Roll the Dice game only requires that you have dice to play. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

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    Not-Yet-Newlywed Game

    Couples should come up with one list of twenty questions that they want to ask each other. Then, couples should answer the questions themselves and exchange answers after each couple has answered all of the questions. This will help couples truly understand if they are ready to get married and identify things that they have in common. This game doesn't have to be taken so seriously, however. They can ask intimate questions, or goofy ones for some laughs.

    All you'll need for the Not-Yet-Newlywed Game are a couple sheets of paper. (Jupiterimages/Polka Dot/Getty Images)

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    Scrabble is an old classic that many people love. Couples can make the game even more exciting by limiting themselves to only playing words that have to do with the wedding. This game will be pretty challenging. However, the challenge will not only make the game more fun, but will give the couple an excellent launching point to get into discussions about their big day.

    Try playing Scrabble and limiting yourself to words that have to do with a wedding. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

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