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Since both FI and I have close friends and don't have a particular best friend, we've decided to have a competition to choose the MOH/Best man at our resort.  We're planning to have it at the AI resort during our wedding week and coupling people together to do multiple competitions until there is one couple standing.  I want both mental and physical challenges.  

 

I was thinking of having a flip cup competition, some kind of logical puzzle to solve, and maybe a picture scavenger hunt, they offer paddle boarding at my resort so was thinking of jousting on it for the final competition but may be too risky..

 

Anyone have any suggestions?

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@OttawaBride2017  Interesting idea. Not sure how practical it will end up being for you but it's definitely different.

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Since both FI and I have close friends and don't have a particular best friend, we've decided to have a competition to choose the MOH/Best man at our resort.  We're planning to have it at the AI resort during our wedding week and coupling people together to do multiple competitions until there is one couple standing.  I want both mental and physical challenges.  

 

I was thinking of having a flip cup competition, some kind of logical puzzle to solve, and maybe a picture scavenger hunt, they offer paddle boarding at my resort so was thinking of jousting on it for the final competition but may be too risky..

 

Anyone have any suggestions?

Oh wow! such an amazing and fun idea.   please share back some pictures. 

 

Happy Planning!

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We ended up pairing up couples.  Doing a photo scavenger hunt, musical chairs and then a logical puzzles with drinking involved.  The bridesmaids and groomsmen said they had so much fun.

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