Left Right Game Playing Guide

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Variation 1: Left Right Envelopes

What you’ll need:
  • A set of winner and loser cards 
  • 10 mini envelopes
  • Left Right wedding story - available from my other listings
  • 5 prizes (adjusted for size of Hen Party – see instructions) 
  1.  In advance: seal the five winning and five losing cards in the envelopes and seal them up.  You may want to not use all the cards, it works quite well if you have an envelope for about half of the group)
  2. On the night: Get all the players in some sort of circle (this works really well at a table for example at dinner)
  3. Hand out the envelopes – try and place one every other person
  4. Explain that each time you say the word “left” they have to pass their envelope to the player on their left and every time you say the word “right” they are to hand their envelope to the player on their right.  You may want to explain that not all envelopes are winning!
  5. Read out the story, I suggest you read it slowly to allow everyone to hear the nuances of the lefts and rights!
  6. The people holding envelopes at the end of the story then open them, everyone holding a ‘winning’ card gets a prize!
n.b. this variation of playing with the envelopes works really well as everyone is either holding an envelope or waiting for one which makes the game involve everyone throughout without having to have tons of prizes

Variation 2: Left Right Story Only

What you’ll need:
•     Left Right wedding story- available from my ebay listings
•     winning prizes – optional to wrap

  1.  Get all the players in some sort of circle (this works really well at a table for example at dinner)
  2. Put the winning prizes in the hands of some guests randomly
  3. Explain that each time you say the word “left” whoever is holding the prize has to pass it to the player on their left and every time you say the word “right” they are to hand it to the player on their right. 
  4. Read out the story, I suggest you read it slowly to allow everyone to hear the nuances of the lefts and rights!
  5. Whoever is holding the prizes at the end of the story wins them!
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