September 7, 2012

Are you in search of a fun and silly way to entertain your guests? Then look no further than this simple DIY… wedding Mad Libs, or Wed-libs are a light hearted and easy game perfect for any wedding event! Three free downloads below…

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  • 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock in your theme color
  • pencils
  • paper trimmer
  • twine or ribbon
  • FREE downloads below

DIY wedding mad libs free printablesPin

Download and Print one or all of these following fun Wed-libs for FREE!

PROPOSAL – Front + Back



These fun Wed-libs were written by my fabulous mother exclusively for Something Turquoise!

Once downloaded, print as many as you need – both front and back. Do test prints to make sure that you are happy with the paper and printer quality. You can also take these files to your local print house and have them print them for you. Two ‘wed-libs’ are on each 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper, so you’ll need to cut them in half. Most print house’s will cut them for you as well, with one swift chop.

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Using cute twine or ribbon tie on a pencil or pen… to match your wedding colors of course!

DIY wedding mad libs free printablesPin

SO fun! Now… for those of you not familiar with how to play ‘Mad Libs‘… you are supposed to blindly fill in the words asked for (on the back of these cards) and then transfer or read them into the front paragraph. It makes the story sillier if you don’t know what it’s about…

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This can be a fun and low key game for any wedding event!

DIY wedding mad libs free printablesPin

/////     Update 1/21/14     /////

Since this super fun project has been such a hit! We have released 3 new themes! “How they Met”, “The Rehearsal” and “The Big Day”… follow this {link} to find them!


As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY. Happy Crafting!

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Photography: Studio 11 // DIY tutorial + free downloads by: Jen | Something Turquoise // Wed Libs by: JoAnn Causey // cover weight cardstock in Gravel: Paper Source // Martha Stewart paper trimmer: Michaels // pencils: Staples // cute grey twine: Cupcake Social via Etsy // nail polish: I have a herring problem OPI

19 Responses to “DIY | fun wedding Mad Libs”

  1. Sara says:

    Do you have a template for a rsvp mad libs for a wedding?

  2. Erica says:

    I was psyched to see these as they’re probably the cutest ones I’ve seen. Thanks for posting them and sharing them for free!

  3. Britta says:

    These are so fantastic! We will be using these for my sisters wedding next week. Thanks so much!

  4. Haley says:

    Such a fantastic find! I’m having a Bridal shower for my sister and can’t wait to have her guest fill out these Mad Libs. Thanks so much.

  5. Ciarán O'Hagan says:

    Hi. I love the idea of Mad libs. Is there any chance that you could do one for a same-sex civil partnership? Thanks in advance x

  6. I had such fun scolling up and down the website – thank you so much for the inspiration!

  7. alison says:

    Thank you so, so, so, so, SO much for sharing these! I was just about to design my own for my sister’s shower this weekend. You saved me so much time! :)

  8. Kelly says:

    Thank You so much for posting for free!!! If I have time to use these I will post pic’s :)

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  12. There is a typo… last line of the proposal story. Is it supposed to say- and the rest, AS (not ask) they say,

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