There’s something about the game Jenga that people love, whether it’s the quiet skill or the loud crash – maybe a little of both. People love it, and I had no idea how much.

Confession time: before our wedding reception this year, I had played Jenga maybe once in my life. Had I realized how big of a hit Jenga Giant would be at our wedding reception, I’d have taken photos of people playing. 

As it were, I was rushing around getting things set up. We decided to do much of our reception ourselves. We had food cooked on a grill and a pig prepared, but we set up the table ourselves. We made horseshoe pits and Cornhole pits (huge in the midwest) and even DJ’d it ourselves with a pre-made playlist.  

Jenga Giant is the perfect party game
Photo: Jenga.com

We added Jenga Giant because we thought it would give the kids something to do. But, every time I looked over at the table, it was surrounded by kids and adults. Everyone loved this game. There were a few people playing our homemade games, but seriously, everyone loved Jenga Giant. 

Jenga Giant is just like the classic Jenga game, but MUCH BIGGER. It starts at 18 inches high, but can stack to over 3 feet high in play! If you want more, then you can get the Jenga Giant Genuine Hardwood Game which can stack to over 5 feet high with Booster Pack. That’s a lot of game play!

At one point, we had to clear the table to set the food trays on, but as soon as we were done eating, people were asking to clear the table for more Jenga Giant. I swear, I’ve never seen anything like it. It truly kept the party going.

Please show our friends at Jenga some support and follow them on Facebook and on Twitter! Let them know if you were at our party and how much you loved Jenga 🙂

 
 

Thanks to Jenga for providing us with Jenga Giant for our party and to facilitate our review. All opinions are our own and are 100% truthful.

About Author

Dusty is the editor of As Mom Sees It, a family lifestyle and travel site. She is a wife and mother of two in Ohio.

Dusty has been featured on ABC, on Mom Talk Radio and in iBlog Magazine. Her creations have been featured on Craftgawker, DIY Weddings, and in 2013, As Mom Sees It was named one of the Top 50 New Product Review Sites by Cision.

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