Make // Free Wedding Bingo Printout (and Epson XP212 review)
Wedding Bingo is an idea that has been in the pipeline for our impending nuptials for the entirety of the time we’ve been planning (so almost two years then!). It’s a fab way to break the ice if you’re on a table with people you don’t really know, and it’s also a great way to keep the conversation flowing!
I spent Busby’s naptime yesterday devising our Wedding Bingo sheets, and thought I’d share them with you incase you fancied doing something similar.
I’ve left these blank so you can add your own words into the squares. All you need to do is upload the file to PicMonkey and add the text. You can even add pictures if you so wish!
Here is an example sheet for ideas. I’ve created 35 different sheets to be scattered over the tables.
Thank you to the lovely people at Viking who sent me the fabulous Epson XP212 wireless all-in-one inkjet printer to facilitate our wedding planning! It has proved itself incredibly useful (and rather indispensable) when sending out our invites, as it has meant we can print instructions for relatives who don’t have the internet. It’s also going to be handy for printing off the 80 Wedding Bingo Printouts above!
The Epson XP212 works on wifi which has been so useful for printing off wedding information and contracts with suppliers when I’ve been working on my desk upstairs. It was very easy to set up (minimal swearing) and I was printing within 30 minutes of it arriving… This Bride doesn’t waste anytime! You can even connect your smartphone to the printer and print directly from it – we’re thinking about possibly using it to facilitate our DIY Photobooth at the wedding as the print quality is great.
As it’s an all-in-one printer, the Epson XP212 can photocopy and scan too. This has proved very useful for copying important documents and contracts for the wedding.
I was also really impressed that the printer came with ink.
In conclusion the Epson XP212 wireless all-in-one inkjet printer does everything you’d expect a printer to do! Its only draw back is that the largest size it can print is A4. The printer is available to buy on the Viking website for £44.39 and I would definitely recommend this printer to any Brides on a budget who need something to assist in their wedding planning.
Did you have Wedding Bingo (or any ice breaker games) at your wedding?