A bridal shower is a fun way to celebrate a bride-to-be and shower her with love and gifts before her big day. One of the key components of a bridal shower is games, which are a great way to get everyone involved and have some fun. If you’re planning a bridal shower and looking for some exciting game ideas, here are a few to get you started:
1.What’s in Your Purse?
This is a classic game that’s always a hit at bridal showers. Simply create a list of items that a person might have in their purse (such as a lipstick, a pen, or a hair tie), and give each guest a copy of the list. The first person to find all the items in their purse wins a prize.
2.Guess the Celebrity Couple
For this game, create a list of famous celebrity couples and have guests try to guess who each person is paired with. You can make it more challenging by including lesser-known couples or requiring guests to name the year that the couple got married.
3.He Said/She Said
Have the bride-to-be answer a series of questions about her relationship with her fiancé (such as “Who made the first move?” or “Who is more likely to forget an anniversary?”), and then ask the guests to guess whether the bride or the groom said each answer.
4.Wedding Mad Libs
Mad Libs are always a fun way to get people laughing, and you can easily create your own wedding-themed version. Create a story or series of sentences with blanks for nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc., and have guests fill in the blanks to create a silly and entertaining story.
This game is a twist on the classic party game, but with a wedding theme. Divide guests into teams and have one person from each team draw a wedding-related word or phrase (such as “bridal bouquet” or “first dance”) while their team members try to guess what they’re drawing.
Test your guests’ knowledge of all things wedding-related with a trivia game. Create a list of questions about wedding traditions, famous weddings, and other wedding-related topics, and have guests try to answer as many questions as they can.
Another twist on a classic party game, have guests act out wedding-related words or phrases (such as “cutting the cake” or “throwing the bouquet”) while their team members try to guess what they’re acting out.
These are just a few ideas to get you started, but there are countless other bridal shower games out there. The key is to find games that are fun, engaging, and appropriate for the group you’re hosting. With a little creativity and planning, you’re sure to have a bridal shower that the bride-to-be and her guests will never forget.