Bridal Shower Games
Pick shower games that will keep the conversation flowing!
- Wedding Word Scramble
- Bride-and-Groom Trivia
- Pin the Veil on the Bride
- How Well Does She Know Him?
- Anyone's Guess
- Toilet Paper Wedding Dress
Wedding Word Scramble
This one is easy! Choose 10-20 words and scramble the letters of each word. Give the guests about 10 minutes to unscramble the words. Announce the answers and award a prize to the guest with the most words spelled correctly. Examples of words that can be used include bride, wedding, flowers, groom, church, reception, ring, etc.
Simple and to the point! Write out 10-20 questions about the bride and groom with a selection of answers to choose from. Give guests about 10 minutes to answer the questions. Then, have the bride-to-be and/or groom-to-be give the correct answers. Guests will be amazed at what they learn! Some examples of questions include: Where did the couple meet?, Where was their first kiss?, How long have they been a couple?, etc.
Pin the Veil on the Bride
An old favorite! This game is just like when you were younger and played pin the tail on the donkey - with a twist. First, draw a profile of a bride and hang it up. Next, make a pretty bridal veil and have something to serve as a blindfold on hand. Blindfold each guest when it's time for their turn. The person who pins the veil to the correct spot can be awarded a prize.
How Well Does She Know Him?
This is a fun one! Before the shower, have someone secretly ask the groom-to-be an assortment of questions that the bride-to-be will be asked during the shower. See which answers she is able to match. For each question the bride-to-be gets correct, she receives a prize. For those she answers wrong, a guest's name is picked out of a hat and they receive the prize. Examples of some questions include: What is the groom's favorite food?, What is the groom's favorite color?, What is his middle name?
Keep 'em guessing! Fill a cute container with candy, recipes or anything having to do with a shower. Count the number of pieces you fill the container with. Ask each guest to guess how many pieces are in it by writing it down on a piece of paper. Whichever guest guesses the closest to the actual number, wins the cute container and its contents!
Toilet Paper Wedding Dress
This game is a riot! Divide guests into teams depending on the number of overall attendees. Each group receives a roll of white toilet paper and are given an allotted amount of time to design a wedding dress out of the toilet paper. Each team chooses a "bride" for the group, then proceeds to wrap the "bride" and create a dress. Once, the bridal gowns are complete, the bride from each team models their creation in front of everyone. The bride-to-be then chooses the gown in which she would be most likely to wear. A prize can then be awarded to the chosen bride and her design team!