Bridal Shower Games You'll Actually Want To Play | A Practical Wedding (2022)

Let’s talk about bridal shower games. In theory, they’re fun. You’re drinking mimosas, celebrating love, and you probably have an excuse to wear some super-extra, lacy “The Ladies Who Lunch”ensemble, which, honestly, we don’t get enough in this day and age. Win-win-win, right?

Then why do I find myself trying to hide out under the punch table whenever it strikes bridal shower game-time o’clock?

The problem isn’t that I’m an anti-bridal shower game Scrooge, but more that I—and mostly everyone else—can’t quite manage to muster up a huge surge of excitement for, like, wrapping my friends in toilet paper “wedding dresses”. Or playing innuendo-laced word games about the honeymoon. Or participating in some torturous “relay race” that involves grabbing marshmallows out of trail mix with chopsticks. (It’s a thing. And it’s terrible.)

But we can do better. So we asked around, for some of the best advice and actual games out there. According to Stacy Davidowitz, author, teacher, and former director at Tyler Hill Camp who has lead hundreds of games in the course of her career, it’s best to “keep it simple. Large groups and too many rules are a recipe for disaster. Be prepared to adjust the game and its length in the moment depending on the crowd and their energy. And prizes are always a fun incentive!”

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Jess Rutherford of Sentimental Fools, an event design and planning firm in Baltimore advises to know your crowd: “Bridal shower games can be a blast or a tedious chore depending on the bride or the game.” So don’t feel too much pressure to play games! As Jess says, “We LOVE the trend of performers or an activity replacing the need for games. Having a manicurist, drag queens, yoga instructors, or even a braid bar are such a fun way to keep your guests entertained.” So don’t be afraid to consider alternatives.

But maybe you are planning a shower, and bridal shower games have been requested, but you don’t want… you know… awful ones. Well, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few bridal shower game ideas we’ll all actually get excited about playing. Consider these games worthy of that “TheLadies Who Lunch” dress you finally got an excuse to wear.

Games You’ll Actually Want To Play

Custom Taboo

What it is:Okay, so the first of the bridal shower games requires a bit of prep, but if you’re a fellow lover of Taboo (everyone, right?), it’ll be worth it. It’s a bit like charades, but with words instead of actions, which means lots of shouting and a fast pace. Our twists? Creating your own cue cards that relate to the couple so the game has an element of how much players know the couple. If you know that the couple had their first date at the movies seeing Mad Max: Fury Road, you’ll know to look for it in the cue cards.

Rules: A team member will draw a card with a word or phrase on it, and then try to get their teammate to shout out the word without saying the word/phrase or any of the common “no-go” words also listed on the card. For example: The phrase is Mad Max: Fury Road and the no-go words are Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy, Australia, Science Fiction, or Apocalyptic.

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Prep: You’ll have to make up some cue cards and print them out, but it’s easy, we promise. Try favorite restaurants, a honeymoon destination, or past date spots.

Pros: It’s lively enough to get the energy flowing, but it’s also not a huge commitment. You can stop any time it starts to feel tedious.

Couple or Celeb, Baby Picture Version

What it is: Photo games in which players guess the age of the couple in old baby pictures are big bridal shower game go-to, but we think we can jazz things up a bit. Instead of guessing ages, pick infant-aged photos of the couple and wedding party members and pair them up with infant photos of celebrities they resemble. And, voila, you have: The “Celeb or Wedding Party Member?” game. Another twist: Use a bunch of kid pics of the couple’s favorite celebs and have players guess who they are, again making it into a “how well do you know the couple” type of premise.

Prep: Okay, this will mean you need to spend time asking the couple’s parents for baby pics and digging up celebrity baby pics on the internet—which actually sounds like a great time, though, so score?

Pros: It’s a reason to hunt down baby pictures of Beyoncé, talk about how much the bride loves Alanis Morissette, point out the groom’s eerie resemblance to a young Clark Gable, or a chance to show offthe couple’s obsession with Ali Wong’s stand-up.

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PasSthe Present: Love Songs

What it is: As a kid, we had a rotating repertoire of games at our birthday parties, but one was always on the itinerary, no matter the theme or age: Pass the present.You can make it bridal shower game-worthy by playing funny or upbeat love songs, or songs the couple has loved or loves, and will make players giggle. (Britney always kills it.)

Rules: Players pass a wrapped gift around a circle while music plays. When the music stops suddenly, whoever has the present, gets to open it. Within each wrapping, they’ll find a small gift—and another wrapped present, which gets passed around to music until the last round, which holds the best gift.

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Prep: You’ll need to source presents of varying sizes and then wrap them up within each other, matryoshka style. Then, make a playlist of songs. Assign someone to music-stopping duty and you’re done.

Pros: First of all, presents are always fun. Second, sometimes you need a break from all that competition and hard work and want a game that’s a bit more chill.

Wedding Human Bingo

What it is: Does a bridal shower even exist without some type of bingo? This human version of bingo is an oft-used option at team-building workshops, which sounds maybe awful, but actually—honestly!—is a great way to get people who may not know each other mingling and breaking the ice. As event planner Rebecca Wright said, “I put a series of questions for the bride-to-be in a bowl (like “how did you first meet” or “tell us about the proposal” etc), and each has a number on it. Everyone is given a 5×5 bingo card with unique numbers in the grid, and then the bowl is handed around the group. One at a time, someone draws a question, reads the number first (which corresponds to the bingo cards – anyone with that number on their card covers it up) and then asks the question to the bride. The first person to cover 5 numbers in a row on their bingo card wins a prize. Usually everyone wants to finish asking all the questions even after someone has already called “bingo” because it is fun to hear all the answers. It keeps everyone engaged, and gives the bride-to-be a chance to tell some personal stories. It also works well with groups of varying sizes. Pro-tip: Make sure the game prizes are something worth winning, and you’ll have everyone’s attention/participation”

Rules: Instead of filling your bingo sheet with numbers, fill it with characteristics of other party members—that relate to the bride, or the wedding, of course. Guests need to get signatures of people who have those characteristics. They could be anything from “someone who speaks French” when the honeymoon is in Paris, to “the bride’s family member” to “someone who loves corn dogs,” the groom’s favorite food.

Prep: You’ll need to create and print the bingo cards, and do a little research on how to tie things back to the couple. Don’t forget enough pens for everyone to have one!

Pros:This one is pretty easy to explain, since everyone has played some sort of bingo before. And the prep is pretty minimal!

Sonnet scavenger hunt

What is it: We’re a sucker for quests, so thisis one of those bridal showergames that holds a special place in our hearts. Make a custom scavenger hunt, with clues relating to the couple or weddings, all written in verse. (Bonus points if they’re all sonnets.)

Rules: Divide the group into two teams, and give them the first rhyme or clue, which will lead to a spot where they’ll find the next clue, and so on. Whoever gets to the end “prize” (we suggest Ring Pops) wins. For example: perhaps the clue alludes to wedding cakes and where they come from, making references to the bride’s flavor choice. The next clue will be found in the oven.

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Prep: Okay, kind of a lot. You’ll need to write the rhymes and come up with the hiding places and final object, which is a lot of work but will seriously impress the crap out of your guests.

Wedding Crashers

What it is: This is a wedding twist on the game Mafia, which isn’t yet a thing (call me, Hasbro), but I’m making it one now because Mafia is hella fun and I’ll take any excuse to play it. This role play game (read: no prep needed) of deception, mystery, and revelations (!) normally involves a moderator who designates part of the group to be mafiosos and part of the group to be innocents. Instead, we go withThe Betrothed and Wedding Crashers. So clever, we know!

Rules: First, select a moderator. Then, everyone gets their designation as either Wedding Crasher orBetrothed by drawing cards (or straws, or however is easiest) secretly. Everyone closes their eyes. The officiant alerts all the Crashers to identify themselves to each other silently, and to pick aBetrothed’s wedding to crash. Then, everyone opens their eyes and the moderator announces whose wedding has been crashed. Players can then accuse anyone of being a Crasher and a vote is put to the group as whether or not to “throw out” that person. Rounds continue until the Crashers are eliminated or until they take over the party by majority.

Pros: No prep needed for this game, plus suspicion and mystery make for great game play.

Bridal Shower Grog

What it is: This is less a game and more an excuse to get silly and tipsy. Real story: I had a grog-inspired activity at my wedding, and it was great.

Rules: In the military, there is a gag tradition at dinners and events called a grog ceremony, where liquors are ceremoniously added to a punch bowl, with each liquor representing something about the unit or troop (“Red wine for our time in France in World War II!” “Sake for our service in the Pacific Theatre!”) and then everyone toasts with it. It often gets a bit gross—but that’s the fun of it. At ours, the members of our wedding party each added one ingredient to the bowl, and gave a mini speech as to how that ingredient represented love, marriage, or their relationship with us, the couple. While we cheated, using a predetermined punch recipe for our wedding and asking people to make the metaphor work, you could also stick with the hodgepodge juice approach for the bridal shower.

Prep: Ask all the guests at the party to bring a lil something to contribute to the punch bowl, along with an explanation as to how it represents their relationship to the couple. (Note: A very little something, depending on how many guests you have.) Then, everyone toasts the couple! Some ingredient ideas: Champagne, because the bride’s got a bubbly personality. Aperol, because the honeymoon is in Milan. Kombucha, because the couple brews their own. Strawberries, because they’re an aphrodisiac.

Pros: Shared hardships, like drinking from a tub ofunidentifiable booze together, bonds people. Also, who doesn’t like to play with their food (and drink!)? This puts a whole new twist on bridal shower games, for sure.

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Bridal Shower… craft-A-Thon

What it is: It’s not quite a game, but we like to live on the edge… on the edge of a craft store, that is! Tapping into those creative juices with your people is a really fun and relaxing way to spend an afternoon. Bonus points: Guests may end up leaving the event with a little something they shaped from their own two hands. It could be anything from decoupaging teacups with brightly colored tissue paper, to indigo-dying tea towels, to decorating cookies (surprisingly relaxing!!), to making (of course) flower crowns, which I’m always trying to find an excuse to do.

Prep: The best part about craft parties is definitely having all the tools and materials at your fingertips so you’re free to let your creativity blossom—and sip champagne. (No hunting through hodgepodge drawers for your pair of scissors or that damn glitter glue you bought last summer.) Make sure everyone has a base (whether that be a teacup, blank tea towel,cookie, or wire for their flower crown base) and tools (frosting tips, glue, gloves, floral tape), then provide a variety of different crafting options that will ensure each guest’s creation is different—such as many colors of sprinkles or frosting, many shades and patterns of tissue paper, or many types of greens or flowers. You don’t want every guest’s masterpiece to end up looking the same due to limited resources!

Pros: You’re making something together, which is, like,beautiful, guys. Also, it’s fun, and you don’t have to worry about about a) everyone getting bored halfway through, and b) cousin Linda getting into one of her crazy, scary-ass competitive fits during a game. Typical Linda.

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Plus, because the gaming never ends (cue “woooo!”s) here are some ideas we couldn’t resist, culled from our comments section. Because for real, y’all are a good ideas goldmine.

Photo reveal: Do You Get The Groom or Idris Elba?

“One of the really cheesy games we played was to have every guest pick a random envelope. Each envelope had a picture of either a celebrity, royalty, my mom’s dog etc., or of the groom. Whoever got the groom got a small prize. Everyone got a kick out of being able to take home pics of Humphrey Bogart, Idris Elba, or Prince Harry. Easy to set up and really funny.”

Who named the cat fluffernutter?

“We planned just one game—it was that one where you have a bunch of statements and people circle either the bride or groom. We came up goofy questions. For example, who ends up with more food on their face at the end of meal? Who named the cat Fluffernutter?”

not a game, but—scrapbooking!—so, win

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“My favorite shower activity is a scrapbook. I saw it at a friend’s shower, borrowed the idea for a shower I was hosting, and someone from that shower told me she did it at one she hosted! Set up a scrapbook station, with pages (that can be made separately and then inserted into one book), pens, and other scrapbooking things (stickers, washi tape, etc.). Instax cameras are great, because people can take pictures at the shower and include them in the book. But it can really be as simple or complicated as you want! It’s a good way for people who don’t know others or don’t want to socialize to sneak away for a moment, or it can be a fun group activity for all the cousins to make a page together. Plus the bride gets a really nice keepsake!”

Lay it on us. What are your favorite Bridal Shower Games, and what are the actual worst?

FAQs

How many games should be played at a bridal shower? ›

One game is played for every hour invested. With an average battery life of three hours, a bridal shower typically has three games going on at once.

What do you do at bridal showers instead of games? ›

9 Bridal Shower Activities Besides Opening Gifts
  • Create a signature cocktail during the bridal shower. ...
  • Create a sweet memory book for the bride-to-be. ...
  • Play wedding traditions trivia… ...
  • ...or couples trivia. ...
  • Collect date night ideas. ...
  • Take the fun outside. ...
  • Get creative with the invite.
29 Jun 2021

How can I make my bridal shower less boring? ›

  1. Plan Activities. Play classic bridal shower games, make your own flower crowns or decorate cookies—whatever your preferred activity, offer more than just sitting around and chatting. ...
  2. Go Somewhere Unique. You're not obligated to sit on the back patio or stake out your parents' country club. ...
  3. Open Gifts Later. ...
  4. Make It Coed.
6 Mar 2018

Who pays for what at a bridal shower? ›

Often, the maid of honor and her fellow bridesmaids throw the bridal shower and pay for it, and the mother of the bride contributes. With this model, the bridal party pays for the bridal shower for the most part and split the price, but the parents of the bride may contribute some part of the expenses.

What is the apron game? ›

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How long should a bridal shower be? ›

Bridal showers typically last 2-4 hours and are not considered an all-day event. Although, depending on the type of shower you are hosting the time can vary. Most showers will either take place in the morning and serve as a brunch, or in the afternoon served with lunch or finger foods.

How do you play pass the poem? ›

Pass the poem! This fun bridal shower game has you start by choosing someone to read the first line, then pass the poem to the person in the rhyme. Whoever is holding it last wins!

How do you play the ring game at a bridal shower? ›

The Ring Game

In this wedding shower game, each guest starts the party with a ring. Every time one of your guests says one of the designated words, another guest gets the chance to take their ring. The winner is the person with the most rings collected by the end of the party.

Would you rather questions for bridal shower? ›

Wedding questions

Would you rather let your partner plan the wedding on their own or have to do everything yourself DIY with no suppliers to help? Would you rather have a beach wedding or a romantic castle wedding? Would you rather have farty gas on your first date or your wedding night?

How do you play toilet paper on the wedding dress? ›

Give each team four to six rolls of toilet paper and set the clock for 20 minutes. Start the timer and set the teams loose dressing their "bride" in their best toilet paper gown design. When the time is up, have a mini fashion show where each "bride" shows off her team's dress creation.

What are some bridal shower questions? ›

20 Fun Questions to Ask About the Bride
  • What was the bride's first job?
  • When was the bride's first kiss and who was it with?
  • Who was her celebrity crush as a teen?
  • What was her favorite subject at school?
  • What was the name of the bride's first pet?
25 May 2022

Do people open gifts at bridal showers anymore? ›

It's a tradition.

There are still plenty of guests who look forward to seeing the bride's spontaneous reactions to the gifts, as well as see what everyone else brought. If your bridal shower guest list has a number of older guests, they may be upset if you don't open each wrapped present.

Do brides open gifts at bridal shower? ›

As opposed to the actual wedding, it's appropriate to bring shower gifts with you. After all, a portion of the party will likely be dedicated to the bride opening her gifts.

What is the average cost of a bridal shower? ›

According to the consumer information site CostHelper.com, a typical bridal shower costs $15 to $40 per person.

What is a reasonable budget for a bridal shower? ›

If you're going all out with an elaborate bridal shower, you could be talking $40 to $150 or more (gasp!) per person. Even a small, elaborate bridal shower (think 15 guests) could cost between $600 and $2,250—and that's before invitations, decorations and cake.

What does the mother of the bride pay for? ›

Traditionally speaking, though, the bride's family pays for the bulk of the wedding—venue, reception, photographer, flowers, etc. As such, the mother of the bride is typically more 'in charge' of these things (along with the bride, of course) than the mother of the groom is.

What's in the sock bridal shower game? ›

Bridal Shower game: "What's in the sock?" place items that the bride might need on her honeymoon in long socks and number them. Guest can only touch socks with their feet to guess what's in the socks. Person with the most correct answers wins.

How do you play ring hunt? ›

To play this game, hide plastic rings around your bridal shower venue for the guests to find. Guests will look for the rings and try to find and wear as many as possible before the gifts are opened. Whoever finds the most rings wins a prize or bragging rights!

Do bridal showers need favors? ›

While you don't have to give favors at your bridal shower, many hosts choose to do so anyway. That's because the extra details often enhance these celebrations. Small gifts for guests can double as activities or décor items—and even when they don't, they're appreciated as long as they're cool or useful.

Who cuts the cake at a bridal shower? ›

As per tradition, the bride and groom get the first bite of the wedding cake. Whether you serve the cake to each other with a fork or delightfully smash the cake into your faces is your decision. Either way, it's a sweet and sentimental moment that your guests look forward to.

What is the best time of day for a bridal shower? ›

Pick the right time of day.

A bridal shower usually starts between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. and lasts between two and four hours. If the bridal shower theme includes brunch, you'd want to host the event on the earlier side, while an afternoon tea would be on the later side.

What are some good Jeopardy categories? ›

The top-10 categories, in order, are: "Stupid Answers," "Nature," "Hodgepodge," "4-Letter Words," "Common Bonds," "Pop Music," "Potent Potables," "Sports," "Food & Drink," "Fruits & Vegetables."

How do you play musical bouquet? ›

Everyone's favorite childhood party game goes bridal when guests pass a bouquet (made from real flowers or the gift-bow variety) 'round the room in Musical Chairs fashion. Music plays while the bouquet is handed from guest to guest, and the music stops at intermittent points.

How do you play find the guest? ›

Guests are given Find the Guest game cards. They have to find the guests that match the statements on the cards. They will do this by walking around and talking to different guests and asking them the questions. The person that writes down the most names wins.

How do you play who has the groom? ›

Print TRUE groom's image on paper, cut it into 1" circle and paste it onto blank card. Put the round scratch-off stickers on the cards. On the day of the event, just stick the card under the guest's chair or take it out when the guest comes in. Whoever reveal true groom is the winner!

What is the put a ring on it game? ›

- This Bridal Shower Game is simple yet entertaining for all of your guests. Guests should take one ring and wear it. The Rule is they can't say "WEDDING" or "BRIDE", whoever slips up will have to give up their rings. The way to win this ladies' game is to collect the most Bling!

How do you play put a ring on it game? ›

The first way is to give guests a ring and every time someone says a forbidden word, they get their ring taken away. The person that has the most rings at the end wins. The second way to play is to collect as many fruit candy rings as possible.

Do you serve cake at a bridal shower? ›

Like weddings, bridal showers often include cake. But because they're not weddings, don't feel the need to offer something big day-ready, like a traditional white confection. If you do want to slice into a cake, play with creative colors and flavors to fit the vibe of your celebration.

What is the cheapest food to serve at a party? ›

Here are some simple party food ideas on a budget:
  • Soup.
  • Loose meat sandwiches.
  • Baked potatoes.
  • Pasta.
  • Tacos.
  • Make-your-own-pizzas.
  • Cheese and crackers.
  • Vegetables and dip.
6 Aug 2019

How far in advance should bridal shower invitations be sent? ›

When should I send bridal shower invitations? Bridal shower invitations should go out between six and eight weeks before the event, depending on how many out-of-towners are on the list. Make sure guests RSVP to one person (the maid of honor, for example) to keep numbers organized.

What is supposed to happen at a bridal shower? ›

It's a pre-wedding party to gather the bride's closest family members and friends for an afternoon in her honor. Guests will enjoy food and drink together, bring gifts, play games, and socialize before she ties the knot.

How long should a bridal shower be? ›

Bridal showers typically last 2-4 hours and are not considered an all-day event. Although, depending on the type of shower you are hosting the time can vary. Most showers will either take place in the morning and serve as a brunch, or in the afternoon served with lunch or finger foods.

What's the best time for a bridal shower? ›

One month to three months before you get married is the sweet spot for bridal shower timing. That's because it's a little unfair to wedding guests to stretch out marriage celebrations in your honor for more than a few months (besides the engagement party).

What is the difference between a wedding shower and a bridal shower? ›

The difference is pretty simple, where the bridal shower is designed for just you and the girls, the wedding shower is a co-ed party where the bride and groom both get showered with gifts and love. If you're a bride who likes to party and celebrate, then a wedding shower and bridal shower!

Who typically hosts a bridal shower? ›

The bridal shower is usually hosted by the maid of honor, close friends, bridal attendants, or bridesmaids. No matter who is hosting, be sure to communicate clearly to make sure you aren't planning two separate showers.

Does the mother of the bride plan the bridal shower? ›

Traditionally, the mother of the bride doesn't host the bridal shower (the maid of honor typically assumes the chief shower-planning role), however, your daughter will likely want you to be a part of the celebration.

Do bridal showers need favors? ›

While you don't have to give favors at your bridal shower, many hosts choose to do so anyway. That's because the extra details often enhance these celebrations. Small gifts for guests can double as activities or décor items—and even when they don't, they're appreciated as long as they're cool or useful.

Who cuts the cake at a bridal shower? ›

As per tradition, the bride and groom get the first bite of the wedding cake. Whether you serve the cake to each other with a fork or delightfully smash the cake into your faces is your decision. Either way, it's a sweet and sentimental moment that your guests look forward to.

How do you host a cheap bridal shower? ›

Tips for a budget-friendly bridal shower
  1. Host at home. ...
  2. Work with a co-host. ...
  3. Send online invitations. ...
  4. Keep the guest list small. ...
  5. Get creative with decor. ...
  6. Keep the appetizers simple. ...
  7. Organize a potluck. ...
  8. Plan games for entertainment.
19 Apr 2022

Do you eat or open gifts first at a bridal shower? ›

You'll spend the first part of the shower eating, drinking and mingling with your guests. The main event—opening gifts—usually takes place during coffee and dessert. You'll take a seat in front of the crowd and your bridesmaids (or other trustworthy volunteers) will hand you gifts to open.

Do brides open gifts at bridal shower? ›

As opposed to the actual wedding, it's appropriate to bring shower gifts with you. After all, a portion of the party will likely be dedicated to the bride opening her gifts.

Do you serve cake at a bridal shower? ›

Like weddings, bridal showers often include cake. But because they're not weddings, don't feel the need to offer something big day-ready, like a traditional white confection. If you do want to slice into a cake, play with creative colors and flavors to fit the vibe of your celebration.

What is the cheapest food to serve at a party? ›

Here are some simple party food ideas on a budget:
  • Soup.
  • Loose meat sandwiches.
  • Baked potatoes.
  • Pasta.
  • Tacos.
  • Make-your-own-pizzas.
  • Cheese and crackers.
  • Vegetables and dip.
6 Aug 2019

How far in advance should bridal shower invitations be sent? ›

When should I send bridal shower invitations? Bridal shower invitations should go out between six and eight weeks before the event, depending on how many out-of-towners are on the list. Make sure guests RSVP to one person (the maid of honor, for example) to keep numbers organized.

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