| Very-Prepared Games On Paper
Are you an overly-ambitious maid of honor? Got some free time? Grab a pen and a piece of paper and whip up some fun. These games will take some time to create, but they will be tons of fun at your bachelorette party or bridal shower.|
How Well Does The Bride Know The Groom?
Ask the groom 20 or so questions about himself. Ask the groom about his favorite color, music group, and book, ask him what his first petís name was, and ask him how old he was when he had his first kiss. Be creative! Test the bride-to-beís knowledge. At the shower, ask all of your guests how well they think the bride knows her groom. Have them write down how many of the answers they think she will get right. Then let the bride answer. You can give a prize to whoever was closest on guessing the number the bride-to-be answered correctly.
How Well Does The Bride Know... Gum!?
Write individual questions/answers to trivia about the groom on pieces of paper. Have guests take turns asking the bride-to-be the questions. Every time she gets one wrong she has to put a piece of bubble gum (no sticks!) in her mouth. It is pretty funny when she tries answering the last questions with a mouthful of gum and saliva!
How Well Do You Know The Bride?
Have preprinted paper with different questions about the bride-to-be written on it, like: What is the bride-to-beís favorite color? What does the bride-to-be plan to name her first child? What size does she wear? Pass the paper out to the guests and set a time limit for them to complete the answers. Who ever gets the most answers correct is the winner.
Famous TV Couples
Write down the last names of at least 20 famous TV couples, and your friends and family have to put in the correct first names. Give only about 5 minutes to guess the names, then read the first names and the TV show that they were from. What a fun game to play! Whoever gets the most right wins the game.
Make a list of several words associated with weddings (i.e. marriage, husband, wife, bridesmaid, groom, bride, honeymoon) and then scramble them. Give the guests 2-3 minutes to try to figure them out. The guest that figures out the most correctly wins the
The Purse Game
Beforehand, create a list of items that any women would have in her purse, such as lip
stick, cell phone, pens, tampons, pictures of her family, etc. Assign a point value to each item. The girl with the most points wins the game.