When you’re planning a bridal
shower, make sure to have some bridal shower games questions that
are sure to be a hit with your guests.
Let’s Break The Ice
Let’s Break The Ice is a perfect game to get all the guests
acquainted with one another. Coworkers and colleagues are usually
invited but do not know the bride’s family and personal friends.
Put them at ease with this game.
How Guests Met The Bride
To play this game, guests will need to bring along a small, inexpensive
gift that represents how, when and where they first met the bride.
For instance, a school friend may bring along a skipping rope to
represent the playground where they met. Each guest will place her
item in a vase at the door, which the bride will then pick out each
item and try to figure out who brought the gift. By the time the
vase is empty, lots of personal stories will have been narrated
about every guest and how their lives are related.
Another great bridal shower games questions idea can easily be turned
into a potluck party. This game is a variation of the “How
the guests met the bride” game but instead of gifts, guests
bring food that represents her relationship with the bride. For
example, a grade school friend can bring tiny peanut butter and
jelly sandwiches that will be reminiscent of the many days spent
in the school cafeteria munching on sandwiches.
Choosing Something Blue
Brides often try to stick with the traditional “something
blue” idea for their wedding, which leaves them to wonder
what they can use. Guests can assist the bride by bringing blue
items for her to use. These items can vary but can include jellybeans
or blue nail polish. Place all items in a bag or bowl.
Have guests sit in a circle with a blindfold on and have them guess
what item is what by feeling. Once through, have guests write down
the names of the items that have been guessed. The guest who has
the maximum number of correct guesses wins a prize; the blue items
can be kept by the bride or be given away as gifts.
Bingo! You Got A Gift
Make sure to have some blank bingo cards on hand for the guests;
you can either use ready-made versions or make your own cards on
a blank sheet of paper. Every guest will need to write the names
of the gifts that they think the bride will receive. As gifts are
opened, the items are crossed out. The first guest to get an entire
row of crossed out items (horizontally, vertically or diagonally)
gets a prize.
20 Bubble Gum Questions
You can be sure that people will want to know how the couple met
and other mushy details. A week before the event, have the groom
answer a list of questions. Put the answers and the questions on
sheets of paper and put them in a bowl. When the bride picks up
a gift to open, the guest gets to pick a question from the bowl.
The bride has to answer the question before opening her gift. If
she gets the answer right, she can open the gift. However, if she
gets it wrong, she will have to put a bubble gum in her mouth before
opening the gift. The more wrong answers she gets, the fuller her
mouth is going to be.