Not a fan of bridal shower games that make your 12 year old sister’s eyes get big?
Here is a list of 9 entertaining bridal shower games that are safe to play with all ages!
Display 5 baby photos of the bride and 5 baby photos of the groom. Give your guests a piece of paper and a pencil and have them vote/guess who is in the photos. Have them “grade” their own papers. Winner gets a gift.
This gets really fun when you play it like bingo.
(Answers: 1. New Moon; 2. Notting Hill; 3. City of Angels; 4. The Notebook; 5. Dirty Dancing; 6. Say Anything; 7. Jerry Maguire)
LOVE SONGS – WHO SANG IT
Every guest gets a paper… Play 12 songs from your phone and they have to write down who sang it.
Here is my list of songs so you don’t have to make one…
- I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston
- My Girl by The Temptations
- I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
- Love Story by Taylor Swift
- You’re Still The One by Shania Twain
- We Found Love by Rihanna and Calvin Harris
- Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis
- I Wanna Know What Love Is by Foreigner
- Cheerleader by OMI
- Make You Feel My Love by Adele
- Bless The Broken Road by Rascal Flatts
- Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye
- BONUS – The Power of Love by Celine Dion
Print out the 50 wedding related phrases below. Cut them up, stick them in a jar and pass them around. A guest pulls a word out of the jar and has to describe the word without saying anything on the paper. (Ex: if the phrase is “bridal shower” the person can’t describe it by saying “shower” or “bridal”.) Once the phrase is guessed, it’s the next person’s turn.
- Bride & groom
- Walk down the aisle
- From this day forward
- Wedding bells
- Husband and wife
- To have and to hold
- Something blue
- Love at first sight
- First dance
- In sickness and in health
- Wedding cake
- Just married
- Happily ever after
- Taking the plunge
- First kiss
- From this moment
- Here comes the bride
- Going to the chapel
- Maid of honor
- Best man
- Flower girls
- Ring bearer
- Toss the bouquet
- Cutting the cake
- Wedding party
- Garter belt
- Wedding toast
- Father of the bride
- Mother of the groom
- Wedding vows
- Honeymoon suite
- Bachelor party
- Bridal shower
- Always a bridesmaid, never a bride
- Flower girl
- Pop the question
- Marriage certificate
- The big day
- Tie the knot
FAVORITE MEMORY OF US
Guests write their favorite memories on these cards. The bride reads them and has to guess which guest wrote which memory. This is a fun keepsake for the bride!
SCRAMBLED LOVE SONGS
Print this love song poster and have all the guests write down the answers on a paper.
Answers 1. Love Story (Taylor Swift) 2. Lady in Red (Chris de Burgh) 3. Falling Slowly (Glen Hansard + Marketa Irglova) 4. Wind Beneath My Wings (Bette Midler) 5. Iris (Goo Goo Dolls) 6. All My Life (KC & JoJo) 7. Everything I Do (Bryan Adams) 8. Love Rollercoaster (Ohio Players) 9. Crazy in Love (Beyonce) 10. Bleeding Love (Leona Lewis) 11. I Will Always Love You (Dolly Parton) 12. Fix You (Coldplay) 13. Endless Love (Diana Ross & Lionel Ritchie) 14. Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers) 15. Your Song (Elton John) 16. Annie’s Song (John Denver) 17. My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion) 18. You’re Still the One (Shania Twain) 19. When You Say Nothing At All (Keith Whitley) 20. I’ll Stand By You (The Pretenders)
VOW MAD LIBS
Ask the guests for words and fill in this mad lib letter to the bride! Have the bride’s maid of honor read it out loud to everyone!
“We are [adjective] for [bride’s name] and [groom’s name]. The are the most [adjective] [plural noun] and we wish them nothing less than [adjective] [noun] for the rest of their lives together. My best advice? Don’t forget to [advice] before you [verb] and [advice] after the [noun]. We wish you [number] years of happiness and [adjective] [noun]!! Just a reminder, the secret to marital bliss is to always [verb] [adjective]! Love you, [your name].”
A CUSTOMIZED POEM
Get a pen and a blank sheet of paper. Starting on one side of the room, as a guest to write one line of a romantic poem dedicated to the bride and groom. Then, fold the paper down so that the next guest can’t see what is written. The next guest also writes a line…it continues this way until the paper gets all the way around the room!
You will end up with a disjointed, hilariously un-rhymed poem for the couple! Read it in your most theatrical voice!
TELEPHONE WEDDING TOAST
This is a twist on the classic telephone game! Have the first guest whisper a well wish that they have for the bride to the next guest (something like “I hope you both eat a lot of chocolate every day”). As each guest whispers it to the next guest the phrase will change and you will end up with something so silly!