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15 The Most Popular Bachelor Party Games In 2018

By Valeriya Istomina on Dec 06, 2018 02:25 am

Planning a bachelor party and looking for some fun and exciting bachelor party games?

Party games are one way to keep the party going, no matter what the crowd. Whether you are planning a night out for a drinking crowd or a low-key event, there are dozens of entertaining party games to keep the party going.

As the best man, it is the duty of yourself and the groomsmen to plan the bachelor party. This is an evening to honor the bachelor’s last days as a single man. Planning the bachelor party does not fall under the tasks for the groom, therefore, it should be a surprise.

However, you do not want to go against the groom’s wishes. It is okay to discuss certain details with the groom to ensure that you are keeping it within his expectations.

If you are looking for games and other bachelor party ideas, you have come to the right place. Following is a selection of some of the most popular games for the perfect bachelor party for any crowd.

Bachelor Party Drinking Games

If you have more of a wild crowd, you will want to plan some bachelor party drinking games. Remember to stick with the wishes of the groom. If he is a drinker and approves of drinking games, then you have to go-ahead to include alcohol and drinking games in the bachelor party plans.

Following are some suggestions of the most popular drinking games for bachelor parties.

  1. Drunken Jenga

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Everyone has most certainly played Jenga before, if not Drunken Jenga. All you need is the Jenga board game consisting of wooden blocks. And alcohol, of course!

You can play in teams or groups of 2-4 people. Or if you have a rather large group of people you can have more than one game going on at the same time, provided you have multiple Jenga games.

You would build the Jenga tower as you would normally do when playing this timeless classic board game. Then each player would take a turn to remove one of the wooden blocks and replacing it on top without knocking down the tower. If the tower falls, the person who removed the block that knocks it over is the “loser.”

In Drunken Jenga, the “loser” gets to drink the “trash can punch.” Basically, you put out a large glass and everyone in the party adds a shot or two of their beverage to the “communal” glass. You might end up with an interesting combination of Jack Daniels, beer and vodka! The “loser” of each round will then have to chug the entire glass of “trash can punch.”.

  1. Shot Roulette

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All you need for this drinking game is a roulette wheel and multiple shot glasses. You would fill each shot glass with a different type of booze (ie: whiskey, rum, gin and so forth). You then place the shot glasses on the roulette wheel. Each guest at the bachelor party will then pick a number. If the roulette wheel lands on their number they must drink the shot that corresponds with that number.

  1. Loaded Kings

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For this popular drinking game, you will need the deck of cards with the same name. And lots and lots of booze! Similar to the rules for Drunken Jenga, every player will pour some of their drink into a glass located in the center of the table.

You would then follow the directions per each card drawn. For example

  1. King: pour your drink into the drink in the center
  2. Heaven: everyone points to the sky, last person to do so drinks
  3. Mate: Choose a person with whom to do a shot. (and so forth)
  4. 4th King drawn: Player must drink the center drink thus ending the round.

If the weather cooperates you can also play outdoor bachelor party games such as cornhole or pub golf.

Bar Hopping Games

Bar hopping, or a pub crawl, is a classic way to celebrate a bachelor party. You can travel to each bar as a group, or break into teams. Remember not to do anything illegal (unless you have bail money) and to drink responsibly, so no one ends up injured.

  1. Drunken Scavenger Hunt

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Scavenger Hunts are always a popular game for both bachelor and bachelorette parties. And a pub crawl makes them even more fun. You would break into teams for anywhere from 2-6 people. Each team would have to find the items listed on the scavenger hunt. Or perform a task included in the hunt. Some examples are as follows:

  1. See which group can get the most women’s phone numbers.
  2. Collect souvenirs from each bar (ie: Business card, napkin, shot glass)
  3. Get a stranger to buy a drink for the groom.
  4. Take a photo with a local celebrity
  5. Mirror shot of your team inside the women’s restroom
  6. Make a Rule

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This game involves the entire bachelor party and is one of the most fun bar hopping games. Every 20 minutes, another person gets to make a new rule that every member of the party must follow. You have to remember all the rules and if you break one, you must chug the remainder of your drink or due to a shot. Here are some examples to get you started.

  1. Speak in a different accent at each pub.
  2. Do not look at your cell phone.
  3. Do not spend more than 20 bucks at each bar.
  4. No one is allowed to swear
  5. You are not allowed to address anyone by their first name.
  6. Legged Pub Crawl

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For this game, you must pair off with someone else and tie your legs together, similar to a 3-legged race. This person is your partner for the remainder of the evening.

Everyone starts at the same bar. Each team must drink 2 drinks (one per person) or shots and then head to the next stop on the bar crawl. The team that finishes their last drank at the last bar first is the winner.

Funny Games To Play On A Party Bus

If you want to make sure that no one drinks and drives, you can rent a bachelor bus. This is also a good way to keep an eye on everyone and to keep everyone engaged in the festivities. Of course, you will want to plan some games to play on a party bus to keep everyone entertained on the way to your destination.

  1. I Spy

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This may sound like a child’s game but when you get a bunch of grown men together, especially if they have been drinking, I Spy can be a fun adult game as well. You can basically come up with a list of things to spot while on the drive. For example:

  1. Another party bus or limo
  2. Out-of-state license plate
  3. Student driver
  4. Food delivery service
  5. Spot a place where the bride and groom have gone on a date
  6. Name that Tune

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A great playlist is a must for a party bus! You can make it even more fun by making it a musical challenge. Pick a list of songs from various music genres and play a rowdy game of “Name that Tune.”

  1. I Never

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This is another drinking game that you may remember from your younger years. Each person takes a turn with an “I Never” statement (ie: I have never gone skinny dipping) and everyone who has done that statement, must take a drink. If no one drinks, then the person who made the statement must drink.

Bachelor Party Games At Home For Any Crowd

Not every bachelor party involves bar hopping or going out on the town. If the groom prefers a party at home, you can still plan fun bachelor party games. You can do modified non-drinking variations of the aforementioned games or find other games that are appropriate for all ages and walks of life.

Here are some suggestions for bachelor party games at home:

  1. Bachelor Bingo

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Bachelor Bingo is always a fun game and can be played with any crowd. You can easily find printable bingo cards online that are suitable for a bachelor party or make your own. You would need the pre-made, a list of questions and bingo chips. You would then compose a list of questions about the bachelor of which the answers are on the bingo cards. You read each question and then the guests mark the spot with the appropriate answer. Whoever gets BINGO first is the winner!

  1. Cards Against Humanity

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Everyone loves this popular card game! You can purchase this game online. The cards are dealt per the instructions on the game. The first player asks a question using one of their black cards and each player must then submit one of their white cards as an answer. The players who asked the question then gets to choose the answer they like best. They then give the person who submitted the best answer the black card. Whoever has the most black cards at the end of the game wins. This game is very engaging and can go on for hours!

  1. Charades

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Who doesn’t love a good game of charades? All you need is a basket with the categories for the charades. You can play in teams or have each person take a turn. They must then act out the suggestion on the card without speaking. Whoever guesses correctly wins and then goes next! You can act out song titles, book titles, movie titles, quotes and so on!

Keep in mind that these games are also good ideas for engagement party games.

Best Bachelor Party Games Without Alcohol

Remember, you are planning the bachelor party games for the groom, so the groom does not drink, you need to find some games that do not involve drinking. This does not mean you can not have fun! There are plenty of entertaining games that you can play that do not include drinking.

Here are some fun bachelor party games without alcohol:

  1. Never Again

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In this game, each player will use scraps of paper to write things that the groom will no longer be able to do once he is wed. Then someone has to read them aloud and the groom has to guess who wrote which item. Some suggestions are:

  • Never again will you be able to leave the toilet seat up
  • Never again shall you go to a strip club
  • And so forth.
  1. Scavenger Hunt

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You do not have to drink to have a fun scavenger hunt. You can make a list of items that are more wholesome than you would for a party that included drinking. Here are some suggestions:

  • A menu from the restaurant where the happy couple went on their first date
  • Trivia questions about the bride and groom
  • Photo from the place where the groom proposed
  1. Bachelor Jeopardy

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Bachelor Jeopardy is always a fun game. Similar to bachelor bingo, you would comprise a series of questions about the bachelor. But instead of asking the group the questions, you would write the answers on a board similar to the popular game show Jeopardy under various categories. You would then call on a guest to pick a category, and they would then have to come up the correct question that corresponds with that answer. This is a great way to see how well everyone knows the groom. The female version of this game is one of the most popular bachelorette party games as well.

We hope you have found some great ideas for bachelor party games from our list! Good luck planning the bachelor party and have a fun (and safe) evening!

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Trendy Wedding Colors 2019

By Yevheniia Morozova on Dec 05, 2018 04:56 pm

If you trying to decide on the wedding color, this article is for you. Do you want playful and fun? Or intimate and elegance? In wedding colors 2019 inspirational gallery you will find trendy color ideas and choose the one that fits the mood you want to set.

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Most-Banned Wedding Songs List In 2018

By Valeriya Istomina on Dec 05, 2018 07:58 am

Wedding receptions are a celebration that you will want to remember always. So, of course, you want your choice of music to be memorable as well. Many couples make the mistakes of playing the same tried songs at their reception. It is best to avoid songs that are on the banned list of songs to ensure that your wedding reception is not cliche.

Wedding receptions are happy times that are to be shared with friends, family, and loved ones. There will be guests of all ages, religious beliefs and backgrounds attending your wedding. It is important to keep this in mind when planning your list of songs for your wedding.

Before meeting with the DJ or band, your fiance and yourself should sit down and go over the list of songs that you would like played at the reception. This way you can avoid any problems and keep your guests happy.

To keep everyone happy, we have pursued the worst wedding reception songs to give you the following list of 40 of the most banned wedding songs. Be sure to give your DJ, MC or band this list before the reception.

The Worst Wedding Songs Of All Time

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Face it, there are some wedding songs out there that are just horrid. Songs such as the one’s list below are among the worst wedding songs of all time. Thus, you should avoid playing them.

Don’t worry about pleasing your guests when you are planning your wedding reception song list. It is your wedding and your reception so you want to play songs that are meaningful to you.

Keeping this in mind, you also need to remember that there may be children present so you do not want to offend anyone with dirty lyrics. You want everyone to have a good time to try to avoid annoying wedding songs that are overused and have been played at every wedding since the dawn of time.

The following list is some of the worst wedding songs of all time:

  1. YMCA – The Village People

  2. Marcia Griffiths – Electric Boogie (Electric Slide)

  3. Isley Brothers – Shout

  4. The B-52’s – Love Shack

  5. Silentó – Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)

  6. Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass

  7. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe

  8. Justin Timberlake – SexyBack

  9. Wang Chung – Everybody Have Fun Tonight

  10. John Legend – All of Me

Cliche Wedding Songs Everyone Knows

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Certain wedding songs are just plain cliche. You have heard them at every single wedding you have attended for as long as you can remember. And they’re a bit cheesy if you really admit it.

For example, “The Way You Look Tonight” is a tried and true first dance song. It is a wonderful song, but it is so overplayed that it has become a cliche. You want to choose a song for your first dance with your spouse to be one that has special meaning for you. Avoid songs that every couple has danced to for their first song for ages and ages.

According to the most recent list by The FiveThirtyEight, all the songs on this page are inappropriate to be played at weddings. This does not mean that they are horrible songs in general. It just means that are not appropriate for the audience at a wedding reception.

This is a list of some of the most cliche wedding songs of all time:

  1. Chicken Dance

  2. Hokey Pokey

  3. Celebration – Kool & The Gang

  4. ABBA – Dancing Queen

  5. Sister Sledge – We Are Family

  6. Rednex – Cotton Eye Joe

  7. Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline

  8. Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama

  9. Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive

  10. Chubby Checker – Limbo Rock

Banned List Of Songs With Unromantic Lyrics

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Most importantly you want to avoid songs that have inappropriate or not romantic lyrics. While these songs have a time and a place, they should not be played at weddings.

The father-daughter dance should be a special moment that celebrates the bond between the bride and her father. This also goes for the mother-son dance. Therefore, you do not want to choose a song that has cursing or vulgar language.

Keep in mind that people of all backgrounds, ages, and religious denominations will be present during your wedding reception. So you will not want to play songs that will offend or embarrass anyone.

Following are some of the top banned songs with inappropriate, dirty, vulgar, offensive or unromantic songs to avoid at your wedding reception.

  1. Nelly – Hot in Herre

  2. Sir Mix-A-Lot 2.2 – Baby Got Back

  3. Blackstreet – Booty Call

  4. Big & Rich – Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)

  5. DJ Snake, Lil Jon – Turn Down for What

  6. Lil Jon – Get Low

  7. AC/DC – You Shook Me All Night Long

  8. Black-Eyed Peas – My Humps

  9. Aerosmith – Dude Looks Like a Lady

  10. Shaggy – It Wasn’t Me

Remember to include these songs on your “do not play wedding song” list to give the band or DJ when planning the music for your wedding reception.

Instead, you can choose from a list of the newest wedding songs that have wholesome, meaningful and romantic lyrics to play at your wedding reception. This way everyone will enjoy themselves.

Overplayed Wedding Songs From Top Lists

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There are certain songs that are overplayed, both at weddings and elsewhere. This includes Top 40, country songs, pop songs and even oldies such as “My Girl” by the Temptations. Again, we are not saying that any of the songs on this list are horrible songs. We are simply stating that they should not be played during your wedding reception.

If you are an adult, the last thing you want is Taylor Swift or Justin Bieber Wedding Songs playing at your wedding reception. You want music that is romantic, meaningful and special. You and your spouse will want to remember this day forever as will your guests.

Following is a list of the 10 most overplayed wedding songs to give you an idea as to what to ban at your wedding reception.

  1. DJ Casper – Cha-Cha Slide

  2. Los Del Rio – Macarena

  3. Cupid – Cupid Shuffle

  4. Beyoncé – Single Ladies

  5. Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl

  6. Bee Gees – Stayin’ Alive

  7. Outkast – Hey Ya!

  8. Gloria Estefan – Conga!

  9. Whitney Houston – I Will Always Love You

  10. Trace Adkins – Honky Tonk Badonkadonk

We hope that you will take his banned list of songs into consideration when planning your wedding reception. There are hundreds of beautiful songs out there. You will be sure to find enough songs to fill your wedding reception playlist.

For a list of appropriate wedding reception songs, feel free to check out other articles on We can help you create a playlist for your wedding reception including first dance, father-daughter, and mother-song wedding songs.

As well, we can give you advice on anything from creating a realistic wedding budget to composing your wedding vows.

Now start planning your wedding reception and make it an affair to remember!

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