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20 Most Popular Bachelorette Party Games In 2018

By Emily Gauthier on Aug 25, 2018 08:00 am

Bachelorette party doesn’t go without best girlfriends, gossips about ex-boyfriends and delicious treats. However, if there is no burst of laughter and fun bachelorette party games, the event may turn into casual girls gathering.

For this special reason, we have outlined 20 amazing ideas for every party. Bachelorette party board games, bachelorette party card games, naughty games to play at a bachelorette party – we have them all. It’s gonna be a night to remember!

Check the post and let the game begin!

Printable Bachelorette Party Games

Printable bachelorette party games are one of the all-time favorites among other bachelorette party game ideas. You don’t need much to play these games as you can simply print them and pass around to guests. It costs little or nothing because you already have most of what you need.

Printable games are great for a bachelorette party at home. They can have inside and outside versions. Enjoy our free printable bachelorette party games, which include bridal versions of such popular fun party games as Scavenger hunt, Balderdash, Scramble and Bingo.

  1. Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt (free templates)

Number of players: 3-10+ Large groups can be divided into smaller teams to compete against each other.

Time needed: from 30 minutes to 2 hours

The gist:

The basic idea of a classy bachelorette scavenger hunt is to do all the tasks from the list within a deadline. And – if you decide to compete in teams, you will need a proof, so taking pics or short videos is a great idea! The game can be r-rated or clean, it all depends on your imagination and the players involved. Both inside and outside versions are possible.

What to prep:

  1. List of challenges for every group or player. You need to prepare a list of challenges for every group or player, depending on the number of guests. You may include different tasks, like finding a random couple who has been together for at least 40 years. Or you might get a stranger to perform their idea of the perfect song for the bride’s first dance, and lots more. The tasks depend on your imagination and the age of participants. Keep it clean for a mixed group, including younger relatives and elderly members of family. Play it r-rated for your best girls.
  2. The players are going to need a camera to record their progress.
  3. Device to set the timer.

How to play:

Step 1. Divide the group into teams and hand them a list of challenges. Make sure they have cameras to record their progress and timers to check the time left. They are to do the challenges and collect evidence.

Step 2. Set a time and place where the teams will meet after the allotted time is exhausted.

Step 3. The team that completes more tasks wins. Group that does not complete their list within the deadline buys a round of drinks for the winning team.

There are 3 variations of a bachelorette scavenger hunt fun party games: a photo hunt, an outdoor hunt, and a scramble hunt. Choose your favorite!

Photo Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt (clean)

This game has both clean/r-rated variations and includes taking pictures of the challenges. These might include selfies with objects or people, and taking pictures of memorable objects, that remind the gang of the times they spent together.

A list of bachelorette party scavenger hunt questions for every group  may include such tasks, as:

  • Find a random guy to snap and post a picture of you on his Facebook page, with a crazy caption.
  • Convince a random guy to show you a tattoo on a concealed place on his body.
  • Get a guy who can sing the last two lines of an Ed Sheeran song quite well and upload it on Instagram. etc

Quick Outdoor Scavenger Hunt (clean)

This outdoor bridal shower game is best played on rural locations, especially in the woods. As this is an outdoor game for everyone, include only clean bachelorette party ideas. A found item is one point and the person or group with the highest points wins.

In 30 minutes, the hunters are to present photographs or bring back any of the items mentioned.

Bridal Scramble Scavenger Hunt (clean)

This is an indoor clean bridal version of popular scramble games – it combines word forming and scavenger hunt!

Using the phrase “bridal shower scavenger hunt,” fill the list with new words created out of them. For any new word formed, the item must be found. i.e., formed the word “vase”. Go find and bring a vase.

  1. Bachelorette Balderdash (r-rated)

Number of players: 3-10+

Time needed: 20-30 minutes

The gist:

This is one of naughty indoor bachelorette party question games. The bachelorette balderdash has 10 rounds of questions. The questions might be about the bride, or the groom, or a couple as a whole. As a bachelorette party guests are traditionally the bride’s best girls, r-rated questions are allowed.

As a rule, you don’t have to be the one who knows the couple best of all. It is enough to be good at giving silly, spontaneous answers or making up weird words.

What to prep:

  1. Bridal balderdash questions. Get creative, prepare questions to ask about the bride. As an extra activity ask the groom about the bride for a bachelorette party and collect his answers.
  2. Sheets of paper to write on, pens or pencils for every player.
  3. Glass bowl or a hat to put the answers into.
  4. Strong alcohol (is optional, but it makes the game a bit more interesting).

How to play:

Step 1. The moderator hands out pieces of paper and reads a question about the bride. Everybody writes their answers on a piece of paper, except the bride.

Step 2. All the papers are collected and put in a bowl, after which the bride gives the correct answer to each question.

Step 3. The person with the most correct answers wins and gets a prize. The person with the least correct or silliest answers drinks shots of tequila from every guest present. If you got the groom’s answers you might add extra points for the guest who guessed the groom’s answers right.

  1. Bachelorette Questions (clean)

Number of players: 2

Time needed: 20-30 minutes to answer the questions (the groom answers in advance)

The gist:

Bachelorette questions is a clean indoor drinking game for the bride. If you’ve seen the TV show called Mr and Mrs, you probably know what it is all about. The happy couple has to answer questions about each other to prove they know everything about each other.

As this bridal shower game is centered on how well the bride and the groom know each other, the number of players is only two: the bride and the groom themselves. This is the only game that doesn’t require previous discussion with the bride, as it will spoil a surprise for her.

What to prep:

  1. Prepare the questions. It is better to vary the mode of the game from romantic to business-like facts and dates, and don’t forget a couple of funny questions! As there are only two players, the answers should be entertaining for the rest of the guests.
  2. Get two copies of the questionnaire: one for the groom and one for the bride. Make sure the groom answers the questions in advance! Keep in mind that it might take time to get his answers, so this kind of bachelorette party games for bride need some careful planning in advance. On the night of the hen party, you should have the groom’s answers and some beer for the bride.

How to play:

Step 1. The questionnaire is given to the groom well before the bachelorette party to answer all the questions.

Step 2. Ask him to keep this information secret from the bride. It is important not to spoil a surprise!

Step 3. Each correct answer will get her one point, and each wrong answer will cost a pint of beer.
Be careful with this drinking game! After all, it is the bride getting drunk! Also, try to avoid very personal questions, as the questions or the answer might make the bride feel bad or insulted.

  1. Bachelorette Naughty Mind Word Scramble (r-rated)

Number of players: 4-12+

Time needed: 20-30 minutes

The gist:

Scramble games don’t require careful preparations, and they can be clean or r-rated, depending on the task. We offer to liven things up with a r-rated version. Naughty mind version of a bachelorette scramble is among the most popular r-rated bachelorette party games ideas. This is a printable naughty mind game with suggestive provocative phrases. All you need to do is complete the puzzle and unscramble answers!

What to prep:

  1. Cards containing naughty puzzle-like questions with scrambled words. The correct answers can be found at the bottom of the card, or simply announced by the host when the time limit will be over.
  2. Paper to write down all the answers.
  3. A pen to mark their choices.

How to play:

Step 1. The players should rearrange the scrambled words. If the card has the answers at the bottom it is very important not to look at them while the guests are still answering.

Step 2. Set the timer and make them mark their choices.

Step 3. After target time expires, allow everyone to scroll to the bottom of the card and compare the correct answers with yours. The person with the most correct answers wins.

  1. Free Printable Bachelorette Bingo

Number of players: 4-12+

Time needed: 30-50 minutes

The gist:

This game is played like normal Bingo, but you can replace the word “Bingo” with the word “Bride”. Players only need to complete a single horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line to win the game.

Each square can contain a number, or, each square can contain facts about the bride and groom. In both cases, the host shouts the numbers or facts until a player wins!

What to prep:

  1. Bingo cards. Making the cards is ridiculously simple, just print out the free templates! Once printed, randomly fill out the squares with numbers of the questions or facts of your choosing.
  2. Print a second set of facts and numbers for the host to draw from a hat and read out loud as the game moves along.
  3. Ornamental markers, stamps, stickers.

How to play:

Step 1. Give a card to each and every guest.

Step 2. Start calling out the questions.

As long as you get the questions right, your whole party will have a great time with this game. Inside jokes and the questions about the bride and the groom make it more personal. Either way, It gets your guests talking, and who doesn’t love to scream “Bingo!”? (For more ideas of bridal-related bingo check out our Bridal Shower Bingo.)

Check Our Related Posts For Your Inspiration:

Best 5 Bridal Shower Bingo Ideas

3 Fun Wedding Mad Libs Ideas For A Good Party

Drinking Bachelorette Party Games

Drinking games are strictly adult only. These are bachelorette party games for the gang on a night out – they require next to no preparation, but all of them include alcohol.

Drinks are the fuel of the party, it keeps it going at full speed. A Lie detector, Drunk Jenga, Never have I ever and other bachelorette bar games will lit up your hen party, so don’t forget to put them on a to-do list in your bachelorette party planning guide!

  1. Lie Detector

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Number of players: two at once

Time needed: 30-40 minutes (depends on the number of question)

The gist:

Like a real lie detector test, this indoor game dares a bachelorette to answer rather private and embarrassing questions.. The game can have multiple levels of difficulty, depending on how well the players know each other.

The bachelorette’s opponent uses her intuition to figure out which of the answers is the truth. Depending on the participants, the game can be clean or r-rated.

What to prep:

  1. The rules of the game are such, that it doesn’t require any specific preparation, but it is better to have some questions prepared in advance before the game begins. It might be very difficult to think of any provocative questions on spot, and unless everyone is already a bit tipsy the game wouldn’t go so well.
  2. One of the preparation points would be making sure that everyone has enough bottles of alcohol.

How to play:

Step 1. Two bachelorettes step forward to face each other, one on either side of the “lie line”. Their task is to ask each other daring questions and guess if their opponent’s answers were the truth or lies. The questions vary from the age and the degree of closeness between the players involved.

Step 2. The person who asked the questions, later confirms the answer – whether the guess was right or wrong.

Step 3. The one who guesses wrong must drink from the bottle of alcohol. The person with the most points wins.

  1. Guess Who?

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Number of players: 3-10+

Time needed: 30 minutes

The gist:

As with other ‘drink if’ bachelorette party games, ‘Guess Who’ helps the quests to get to know each other better. In fact, the game helps the bachelorettes and the guests share some unforgettable moments of their past time together.

This game is more of an indoor type, as it requires writing, but can be easily played anywhere. The game itself can be both clean or r-rated, depending on questions. It also involves spirits, so everyone involved should be of legal age to drink.

What to prep:

  1. Pieces of paper to write the secrets on.
  2. Pen or pencil. Use pens for an indoor version, where everyone has a place to sit and write on.
  3. Small bowl to put the secrets in.
  4. Several bottles of spirits.

How to play:

Step 1. Each guest writes a secret of herself on a piece of paper. The secret can be about anything at all – it doesn’t necessarily have to be something very personal.

Step 2. When all the secrets are written down, the players drop them all in a small bowl. If you do not have a glass bowl, a hat or a paper bag will do.

Step 3. Everyone then files out to pick one each. Each of the guests has to guess who wrote on the paper they picked.

Step 4. If a guest gets the writer right, the writer takes a shot of alcohol. If the guest gets it wrong, she takes a swig of alcohol.

  1. Never Have I Ever

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Number of players: 4-8+

Time needed: 40 minutes

The gist:

This is a bachelorette version of a well-known game. If you have seen an episode or two of Ellen show with this game you surely know what it is about. If not, let us enlighten you. This drinking version of the game where everyone starts with a drink of their choice in front of them. The first person to start says: ‘Never have I ever’ – and continues the phrase with something that she hasn’t done in her life. It can be virtually anything. Anyone who has done what was stated must take a drink or shot.

What to prep:

  1. Alcohol. As this is a drinking game, it is a great idea to play it at a hen’s party in a pub. In this case, everyone will be able to have a drink of their choice.
  1. Prepared phrases for the beginning of the game. Basically, it is all you are going to need, but it is highly likely that your guests will have some kind of creative block at first, It’s better to have some examples ready just to give everyone an idea of what kind of statements are expected.

How to play:

Step 1. Let the bride be the first to start the game off. She will begin by saying “Never have I ever…” and follow it up with something that she has never done. For example she could say “Never have I ever been streaking”.

Step 2. The person to the right of the bride will go next.

Step 3. The game continues until everyone has had a turn or two or everyone is ready to tap out.

  1. Drunk Jenga

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Number of players: 2+

Time needed: 1 hour+

The gist:

You write a command on the side of Jenga piece nobody can see, When the player pulls a block she has to do whatever it says. If you are the last player who makes the tower fall, you have to finish your drink.

What to prep:

  1. Jenga.
  2. Alcohol.
  3. Permanent markers to write on Jenga pieces.

How to play:

Step 1. All players take a Jenga piece and write a command on the bottom of each Jenga piece, for example, kiss the person to your left’, ‘sing a song by Ed Sheeran’, ‘take a shot with the person on your right’, etc.

Step 2. Then the guests build a Jenga tower. When someone pulls a block, they have to do whatever it says.

Step 3. The last player who makes the tower fall has to finish her drink in one gulp.

  1. Beer Pong

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Number of players: 4 (two teams of two).

Time needed: 1 hour+.

The gist:

The idea is to throw the ball into the beer cup. If you aim really well and the ping pong ball ends in a cup, your opponent is to drink the cups contents.

The game has a lot of versions, so make sure you discuss all the rules before you start playing. The main points for discussion are: elbows on the table does the ball that bounced off the table count and so on.

What to prep:

  1. Plastic cups (typically 18oz or 16oz).
  2. Beer.
  3. Ping pong balls.
  4. Ping pong table (or a similar one).
  5. Paper towels.

How to play:

Step 1. You need to arrange ten plastic cups in a pyramid-like formation on each side of a ping pong table.

Step 2. Fill each cup with the desired amount of beer (it is possible to use other alcohol or other liquid of your choice, but the traditional version involves beer). Traditionally it takes two 12oz beers to fill all ten cups, but this amount can vary depending on how much you’d like to drink.

Step 3. Team takes turn throwing a table tennis ball into the other team’s cups. Once a ball hits a cup, the cup is taken away and the opponents drink the contents of the cup. If a ball hits the table and then goes into a cup (even by accident), the cup that the ball goes into is removed, as well as another cup of the defending player’s choice.

Step 4. The team that successfully hits all of the opponent’s cups wins the game.

Fun Games For Bachelorette

The aim of fun bachelorette party games is to bring everyone together and learn more about the newlyweds-to-be. Our collection has such all-time bridal favorites as Guess the Kisses, Cold Feet, Brapong, and several adult-only games and other amazing summer bachelorette party ideas.

  1. Guess The Kisses

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Number of players: 3-12+

Time needed: 30-40 minutes

The gist:

In general, this is a simple and romantic game, that helps to create beautiful and unique souvenir for the bride. This is a clean game for any number of players, that everyone can enjoy. Also, it requires almost no preparation and is perfect for an indoor location. All the guest leave lipstick marks on a big piece of white cardboard, and the bride is to guess whose kiss it is. The game has a follow-up when every guest writes a wish under her lipstick mark.

What to prep:

  1. Piece of white canvas or a cardboard.
  2. Pens or color markers (felt-tip pens) for everyone.
  3.  Lipsticks

How to play:

Step 1. Distract the bride and get the guests to paste kisses on a canvas or cardboard.

Step 2. Ask the bride to match each kiss to the right person.

Step 3. Once a right guest is matched, the guest signs on the kiss.

Step 4. Write a wedding wish for the newlyweds or some warm words for the couple.

Step 5. After the bachelorette party, the bride can be frame the canvas or cardboard and hung or keep it preserved as a guest book.

  1. Cold Feet

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Number of players: 4-6+

Time needed: 20 minutes

The gist:

The idea is to stand in a bucket of ice cold water, fishing out various small objects with your feet. This clean game is best for outdoors on a hot summer day. Make sure all the party takes feel well to play this game, especially the bride if she is going to participate herself.

There is no limit as to the number of players, but probably it is a game that goes better for a small company, rather than a crowd.

What to prep:

  1. Bucket of iced water.
  2. Ice (as the time goes, the iced water is going to warm up a bit, so don’t forget to have some more ice at hand to make sure every participant has the same conditions).
  3. Various small items (rings, coins, pencils and other objects that you can fish out, using your feet only).
  4. Bath towels.
  5. Hot warming tea.

How to play:

Step 1. Take a bucket of water outside.

Step 2. Pour the ice into the bucket.

Step 3. Drop some items in a bucket or bowl filled with ice water. Rings are most preferred.

Step 4. Each guest gets to dip her feet in the water to pick out an item as fast as possible. Set the time limit! After a timeframe, the guest with the most item wins.

Step 5. Offer a cup of warm tea and a clean dry towel to everyone involved after the game.

  1. Brapong Bachelorette Party Games

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Number of players: 4-10

Time needed: 30-50 minutes

The gist:

This is an insanely popular naughty lingerie shower game, similar to basketball. The idea is to throw the ball right into the bra on a pinboard. Each time you plant the ball into the cup you score one point. The player with the most points wins!

What to prep:

  1. Bras from the players.
  2. 10 ping balls (as the balls get lost easily).
  3. Pinboard and some pins to fix the bras.
  4. Pen and a paper to keep the score!

How to play:

Step 1. Get all the guests to donate their bras, which are pinned on to a board.

Step 2. Pin each bra carefully to the pin board. Distribute the balls.

Step 3. Each guest then begins to throw in ping pong balls into the bra

Step 4. Set a time limit and blow a whistle after 30 mins.

Step 5. The guest with the highest number of balls wins. The one the guest who threw in the lowest number of balls gets to take off her shirt. She is to wear only a bra for the rest of the evening.

  1. Suck – for – a – Buck (r-rated)

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Number of players: from 3 to 10

Time needed: 30 minutes

The gist:

This bridal shower game is as r-rated as it sounds. Well, actually the exact level of indecency can go from mild to wild, depending on your desire and imagination.

The game involves close contact with strangers, so brace yourselves for some serious adult fun! The task is to get a stranger to suck off the candies on a shirt for the price of a dollar.

What to prep:

  1. Shirts. One shirt for one guest, who wants to participate in this fun activity. It’s better if the shirts are not too loose on the girls who wear them, as it is more difficult to catch the candy with your mouth this way.
  2. Some thread and a needle.
  3. Great amount of bite-size colorful lifesaver candies.

Sew them onto the shirts at home, placing candies strategically.

How to play:

Step 1. Before your ladies go outside for the wildest night out ever, hand out the shirts. Make sure you stick the candies on some strategic and suggestive parts of the shirts. i.e., boobs, belly button, armpits, collar areas.

Step 2. Every guest wearing the shirts (bride and bachelorettes) will go round the bar, asking random men to suck off the candies at the cost of a dollar.

Step 3. Set a time limit of 30 minutes.

Step 4. The one who has least number of candies left wins. Another version of this game includes counting the money, and the winner is the girl who has made the most!

  1. Blow Pop Bouquet (r-rated)

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Number of players: 2+

Time needed: up to an hour

The gist:

This is a mild r-rated game that shy brides may find challenging, but with a little boldness, she’s good to go! One of the most difficult games in terms of preparation.

The game includes offering strangers a blow pop, which sounds a bit naughty. It will take at least two people to participate – bride and her Maid of Honour or any other volunteers.

What to prep:

  1. Two bouquets out of fifty to hundred blow pops.
  2. Rubber bands (to hold them together).
  3. Satin ribbons (to make the result look pretty).

How to play:

Step 1. Split the total number of blow pops into two equal parts. Arrange into two bouquets and hold each bouquet of blow pops together with rubber bands.

Step 2. Cover the rubber band area with satin ribbons.

Step 3. Ask the bride and her best girl to take the bouquet to strangers and tell them “blow for a dough”. The catch phrase is more of a teaser, actually, as the strangers get a blow pop in exchange for a dollar.

Bachelorette Limo Games

What can be better, than renting a limo for a bachelorette party? It is a great option, as it not only ensures that all guests arrive at the party on time, but also means you don’t have to worry about driving home! The limo ride itself is sure to be an awesome experience, but a few limo party games will make the ride even better! Nothing can make everyone more prepared and anticipating for the party!

Here are several limo games to play – make your party unforgettable! Try ‘Finish the sentence’, ‘Dare cards’, ‘Trivial Pursuit’ or ‘Wedding Mad Libs’ to have the best night out right from the start!

  1. Finish The Sentence

Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 30 min

The gist:

This fun party game is perfect for the players who know each other well and have 30 minutes of a car ride ahead. The idea is simple and clean (or r-rated, depending on your imagination and your guests abilities to play word games): to finish the sentence in a most amusing way.

What to prep:

  1. A list of sentences with gaps instead of some words. The missing words can be located in any part of the sentence. The idea is to have as much fun as possible, so don’t be afraid to use phrases, that can be completed in more than one way. If you feel that it is too complicated, there are lots of templates for bachelorette Finish the sentence – free of charge or otherwise.
  1. Print the sentences on the cardstock.
  2. Pencils or thin markers.
  3. Some hard surface to write on.

How to play:

Step 1. Players have to finish the sentences on these printable game cards with what they think the bride-to-be will say.

Step 2. Afterward, all the cards are collected and the Maid of Honour reads out the answers.

Step 3. Whoever matches the bride most wins.

  1. Bachelorette Dare Cards

Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 30 min

The gist:

If you are looking for a way to fire up the night, dare cards are definitely on your top list. As you can easily guess from the name, dare cards are all about crazy things that girls might do at their bachelorette party night. It can be anything: kiss a stranger, make a selfie with a pop-star, whatever crazy ideas you might have! Apart from the ready-made dare cards you might have several blank ones. The girl who doesn’t want to do the dare she has drawn might opt for a truth, or to buy the bride a drink.

What to prep:

  1. Prepare a list of dares.
  2. Print the dares on the cardstock (at home or at the print shop).
  3. Leave several pieces of cardstock blank – you will be able to think of something all together.
  4. If you feel that it is too complicated, there are lots of templates for bachelorette Dare Cards – free of charge or otherwise.

How to play:

Step 1. Each player draws a card in turn and decides, if she wants to do the dare, or prefers to opt out and tell the truth.

Step 2. If the card is blank it means that the dare can be anything her friends (or the bride) decide it to be.

Step 3. If the player chooses to tell the truth rather than do the dare, ask her any question you wanted an answer for. It could be something innocent, or something very private – depending on how well you know each other.

Step 4. It is also possible for the bride to distribute the cards herself, allowing her to choose which dares to use and who to give them to.

  1. Trivial Pursuit

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Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 30-40 minutes

The gist:

A fun but challenging guessing game that is perfect for a long limo ride. The idea is to answer the question, concerning the happy couple, within a time limit. The person who knows them best wins.

A bachelorette version of a famous TV show that tests who knows the bride and groom best amongst the guests. It is friendly to play but might include some insightful competition. This clean version is sweet and appropriate for any ages.

What to prep:

  1. A list of questions about couple.
  2. Pieces of paper for every guest.
  3. Pencil or a thin marker.
  4. Hard smooth surface to write on.

How to play:

Step 1. All guests sit on hot seats surrounding a table, or the surface that serves as a table in a limo with their pencils and paper in hand.

Step 2. The bride asks questions about herself, the fiancé, the day they met, pets, favorite stuff and related subjects.

Step 3. The guests write their answers down on paper.

Step 4. When everyone is done, the bride reveals the correct answers. The person with the most correct answers wins.

  1. Mad Libs

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Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 30-40 minutes

The gist:

The purpose of this game is to tell a story. Usually, the story takes up anything between a half of or a whole sheet of paper. You might consider asking your girls to help tell the story of your honeymoon or the first night you spent alone together…

What to prep:

  1. Make a basic story.  Choose the topic wisely, it should be wedding-themed, but at the same it there should be an option to make it much more personal.
  2. When your story is ready, remove some key adjectives, verbs, and nouns to leave some blanks.
  3. Print out the blank version and make sure you have enough pencils for everyone and some hard smooth table-like surface to write on.

How to play:

Step 1. Distribute your mad lib sheets between your guests. Without having seen the story, have the players insert their own words.

Step 2. Once all of the blanks have been filled read it out loud!

  1. Guess The Toy

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Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 1 hour+

The gist:

This is a simple yet fun game for the Bachelorette and is a good ice breaker too. Each guest brings some kind of a sex toy or a part of a sexy lingerie. All these objects are put into a bag. The bride-to-be starts the game. Everyone takes turns to feel one of the objects in the bag with her hand and trying to guess what can it be.

What to prep:

  1. The Maid of Honor will have to call every guest in advance and ask to bring some kind of item from a sex shop. It might be a sex toy or a piece of lingerie.
  2. Large bag to put all these objects to. Make sure all the guests remove the price tags and unwrap the presents first.
  3. Some kind of shades or a thick fabric to put over the bride’s eyes.

How to play:

Step 1. As soon as the guests arrive go around to each guest and collect all the toys/lingerie and have them placed in a bag. The bride shouldn’t see what they had or it will spoil all the fun! If you don’t have a bag a satin pillowcase will do.

Step 2. As soon as everyone has their drinks, the bachelorette is asked to reach into the bag and pull out one item with her eyes closed.

Step 3. The Bachelorette then shows the item to the guests and tries to guess what it is.

Final conclusions and recommendations

  1. The bachelorette night needs some careful planning for all the best bachelorette party game ideas. Don’t forget to ask the bride what kind of games she wants. It would be a pity to include bachelorette party ideas bride hates.
  2. How long before the wedding is the bachelorette party? The best time to start planning for the bachelorette party is at least three months before the wedding. Hungover brides do not look appealing.
  3. Who is supposed to pay for a bachelorette party? Traditionally, the bride is the only person who doesn’t pay for the bachelorette party.
  4. Do you have to bring a gift to a bachelorette party? Bringing gifts is not necessary. The goal is for the bride and her guests to have fun before the wedding. So have fun and enjoy every bit of it!



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