Again, the person who answers the most questions correctly wins. Baby shower game: What the Poo? Before the party: Melt different kinds of mini-chocolate bars and pour one kind on each of the diapers. How you play: Have guests sniff or even dip a finger to taste the chocolates and guess which kind is on each diaper. A little bit. But then again, who can resist the power of chocolate?
Baby shower game: Don't Say Baby! Whoever has the most pins at the end of the party wins. An alternative is to use pacifiers on a long string instead of clothespins. The kids at my parties especially loved it for its interactiveness. Whoever has the most correct responses wins.
For this one, draw a line down the middle of a sheet of paper. List a slew of animals down one side and what their babies are called on the other, but not in the same order. Make a copy for each guest. How to play: Ask guests to pair each mom with her baby. Whoever matches the most correctly wins.
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Baby shower game: Place the Pacifier In the Baby's Mouth What you need: A picture of a baby, a blindfold, a picture of a pacifier, a copy machine and tape. Before the party: Enlarge the baby picture if necessary, and hang it up on the wall. Make enough copies of the pacifier picture so each guest has one you might want to resize the pacifier so it fits the baby.
Attach a piece of tape to each. Whoever gets the closest wins! Before the party: Type out list of nursery-rhyme snippets, and make enough copies for all your guests. How to play: Ask your guests to fill in the blanks. The person who completes the most correctly wins.
Before the party: Write a list of baby items and specific quantities say, a box of 88 Pampers Swaddlers on a sheet of paper and make enough copies for all your guests. How to play: Have each guest write down what they think each retails for, then have them total their guesses. Whoever gets closest to the right total without going over wins. This printout is illustrated with whales, for those on the hunt for nautical baby shower games. Baby shower game: Diaper Raffle What you need: Raffle tickets you can buy a roll online or make them yourself , a box or pail and a prize.
Before the party: When you send out the shower invitations, include raffle tickets and explain that anyone who brings a box of diapers to the shower can enter the raffle to win a prize. How to play: As guests arrive, collect the raffle tickets in the box or pail.
Midway through the shower, pull a ticket and award that ticket holder a prize. Harry Potter, anyone? Scroll for a roundup of the most unique baby shower games. Baby shower game: Free Dobby! Before the party: Searching for some Harry Potter baby shower games?
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Have guests deposit their baby socks in the basket, and at the end of the shower, present the sock stash to the mom-to-be who will soon appreciate them once her little one arrives. Before the party: Place the gender-revealing object under the hat. How to play: Another of our favorites among the Harry Potter baby shower games.
Have her lift the hat so the guests can find out! What you need: Paper, pens and a computer and printer or copy machine. Draw a line down the middle of a sheet of paper. On the left side, make a list of the names of Disney moms and leave the right side blank. Make enough copies for all your guests. Baby shower game: One-of-a-Kind Baby Shower Onesies What you need: A few plain, white onesies and the same number of thick cardboard sheets, plus tacks and fabric markers.
Before the party: Tack each onesie to a piece of cardboard for support. How to play: Make the onesies with attached cardboard and markers available during the shower for everyone to share in decorating them. This way, baby has a unique set of onesies, and mama will always remember the day.
Baby shower game: Art for Baby What you need: Mini canvases or one large canvas, markers, paint and decorative crafts items such as glitter and stickers. Before the party: Set up supplies on a large table. You might want to line the table with old newspapers or a disposable tablecloth for easy clean-up. Having a large group gathering at your shower? The more, the merrier! Baby shower games that everyone can play simultaneously—like guessing games—are the most practical way to go. Some great ones are:. Baby shower game: Blind Diaper Change What you need: Two life-size baby dolls, two blindfolds and one diaper for each guest, plus two extras.
Before the party: Place a diaper on each doll. How to play: Have guests separate into teams. Each teams gets a doll, blindfold and diapers. The first person in line for each team must put the blindfold on, remove the diaper on the doll and replace it with a new one. After the first team members are done, the next person in line goes, and so on. The first team to finish wins. Before the party: Write the alphabet vertically down the left side of a sheet of paper. Whoever writes the most words in one minute is the winner. What you need: Paper, a pen and a computer and printer or copy machine.
Before the party: List the questions below on a sheet of paper, and make enough copies for your guests. What was the name of Fred and Wilma's child on The Flintstones? What were the names of Ross Geller's two children on Friends? What were the names of the three kids on The Simpsons? What were the names of the four children on Family Ties? What were the names of the five Huxtable kids on The Cosby Show? What were the names of the six kids on The Brady Bunch? How to play: Hand out the questions and ask your guests to respond to as many as they can. Whoever answers the most correctly wins.
The answers are: a. Pebbles, b. Ben and Emma, c. Bart, Maggie and Lisa, d. Alex, Mallory, Jennifer, Andy, e. Sondra, Denise, Theo, Vanessa and Rudy, f. Baby shower game: Oh Baby, A Playlist! Give the guests a time limit—five minutes max—and whoever has the most real! Before the party: Make a list of things that people might or might not have in their purse and assign a number of points next to them.
For instance, lipstick is one point. Hand sanitizer is three points. How to play: Give each guest a sheet of paper and pen.
Name the objects on your list. If a guest has it in her purse, she should write down the corresponding number of points. Baby shower game: Guess the Baby Food What you need: Unlabeled jars, baby food and paper and pen for each guest. Before the party: Fill each of your unlabeled jars with a different kind of baby food make sure to keep track! How to play: Distribute paper and pens to guests, then ask them to smell each bottle and jot down what they think is inside. If you want to make it especially tricky, have them do this blindfolded! In fact, she won the game.
Baby shower game: How Big is Baby? What you need: Yarn, little slips of paper and a pen. Then asks guests to wrap the yarn around that slip of paper along with their name written on it.
Remind everyone to bring it to the party! How to play: As the guests arrive, ask them to hand in their cut piece of yarn. Tip: This is best with small showers, since the guest-of-honor is going to have to try on each one! Just about all the baby shower games in every category can be enjoyed by all—male or female. But add food and drink to mix and we guarantee, the guys will not be sitting these awesome baby shower games out. Before the party: Fill each bottle with the beverage. How to play: Each guest takes a bottle and drinks as fast as possible. The one who finishes first wins a prize.
My sister participated in one where they filled all the bottles with wine, and she came in second. The guests write down what they think each one is. Whoever has the most right wins. Baby shower game: Yum, Applesauce! What you need: Large plastic garbage bags, scissors, jars of applesauce, baby spoons and blindfolds. Before the party: Cut holes in the bottom of the bags so they can be worn like a poncho.
How to play: Separate guests into teams of two. Have guests put trash bags over their clothes, then blindfold everyone. Give a jar of applesauce and two spoons to each team and have them feed each other. They had 10 mins and after that, they came into the room one by one as a fashion show and I picked the winner. Everyone had a lot of fun and its a great ice breaker for people who don't know eachother. For mine my FMIL made little form with my first and last name and FH's first and last name, and people got like 10 minutes to come up with as many words as possible using the letters in our names.
People got a point for each letter in the word, so a 5 letter word is worth more then a 3 letter word. We didn't really do prizes, but there where literally only a handful of us at the wedding, including me. My moh had each of the bm and my mom and step mom make a basket and each guest gets a few tickets upon arrival and then they get tickets for winning games, and we are going to do a chinese auction of sorts.
Oh and the baskets were a margarita basket, wine basket, movie night, scentsy basket, cleaning basket, ice cream social basket, spa basket, and italian night basket. Rebecca- Haha beat ya to it! I forgot to mention all the details such as being timed and having the bride judge them those are important details.
My MOH is doing the gifts and decor on her own so between a parttime job, school and three kids she didn't have a lot to spend. She went to The Dollar Tree and made baskets up. These were from Michaels. Whoever I pick gets the door prize. Cyndi- That is a great way to avoid having to write out all the addresses yourself, good thinking! Lol Laura that's what I thought.
After all the wedding invites and Thank you's I'll be writing a little bit of a break will be nice. Cyndi you're a genius! I love the idea of having everyone write their address on thank you envelopes. Log in Join now. Weddings Forums Planning Discussions Bridal shower games and prizes question Devoted August Bridal shower games and prizes question Future Mrs. Saved Save. Master September VIP May Super July VIP August Devoted April Laura, great minds think alike lol. VIP July At my friends they did bath and body works foaming soap. Master August Bath basket- scrub mit loofa hair towel bath confeti from Michaels on clearance for 30 cents!
These were from Michaels Games we're doing are Gift bingo toilet paper dress what's in your purse how well do you know the bride and groom. Wow, thanks for all the great ideas everyone!
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