The bachelorette party has to be one of the most anticipated events involved with getting married, aside from the wedding of course. It’s the last night that a bride spends with her best friends as a single woman. Whether you’re dressing up and heading out for a night on the town or are opting for a night in, I’ve got a few unique games to add some serious fun to your party:
Break up the group of gals into teams and give them a list of things that they need to bring back by the end of the party. The crazier the items, the more fun it is. What you search for can really depend on the personality of the bride-to-be. Here’s a few examples to get your list started:
- Take a picture with a random dude and post it to his Instagram account with a hashtag of your choosing (the weirder, the better)
- Snap a photo with the DJ
- Find someone with the same first name as the groom
- Photobomb someone else’s picture without getting caught
- Get a stranger’s business card
May the best team win!
Each girl is given a sticky note and a pen. One by one, they write down a private memory they have of the bride (don’t hold back, even if it’s an embarrassing one). When everyone is done writing, they all post them on the wall for the bride to read. As she reads them out loud, she has to guess who wrote it and explain the story to the rest of the group.
Quiz the groom
About a week or two before the party is scheduled, have all of the bridesmaids come up with a question for the groom to answer about his bride. Once you’ve compiled a good list, email them to him and have him respond with his answers. On the night of the party, take turns reading the bride the same questions that the groom was asked. If her answer doesn’t match the groom’s, she has to take a sip or two of her drink. But if she gets it right, it’s the rest of the bridal party that has to drink.
Who am I?
This is a fun guessing game that everyone will love. Have each girl write the name of a celebrity on a sticky note. Put them upside down on the table so nobody can see the names, then have each person pick one and stick it to her forehead without looking at the name. Then, each attendee has 20 “yes or no” questions to try and guess who she’s supposed to be. For every wrong answer – you guessed it! – take a drink.
Have you ever played any of these games at a previous bachelorette party? Share your thoughts with us!