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20 Fun & Hilarious Bachelorette Party Games For 2022

No bachelorette party would be complete without a few dirty stories and embarrassing truths about an ex or even current boyfriends and husbands, a stripper may be a nice addition, if that is your interest, and of course, you need at least a couple of bachelorette party games to keep things moving along.

We have put together a list of 20 of the best bachelorette party board games, bachelorette party card games, and naughty games to play at a bachelorette party that will surely be the thing that makes this a night to remember for both the bride to be and her beloved companions.

We have divided the list into four categories and suggested a few in each one.

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These categories are printable games, drinking games, classic fun games, and limo games.

With each game, we have listed what you need, how many players can be involved, how long it takes to play, and of course a basic rundown of the instructions.

If there are online resources that you need, you can find them with a basic Google or Bing search, as these games are very common.

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Printable Bachelorette Party Games

One of the best ways to get a few games arranged for your bachelorette party is to use printable bachelorette party games. These games have been around in some form since the late 70s to early 80s, but these days they are a lot more accessible due to the internet. You don’t need much to play, just download the template and have them printed on nice paper at your local print shop, or if you have a printer at home, you can do it yourself.

Games such as scavenger hunt, bingo, scramble, and balderdash in fun bridal-related forms can be exciting, and with a little creativity, dare we say a little daring as well! Steal our list of what to prep, or feel free to switch it up to fit the tone of the gathering.

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 depending on the number of tasks and any dares that may be included in the game along the way

The gist:

This is a classic favorite for bachelorette parties. The group is divided into two or more teams and each team is given a list of things to find, chores to accomplish or dares to undertake in lieu of doing the things on the challenge list. Short videos or pictures are taken as proof of the thing being accomplished or the dare being completed.

When everyone gathers again at the end of the game the pictures and videos are shared, usually on a large screen device so everyone can see, and everyone has a good time laughing about the adventures that occurred along the way. If you want this game can actually be expanded to take up the entire night with everyone meeting several hours later for drinks and food at a popular bar or club to cap things off. You can also make this activity R-rated if you like, or keep it clean for old-fashioned fun.

What to prep:

  • List of challenges for every group or player.
  • Camera to record their progress, or make sure at least one person in each group has a smartphone with a camera.
  • Some cheap countdown timers, one for each group, so everyone can keep track of the game’s progress
  • A chat app such as Skype or Facetime installed so everyone can keep in touch over the course of the game to share updates and fun moments.

How to play:

Step 1. Divide the group into teams and hand them a list of challenges.

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, you might get a stranger to perform their idea of the perfect song for the bride’s first dance, etc. When coming up with tasks use your imagination and get creative. Remember this is all about having a fun time and being daring.

Step 2. Make sure everyone has cameras to record their progress and timers to check the time left. Encourage them to collect their pieces of evidence, be it photos, videos, or actual items in a creative and fun way.

Step 3. Set a time and place where the teams will meet after the game is over. For an extra fun, challenge make getting to the meetup location at a certain time the last task on the list, or the team forfeits.

Step 4. The team that completes more tasks wins. Groups that do not complete their list within the allotted time have to buy rounds of drinks for the whole group of party attendees.

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 outdoor bridal shower game is best played in 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.

This game lasts 30-60 minutes. After the timer runs out everyone gathers back at the meeting place (i.e. picnic area, campfire, barn, etc.) to share their evidence and swap stories while enjoying refreshments.

Bridal Scramble Scavenger Hunt (clean)

This is an indoor clean bridal version of popular scramble games – it combines word-forming and the 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., from the word “vase” then you find and bring a vase.

Bachelorette Balderdash (R-rated)

Number of players: 3-10+

Time needed: 20-30 minutes

The gist:

This classic question and answer game is perfect for bachelorette parties. The best part is that this R-rated game can be played with any number of players and can be stretched out to fill an entire evening if you desire. Questions can be about the bride, the groom, the guests, and their private lives, or anything else that you can think of.

What to prep:

  • Bridal balderdash questions. You can come up with these and have them printed on nice bridal themed paper at a local print shop. If you decide to play teams instead of individuals have different questions for each team to keep things interesting, or as an alternative have the questions printed on bridal invitations, thank you note cards, cards printed with the couples favorite dating photos from their social media accounts, or even postcards from where the couple is going for their honeymoon and put in a big basket to be selected at random.
  • Cards to write answers on, pens or pencils for every player. It’s fun to have the same themed cards for answers as you used for the questions.
  • Glass bowl or a hat to put the answers into.
  • A poster board with sticky stars or bridal themed stickers to take score, making a separate place for each player.
  • Strong alcoholic beverages (this is, of course, optional, but it makes the game a bit more interesting to be sure).

How to play:

Step 1. The moderator reads a question selected at random from the basket. Everybody writes their answers on a card and puts them into the fishbowl, making sure they put their name on their card. The Bride does not answer, she is the control for the questions.

Step 2. All the papers are collected and put in a bowl, after which the bride gives the correct answer to the 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 to the same questions beforehand (which is a fun variation) you might add extra points for the guest who guessed the groom’s answers right.

Bachelorette Questions (clean)

Number of players: 2

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

The gist:

Bachelorette questions is a clean indoor drinking game for the bride. If you’ve seen the TV show called Mr. and Mrs. or the Newlywed Game, you probably would 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, only two players needed: the bride and the groom themselves. This is the only game that doesn’t require the previous discussions with the bride, as it will spoil the surprise for her.

What to prep:

  • Prepare the questions.
  • Get two copies of the questionnaire: one for the groom and one for the bride. (as a variation you can also have the guests answer questions as they would form their own spouses or partners. If you can get those husbands or boyfriends to also answer ahead of time it adds even more fun. Divide the group into two teams and have them get a point based on the decision of the bride as to which team’s answers were best after she has answered for herself)

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 a secret from the bride. It is important not to spoil the surprise!

Step 3. Each correct answer will get her one point, and each wrong answer will cost her 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 answers might make the bride feel bad or insulted.

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 group. We offer to liven things up with an R-rated version. The naughty mind version of the 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 puzzles and unscramble the answers!

What to prep:

  • Cards containing naughty puzzle-like questions with scrambled words.
  • Paper to write down all the answers.
  • A pen to mark their choices.

How to play:

Step 1. The players should re-arrange 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. Bonus points are given for words, especially naughty ones, that are discovered that are not part of the official answer list.

Free Printable Bachelorette Bingo

Number of players: 4-12+

Time needed: 30-50 minutes

The gist:

This game is played like the normal Bingo, but you 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 contains fun facts about the bride and groom. Some of them are common, some are risque, and some are flat out r-rated. The host shouts the numbers or facts until a player wins. For extra fun, the bride can explain a little about the fact or statement.

What to prep:

  • Bingo cards.
  • Print a second set of facts on fun cards for the host to draw from a basket or large bag and read out loud as the game moves along.
  • Ornamental markers, stamps, stickers.

How to play:

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

Making the cards is ridiculously simple, just print out the free templates! Once printed, randomly fill in the squares with numbers of the questions or facts of your choosing. For this game, it might be better to print out the template on large format stock such as half sheets of poster board, or 11×14 cardstock.

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)

Drinking Bachelorette Party Games

Drinking games are a popular favorite for bachelor and bachelorette parties. They do not require a lot of preparation, but they do require plenty of beverages. One important thing to keep in mind is to have a few “mock-tails” or non-alcoholic cocktail alternatives ready for those who choose not to imbibe or who may be in recovery. We have included a few classics here as well as a couple of newer games. Drinking games are a must-have for your bridal shower or bachelorette party.

Lie Detector

Number of players: two at once

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

The gist:

Like a real lie detector test, this indoor game dares a bachelorette to answer rather private and embarrassing questions about herself, or more commonly, about the groom. 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 but is usually R-rated.

What to prep:

  • 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.
  • One of the preparation points would be making sure that everyone has enough alcohol available and shot glasses.

How to play:

Step 1. Two bachelorette party guests 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.

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. You can also have the group divided up into teams, and when the team member guesses wrong the entire team has to take a shot.

Guess Who?

Number of players: 3-10+

Time needed: 30 minutes

The gist:

As with other ‘drink if’ bachelorette party games, ‘Guess who’ helps the guests to know each other better. In fact, this one game works better if the guests are not that well acquainted. The game itself can be either clean or R-rated, depending on the questions. It also involves alcohol, makes sure that there are some mock-tail options and soft drinks for those who choose to not imbibe.

What to prep:

  • Pieces of paper to write the secrets on.
  • Pens for writing, fun bridal themed pens are great for these types of gatherings and ad more novelty to the games.
  • Small bowl to put the secrets in.
  • Several bottles of spirits as well as some non-alcoholic beverages or mock-tails.

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, but the more risque and personal the better and the more fun everyone has in the sharing.

Step 2. When all the secrets for this round are written down, the players drop them all in a decorative bowl, a punch bowl or bridal decorated game bowl works great. If you do not have a glass bowl, a fancy hat or a decorated paper bag will do.

Step 3. Everyone then takes one secret out of the bowl and reads it out loud before taking a guess as to who wrote it.

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 shot.

Never Have I Ever

Number of players: 4-8+

Time needed: 40 minutes

The gist:

This is the bachelorette version of the popular and well-known game often played at a fancy dress or costume parties, and family holiday gatherings. This is the 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 sip of her drink. (And she may be asked to relay her story!)

What to prep:

  • Alcohol.
  • Prepared phrases for the beginning of the game. After the first few, the game kind of takes on a life of its own, so you won’t need more than say five or six starter phrases.

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 three turns.

Drunk Jenga

Number of players: 2+

Time needed: 1 hour+

The gist:

You write command on the side of a 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 drink the leftover beverages of everyone at the table all poured together.

What to prep:

  • A Jenga game. Buy a new one as this is going to be a gift to the bride to put in her memory chest after the party.
  • Lots of alcohol.
  • Permanent markers to write on Jenga pieces.

How to play:

Step 1. All players take a few Jenga pieces and write a command, dare, or request for a secret on the bottom of the 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 all of the drinks of the people at the table, poured together in one gulp.

Beer Pong

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 up in a cup, your opponent is to drink the content of the cup.

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:

  • Plastic cups (typically 18oz or 16oz).
  • Beer.
  • Ping pong balls.
  • Ping pong table (or a similar one).
  • 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. Teams take a turn in throwing a table tennis ball into the other teams’ 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

Fun bachelorette party games are intended to bring together groups of old friends and new ones to build connections and create shared memories. The ones that we have chosen are designed to provide hours of fun and surely some interesting moments. These games include Guess the Kisses, Cold Feet, Bra-pong, and several adult-only games.

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Guess The Kisses

Number of players: 3-12+

Time needed: 30 minutes approximately

The gist:

In general, this is a simple and romantic game, that helps to create a beautiful and unique souvenir for the bride. This is a clean game for any number of players, which everyone can enjoy. Also, it requires almost no preparation and is perfect for an indoor location. All the guests leave lipstick marks on a big piece of white poster board, 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. If you can arrange it having the groom leave his own kiss before the event in a predetermined lipstick that you can point out later makes this keepsake a truly treasured item.

What to prep:

  • A piece of white canvas or cardboard.
  • Pens or color markers (felt-tip pens) for everyone.
  • Lipsticks

How to play:

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

Step 2. Ask the bride to match each kiss to the right person. Since each person has a unique lipstick color, then it’s easy to determine when she is right.

Step 3. Once the 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 frame the canvas or cardboard and hang or keep it preserved as a guest book.

Cold Feet

Number of players: 4-6+

Time needed: 20 minutes

The gist:

The idea is to stand in a washtub of ice-cold water, fishing out various small wedding-themed objects with your feet/toes. This clean game is best for the outdoors on a hot summer day. There is no limit as to the number of players, but it is best for a smaller group. You can alternatively use a toddler’s wading pool if you lie, they can be found in a wide variety of colors and themes so you may be able to find one that fits your wedding/bachelorette/bridal shower theme.

What to prep:

  • Pool or washtub filled with icy water.
  • Ice (as the time goes, the iced water is going to warm up a bit, so don’t forget to have some more ice on hand to make sure every participant has the same condition).
  • Various small items (rings, coins, pencils and other objects that you can fish out, using your feet/toes only).
  • Hand Towels.

How to play:

Step 1. Prepare the tub/pool of water and ice

Step 2. Drop in the items and spread them around well.

Step 3. Each guest gets to dip her feet/toes in the water to pick out an item as fast as possible. Set a time limit. Have a poster with a duplicate of each item glued to it, and set a number of points to each item based on difficulty. Keep track of the points for the end of the game

Step 4. Offer a clean, dry towel for everyone involved.

Bra-pong For Bachelorette Party

Number of players: 4-10

Time needed: about 60 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 corkboard or even stretched between two chair backs. Try to find a very large bra at a local thrift shop or even a department store. Each time you plant the ball into the cup you score one point. The player with the most points wins.

What to prep:

  • Bra.
  • 10 ping balls or even racket/tennis/or handballs.
  • A corkboard or two chair backs and some pins to fix the bra in place.
  • Pen and a paper to keep the score.

How to play:

Step 1. Attach the bra to either the corkboard or between the back of two chairs.

Step 2. Distribute the balls to the guests, and have them take turns throwing the balls into the bra aiming to have it land in the cups.

Step 3. Set a time limit for each player and blow a whistle when the time is up.

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

Step 5. The guest with the highest number of balls wins some small prize. The guest who threw in the lowest number of balls has to tell a very personal secret about her husband/boyfriend that the bride gets to ask.

Suck – for – a – Buck (R-rated)

Number of players: from 3 to 10

Time needed: 30 minutes

The gist:

This bridal shower/bachelorette party 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:

  • A shirt for the bride, make sure that it is very tight and preferably white. If possible have the word BRIDE in large letters on the front and the date of the wedding on the back. Optionally, other shirts for the rest of the girls in the group.
  • Some thread and a needle.
  • A great amount of bite-size colorful lifesaver candies.

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

How to play:

Step 1. Before heading out for the wild night on the town have the bride put the shirt on. Make sure you stick the candies on some strategic and suggestive parts of the shirt. i.e. boobs, belly button, armpits, collar areas. You can also do this with the other members of the bridal party if you choose but the bride MUST participate.

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. 30 minutes is a good time to play.

Step 4. The one who has the 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! They win a cheap prize and get to keep their money, the rest of the girls give their money to the bride to buy something sexy for her honeymoon night.

Blow Pop Bouquet (R-rated)

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! This is also 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 – the bride and her Maid of Honor or any other volunteers.

What to prep:

  • Two bouquets out of fifty to hundred blow pop for every 2 players.
  • Rubber bands (to hold them together).
  • Satin ribbons (to make the result look pretty).

How to play:

Step 1. Split the total number of blow pops into two or more equal parts depending on how many are playing. Arrange them into 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 dough”. The catchphrase is more of a teaser, actually, as the strangers get a blow pop in exchange for a dollar.

The rest of the game runs the same as the Suck-For-a-Buck game described above.

Bachelorette Limo Games

What can be better, than renting a limo for your bachelorette party? It is a great option, as it not only ensures that all guests travel in safety and style together between destinations, but also that you don’t have to worry about anyone driving home in an inebriated state. The limo ride itself is sure to be an awesome experience, but a few limo party games will make the ride even better! Here are several limo games to play that are perfect for your bachelorette party.

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 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 the most amusing way.

What to prep:

  • A list of sentences with gaps instead of some words, similar to mad-libs. 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.
  • Print the sentences on the cardstock.
  • Pencils or thin markers.
  • You may want to bring a few cheap clipboards to give people a stable 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 Honor reads out the answers.

Step 3. Whoever matches the bride closest wins and gets her first drinks bought for her by the maid of honor.

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 should definitely be on top of your list. As you can easily guess from the name, dare cards are all about the crazy things that girls might do at their bachelorette party night. It can be anything: kiss a stranger, take a selfie with a pop-star, whatever crazy ideas you might have! This is one time that the more risque, wild, and out of daily character the better. 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 truth, or to buy the bride the drink of the bride’s choice.

What to prep:

  1. Prepare a list of dares.
  2. Print the dares on the cardstock (at home or at a local print shop). Choose cardstock that is either in the theme of the party, or that is bridal related.
  3. Leave several pieces of cardstock blank – you can think of several dares as a group together.

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 a secret that the bride decides on and asks.

Step 2. If the card is blank it means that the dare can be anything the bride decides it to be, made up right there on the spot in the spur of the moment. Blank cards cannot be opted out of.

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, in fact, the more private and embarrassing the better for everyone in the group to have fun with it.

Trivial Pursuit

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 their 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 age.

What to prep:

  1. A list of questions about the 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.

Mad Libs

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 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 and your husband to be spent alone together. The idea is to make this as wild and crazy of a story as possible to give everyone a good laugh. Give each of the guests a sheet with a different part of the story on it with blanks for them to fill in their ideas that fit the sentences.

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.

How to play:

Step 1. Distribute your mad lib sheets between your guests. Without having seen the whole story, and with only five minutes to fill out their sheet with the part of the story they have available to them, have the players insert their own words.

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

Guess The Toy

Number of players: 2-12

Time needed: 1 hour+

The gist:

This is a simple yet fun game for a bachelorette party and is a good ice breaker too. Each guest brings some kind of sex toy or a piece of 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 try’s to guess what it can be without seeing it. In terms of the phallic sex toys, they should try to guess the length.

What to prep:

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

How to play:

Step 1. As soon as the guests arrive, go round to each guest and collect all the toys/lingerie and have them placed in a bag. The bride shouldn’t see what they brought 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 had their drinks and snacks started, a 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 before handing it to the bride to guess what it is (or the size of it in some cases) while blindfolded.

Final conclusions and recommendations

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.

Planning a great bachelorette party means picking the right bachelorette party games and other activities that will make the night exciting, fun, and memorable. The key is to choose activities that will bring people together, and not make anyone overly uncomfortable. Make sure that you consult the bride on the games and activities that you are interested in doing. You don’t have to spoil the surprise by letting her in on all the details, but just give her a chance to throw in some feedback on some of your potential ideas in case there is something that she does not like at all. It is her night after all. Let’s also look at a few common questions regarding bachelorette parties.

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