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10 Tips For Putting Together Co-Ed Bridal Shower Games

Co-ed bridal shower games are a great way to break the ice, even if you’re having a quiet lunch or an energetic evening party. Either way, you’ll want your party to be a success. With this in mind, here are some helpful tips

- There’s no better way of introducing people than to play a name game. That way all your guests will feel more comfortable with one another.

- Choose a bridal shower theme because this is going to be a great help when you need to plan different activities and games.

- Organize your co-ed games to match your chosen bridal shower theme so if you’re having an outdoor beach theme, you can find a good space and set up a game of volleyball or horseshoes.

- On the other hand, if you’re planning a more formal bridal shower then one game could be all you need, as your guests will probably be seated. However, if you’ve got a lot of guests coming, it’s a good idea to take breaks in the opening of the gifts and play a game or two so your guests have more fun.

- If your bridal shower has a more casual feel to it then singing, dancing and karaoke are a great choice of activities to get your guests interacting, moving around and having a giggle

- As you’ll probably have invited guests of all ages, make sure to keep your co-ed games suitable for everybody to play

- Create your own trivia quizzes and adapt them so every generation will enjoy them. Match them with your bridal shower theme. For example, if your theme evolves around music, make a Rock and Roll Quiz.

- Plan your activities and games with care so not to embarrass any of your guests.

- Encourage guests to take part in the games but don’t push them into playing because sometimes people just prefer to watch or need a break from the activities.

- Choose a handful of games but don’t pack too many into the party because you’ll overwhelm guests rather than entertain them.