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Great Games Selection For A Bridal Shower

It doesn’t matter if your bridal shower is traditional, girly and romantic or wild and sassy because playing games with the bride and the other guests is the most fun part of the party. There are all sorts of games that you can choose from. The idea is to find ones that you believe the guests, the bride and you will enjoy playing.

First of all, you’ll need to choose a theme that reflects what the bride loves and her personality. If she’s passionate about different foods and cooking, go for kitchen themed games. If, on the other hand, she loves traveling then choose games about exotic locations and stories. Take some inspiration from the future bride’s favorite color or the singer she likes best. With a little imagination, you won’t be stuck for ideas.

After you’ve decided on your theme, the next step is to start thinking about what games you’re going to play. If you want something quite sassy then play the "What She Said" game and get the bride blushing. Ask a guest to write down everything the bride said about each of her gifts as she opened them. Afterwards, read the words back to her and tease her about knowing exactly what she’ll say on her wedding night. Watch her blush so much that the guests will worry she’s going to catch fire.

However, if you want to play games that are a bit tamer, "Spice of Life" is just ideal and its perfect for a cooking themed party. Hand some vials of spices out to your guests and ask them to pass them round. Get them to take a guess at which spice is which and see how many names they write down. Give a spice rack full of spices to the person with the most correct answers.

A really great game that will bring back some nostalgia is the "Advice for Life" game. Seat your guests in a circle and ask each in turn what the best advice their mother ever gave them is. You’ll be surprised by what stories your guests have to tell and everybody will enjoy listening to one another’s advice. Afterwards, write everything down in a beautiful book and present it to the bride-to-be as a gift to use in the future.