Begin by dividing guests into teams of about three to five people. Give each team several rolls of toilet paper and a roll of tape. Have them select one teammate to be the bride while the rest of the team creates a toilet paper dress and bridal headpiece on that person. Set a timer for 15 minutes.
- 1 How do you play the wedding dress game?
- 2 How many toilet rolls do I need for a wedding dress game?
- 3 How do you play guess the dress at bridal shower?
- 4 What’s in the bag wedding shower game?
- 5 How well do you know the bride questions?
- 6 How do you play musical bouquet?
- 7 How do you play put a ring on it game?
- 8 How do you play wedding jeopardy?
- 9 What’s on your purse game?
- 10 How do you play find the guest?
How do you play the wedding dress game?
How to Play the Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Game:
- Split the hen party into teams of around 4-5 people.
- The bride-to-be will sit out of the game as she is the judge.
- Nominate a team member to be the bride for the dress.
- Give each team the equipment.
- The bride who is judge will set a timer for 10 minutes.
How many toilet rolls do I need for a wedding dress game?
The bride sits this game out as she will decide which team has won! Give each team a kit with about four toilet rolls each, a roll of sellotape, a hen party veil and any added extra embellishments that you want to give out. The Bride To Be sets the timer for five minutes or less.
How do you play guess the dress at bridal shower?
Have the hostess pass these printed sheets out during gift opening or have them sitting at each place setting, along with some pretty colored pencils. The guests then draw what they think the bride’s dress and accessories might look like. Have the bride pick her favorite(s) and award them with a small prize!
What’s in the bag wedding shower game?
Download and print the “What’s in the Bag” game cards for each guest. Have the hostess take out each item one at a time from the bag to show the guests. Once all items have been shown, quickly hand out a card and pen to each person and give them one minute to write down as many items as they remember.
How well do you know the bride questions?
Our Favourite How Well do You Know the Bride? Questions
- What is the bride’s middle name?
- Where did she meet her future spouse?
- What colour are her eyes?
- What would be her dream honeymoon?
- What was her first job?
- What’s her favourite movie of all time?
- Is she a cat person or dog person?
- Where did the proposal happen?
How do you play musical bouquet?
Musical Bouquet Once everyone is in place, turn your back to the circle and start the party music. Guests will quickly pass the bouquet around the circle until the music stops, and whoever is left holding it will be eliminated. Continue on until there is one woman left standing and she will be crowned the winner.
How do you play put a ring on it game?
This game could be played two totally different ways. The first way is to give guests a ring and every time someone says a forbidden word, they get their ring taken away. The person that has the most rings at the end wins. The second way to play is to collect as many fruit candy rings as possible.
How do you play wedding jeopardy?
At a bridal shower, more questions are about the bride.
- Break up the room into three teams.
- Provide each team a buzzer, you could use an app.
- Present the Jeopardy game.
- Figure out which team goes first by a coin toss or pick a number.
- Assign someone to keep score.
- The team with the most points wins.
What’s on your purse game?
The point of the game, is to have all of your guests take out their purses and see how many things off of a list they have in their bag. First, you’ll need a list of items for each guest to hunt through their purses to find. On that list, there should be a point score for each item listed.
How do you play find the guest?
Guests are given Find the Guest game cards. They have to find the guests that match the statements on the cards. They will do this by walking around and talking to different guests and asking them the questions. The person that writes down the most names wins.