10 Fun Bachelorette Party Games – How to Keep the Fun Running Through the Night

What is a bride’s last hurrah without fun games at her bachelorette party? But knowing what games to play at the party can be challenging!  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We’re rounding up 10 fun bachelorette party games to keep the fun going all night – or all weekend – long!

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Who’s Your Groom? 

This game focuses on the bride and how well she knows her husband-to-be! The organizer will need to prepare pictures of different parts of the groom’s face or body, like pictures of his eyes, nose, lips, hair, or feet. Then, mix these pictures with other pictures of similar body parts from people that are not the groom (the interest is your friend, here!). Make it harder by choosing options that are somewhat similar to what the groom looks like. 

Whether you’re printing hard copies of these photos, or sharing them digitally, make sure you label them (discreetly) so you know the final answer! 

At the party, the bride will have to pick out her groom’s photo from a lineup!

Want to spice it up? Every time she chooses correctly, the bride can nominate someone to take a drink or do a dare. And if she gets it wrong… well, it’s her turn!

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Interview Hot Seat

This classic game is a great way to test how well the bride and groom know each other! Start with a questionnaire: there are great options on Etsy or you can make one yourself!

Before the bachelorette party, interview the groom or ask him to fill out the questionnaire and send it back to you. These can be soft, playful questions or a little spicy! A few examples might be:

  • Where was your first date?
  • What is her favorite color?
  • What is her worst habit?

Secrecy is key here! The bride cannot know that the groom is helping with this game, and she also can’t know the questions ahead of the bachelorette party. If possible, ask the groom to record a video of himself answering the questions that you can play at the party. 

At the party, the bride will be in the hot seat! Ask her the same questions the groom had, and how she thinks he would’ve answered them. 

Once she’s settled on an answer, you can let her know if she’s correct by playing the video of the groom’s response, or reading out his answer from the questionnaire. If she gets it right, everyone takes a sip of their drinks. But if she happens to be wrong, she’s the one who has to take a sip! 

Treasure Hunt 

Set up a treasure hunt for the bachelorette party crew! 

Start by hiding something (these plastic diamond rings are a great option), and stash them all over the house or hotel room before the rest of the party crew arrives. Once everyone is together, challenge them to a treasure hunt to find all the hidden items (remember to count how many you’re hiding!). 

Every time someone finds a ring, they get a small prize (like some fun candies, a chocolate, or a pair of Bride Tribe sunglasses). It’s a simple game, but will leave everyone hunting till the end of the bachelorette party! If you’re feeling generous, the person who finds the most rings is the winner and gets a bigger gift (like a gift card, or a pair of fuzzy slippers)!

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Draw and Tell 

This is the chance for the bachelorette squad to get creative! Grab a few large sheets of paper (these large easel pads are great) and pens or markers. If possible, place the sheets on an easel stand or stick them to the wall (carefully!). 

First, ask each person to write a word or a phrase on a small piece of paper. This could be anything: a person, place, thing… ultimately these will be what you’re drawing as the rest of the team guesses. These prompts can be fun and specific to the bride, or the theme of your bachelorette party! Just remember the rest of the party has to guess them. A few ideas:

  • Wedding dress
  • Cowboy hat
  • The groom’s name
  • An inside joke 

Fold up the pieces of paper and place them in a large bowl. Split the group into two teams, and choose one person to go first. They will choose a paper from the bowl, then draw that prompt as the rest of their team guesses the word! Repeat with the second team. 

Each time a team guesses correctly, they get a point. Make sure to set a timer so each team has the same amount of time for guessing!

Play By Touch

Using your sense of touch to identify objects can be challenging, but fun! 

Collect a series of objects and place them in a bag or pillowcase so no one can see what they are. These could be random household items, a few spicier items (wink), or some items that are meant to be a challenge

Ask the first person (usually the bride) to put her hand in the bag and choose an object without taking it out or looking at it. By touch alone, ask her to identify the object. Once she has guessed, she can pull the object out of the bag and see if she was right! 

Continue with the other guests until all items have been guessed. 

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True or False 

Lie detectors are not only for police investigations but also for bachelorette games! In this game, party guests will need to determine if the bride is telling a lie or telling the truth!

Each guest will take turns asking the bride embarrassing or fun (or harmless!) questions about herself and, maybe, the groom. A few examples:

  • Did you kiss on your first date?
  • What is your groom’s favorite dinner?
  • What is the groom’s worst habit?
  • What is your favorite… ahem… position? 

The bride will share an answer that may or may not be true, and the other guests have to guess whether it’s true or false! If you’re drinking, any player who guesses wrong takes a drink, and the one with the most correct guesses wins the game!

Bachelorette Party Games could be sexy too

Red Kisses 

Most bachelorette games have a sexy side, but it doesn’t mean they have to be extreme! To start this game, get everyone at the party to apply bright red lipstick and kiss a piece of white paper. 

Ask the guests to then wipe off their lipstick. The bride then has to inspect the paper kisses and match them to the right lips!

When the game is over, each person can sign their red kiss and leave a message for the bride as a nice memento of the bachelorette party. 

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Get Corporate

PowerPoint presentations sound formal and business-like, but they are making a party come back and can make a bachelorette party a lot of fun! Ask each guest to prepare a presentation showcasing some aspect of their friendship with the bride, or a prompt related to the bride. It can be embarrassing or sentimental, or it could include pics of her as a child or teenager. You’ll get to know a side of the bride you didn’t know before!

Encourage the presenters to dress up, either in their best corporate attire, or in an outfit that fits the theme of their presentation. These presentations might be fun and lighthearted, or sweet and sentimental!

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Break out the Bubbly for Champagne Pong 

We all know the classic game of beer pong, but let’s take it up a notch by using champagne or prosecco!

To be clear, the days of throwing a ping pong ball, letting it roll around on the floor, then putting it in a cup of liquid that you drink might be long over. Set up the cups filled ⅓ with water, then throw the ping pong balls into those cups. When you hit one, set it aside and take a drink from a drink you’re holding (not the cup of water). 

Make this a bit more on-theme with your party by using colorful plastic cups, neon ping pong balls, and having guests drink out of plastic champagne flutes or these customized champagne flutes!

Never Have I Ever 

You’ve likely played this game in college, but now it’ll be even more fun! Start with everyone sitting in a circle. The bride starts by saying “Never have I ever….” and finishing the sentence. If anyone has done that thing, they take a sip of their drink. Continue with the next player and go around the circle. 

This game can be innocent and fun, or extra spicy! You could say something like:

  • Never have I ever… climbed a tree
  • Never have I ever… lost my wallet
  • Never have I ever … [insert spicy activity!]

Remember you’re in charge of what you say! You don’t have to reveal anything you don’t want to!

It’s time for the fun bachelorette party games!

We hope these bachelorette party games have you inspired for what is sure to be a great time! Be sure to check out our other guides, including Bachelorette 101: How to Plan a Bachelorette Party and 10 Affordable Bachelorette Party Gift Ideas

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