A bachelorette party is the last time a woman celebrates singlehood and might be the only time she gets to loosen up from the stresses of the wedding prepping.
You already have everything in place for the bachelorette party: the venue, food, guest list, and invitations. The only thing that’s missing is a good set of bachelorette party games that are fun to play, easy to prepare, good for small or large guest lists, and ensure everyone has an amazing time!
There are hundreds of bachelorette party game options out there and the choices can be overwhelming: drinking games, DIY games, and other fun bachelorette party games. We’ve come up with a list of 10 printable bachelorette party games that will definitely provide entertainment and bring everyone closer together!
1. How Well Do You Know the Bride?
The How Well Do You Know the Bride game will always be at the top of our list! It’s definitely fun to bond with the bride-to-be as everyone is tested on how well they know her, learn some secrets, and reminisce about the past!
Print the How Well Do You Know the Bride sheet and have the bride answer each question before you start. When she’s done, ask the guests to answer then swap papers with the person next to them to check. Read each question and have the bride and guests answer them out loud. The guest with the most correct answers wins the game!
Prepare interesting questions – they may include trivia about the bride, her personal life, childhood memories, favorites, and pet peeves!
2. Bachelorette Party Scavenger Hunts
Scavenger hunts are one of the best ways to have fun at a bachelorette party. Whether your venue is at the beach, in a restaurant, or in a garden – there are always things your guests can be hunting for. Everyone gets to perform, move around, and work as a team!
Come up with a list of things to find, do, or photograph at the venue, so you can customize and print your Bachelorette Party Scavenger Hunt sheets. Next, prepare the clues and figure out good areas to place them. Be the first one to arrive at the venue, so you can set up for the game.
Divide the guests into groups, distribute the sheets, then start the game. Don’t forget to set a time limit to make it challenging!
3. What’s the Bride-to-be Wearing?
With this game, we’re sure the bride-to-be will be thrilled to know how well everyone paid attention to her on this special day.
Ask the bride-to-be to leave the room before the game starts. When she’s gone, guests will write their answers on a printed questionnaire. Include a range of questions, from the basics of what color the bride-to-be’s clothes were, to details of her jewelry or even perfume!
Once everyone is finished, or the time’s up, ask the bride to return, then have the guests swap papers and check their answers. The guest with the most correct answers will be declared the winner!
4. Bachelorette Party Mad Libs
Printable mad libs are another must. The game is based on stories with certain words removed, so the audience has to fill in the blanks! The end result always makes everyone laugh (or cry!).
You can have a dedicated mad lib for different guests such as a Once Upon a Time childhood story type for her childhood best friend, Words of Wisdom mad lib for the maid of honor, How They Met story for the guest who introduced the bride and the groom, Saying “Yes” to the Dress mad lib for the bridesmaids, or Advice for the Newlyweds for the rest of the guests.
We’re expecting loads of laughter and tears as each guest shares their stories with everyone! When done, collect the mad libs and organize them in a scrapbook. This can double as a handmade gift for the bride.
5. Drink if She’s Been…
How do we keep the party alive and the conversation flowing? A “Drink If” drinking game!
Print the customizable Drink If cards and have everyone grab their favorite drink. Read each item and anyone who has done it, must take a sip! Repeat until you finish all cards. Kudos to those who had to refill their glass or bottle!
6. What’s in Your Purse?
What’s In Your Purse? is a bachelorette party game favorite because it’s easy and entertaining. It’s fun to discover random stuff that guests keep in their purses while attending a bachelorette party.
Give everyone a copy of the What’s in Your Purse? printable checklist. Read each item from the list and have guests search through their purses for these items to get points. The person with the most points wins. If there’s a tie, you can call out random, unexpected items that are not on the list to break the tie.
7. Emoji Pictionary
Challenge your guests to guess the wedding-themed phrase, listed only by emoji on this emoji pictionary printable! Divide the group into teams, set a timer, and the team that gets the most correct responses, wins!
8. Bachelorette Bingo
If you’re looking to throw in wild challenges and unforgettable fun at the party, you need to include Bachelorette Bingo!
Give each person a printed bingo card. Have one person call out the items on the sheet (they can use a game sheet as a call out sheet). If the item applies to you, take a drink and mark the square! The first person to get 5 in a row wins!
9. A Wild Bloom Printable Bachelorette Memory Game
Reignite the memories you shared with the bride-to-be by playing a Printable Bachelorette Memory game. This is great if you’re a big group of friends who want to bring back special, fun, or even embarrassing memories you all share.
Give everyone their own printable copy where they write down a memory they share with the bride-to-be. The bride has to guess the person who shared the memorable experience. If she doesn’t guess the right name, the writer of that experience has to drink!
10. Bachelorette Price Is Right
This game is best played in groups, so divide the party into teams. Each group will make their guess on the Price is Right printable. Make sure to set a timer for an added challenge! The group that guessed the most items that are closest to the actual price wins.
Time to party!
Printable bachelorette party games are affordable, easy to set up, and fun to play. Here are a few reminders for stress-free party planning:
- Don’t forget to bring everything needed to play the games such as pens, printed copies of the games enough for the number of participants, booze and mocktails for the drinking games, and tape if you’re setting up clues for a scavenger hunt.
- Who doesn’t love a good prize after playing a game? Come up with prizes that guests will actually love and use! Gift cards, travel-sized items, and candles all make great prizes!
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