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January 22, 2024

Top Bachelorette Party Games for a Memorable Evening

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January 22, 2024
August 16, 2023

When you think of bachelorette parties, your mind probably goes to wild nights and questionable behavior. But not all parties have to be wild and risqué. That’s where fun bachelorette party games come into play. These games add an extra layer of excitement to the celebration without causing any concerns for the groom. 

Clean and fun games can bring out the same (or more) laughs while making everyone feel totally comfy and included. So, if you’re up for adding a splash of excitement to this upcoming bash that’s sure to get your sides hurting and camaraderie flowing, we’ve got some ideas for you. From ice-breakers that’ll get the convo flowing to hilarious activities, we’ve got the lineup to make this party a hit! Here’s to creating some awesome memories.

Ice Breaker Bachelorette Party Games

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Bachelorette parties pull together peeps from all different phases of the bride’s life, right? That’s where icebreaker games come in clutch. They’re the ultimate connector, ensuring everyone has fun, whether they’re childhood besties or college roomies. Here are our top picks: 

  • Two Truths and a Lie: This game is a total hit! Each person shares three deets about themselves, two true and one false, and others guess the lie. 
  • Bride Trivia: Put your memories to the test! Get ready to rehash old memories as you get quizzed about your bride's dislikes, crazy experiences, and more. It’s a quiz with questions about the bride so she can find out who knows her best. 
  • Human Bingo: Talk about mingling madness! Hand out bingo cards with different traits or experiences, like “Has four dogs and three cats” or “Can’t cook.” The guest's mission? Find matches for all your descriptions and win! 

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Photo Booth Bachelorette Party Games

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The photo booth is a trademark party game—it’s not a real bachelorette party without one. Other than the DIY photo booth, you can do a costume relay or a scavenger hunt, where you give out photo prompts for the guests to follow. Here’s how to make it happen:

  • DIY Photo Booth: Classic, but still fire! Create a backdrop, throw in some props, and set up a designated area for fun photo ops. 
  • Costume Relay: Bring on the dress-up shenanigans! Split the squad into teams, throw out a box of wild costumes and props, and see who can strike the most epic pose.
  • Scavenger Hunt: Talk about an unforgettable photo collection! Hand out epic photo prompts that guests can search for, pose, and capture all night long. 

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Wedding-Themed Bachelorette Party Games 

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There’s no better way to get ready for a wedding than playing hilarious wedding-themed games. Here are some of our favorites: 

  • Mad Libs: Get ready for some major LOLs with this classic kids' game with a wedding twist. Write a wedding-themed story with some well-timed blanks and have the guests take turns yelling funny, unexpected, and outrageous words. Finally, read the narrative once the blanks are all filled, and get ready for some laughs! 
  • Pictionary: It’s time to turn those doodles into joy. Split the crew into teams and let the artistic chaos unfold. See if your teammates can guess what wedding-related phrase you’re sketching!
  • Bridal Trivia: Get the convos flowing and brains popping. This one’s all about wedding-themed facts and trivia. Test guests' knowledge of wedding traditions, juicy celebrity weddings, and romantic movies in a friendly competition.

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Food and Drink Bachelorette Party Games 

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For any foodie bride-to-be, food and drink games are a must-add to your bachelorette bash. These games are a feast for the senses with a healthy side of laughter and bonding. See which of these you can savor: 

  • Recipe Exchange: This one’s a keeper! Ask guests to bring a favorite recipe and share the story behind it. By the end, you’ll have a mouthwatering collection of culinary memories. 
  • Blindfolded Taste Test: If you want to experience some hilarious moments, the blindfolded taste test is your go-to game. Blindfold your guests and have them guess the ingredients or flavors of different dishes, snacks, or cocktails. Get ready for some wild and wacky guesses!
  • Mixology Challenge: Time to bond and taste the goodness! Either solo or as a group, challenge your guests to create a signature mocktail or cocktail. Then, it’s time to taste, vote, and announce the winning concoction. 

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Sentimental Bachelorette Party Games

Your friend is about to leave singlehood and enter a matrimony. What are some things you’d like her to do or know? Experience beauty and camaraderie with the following games for a bachelorette party: 

  • Bridal Bucket List: The before “I do” adventure list. Have guests jot down some adventurous or fun activities for the bride to experience before her big day. This bucket list will become her go-to inspiration for creating lifelong memories. 
  • Advice Jar: Marriage doesn’t come with a how-to guide, right? So, have each guest drop advice or well wishes into a jar. These heartfelt messages will be a constant reminder of all the love and support the bride has from her squad.  
  • Guess the Love Song: Bring on the nostalgia and joy! Play short snippets of romantic love songs and have guests guess the song title or artist. It's a lovely musical trip down memory lane!

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Active Bachelorette Party Games

Bring the energy with some active games that’ll have you laughing non-stop. Get your crew movin’ and groovin’ with these fun game ideas:

  • Bachelorette Charades: A hilarious and entertaining wedding twist on the original charades game. Act out those hilarious wedding-related words or phrases (think “bridezilla”) without saying a word. See who is vibing with you and can guess what you’re trying to say. 
  • Wedding Freeze Dance: It's time to get that dance party started! Play some fun and upbeat wedding-themed jams, and have the guests dance around like there’s no tomorrow. But when the music stops, freeze in whatever silly or creative pose you’ve gotten yourself into.
  • Bride and Seek: Enjoy the thrill of the hunt with a twist on the classic hide-and-seek. Designate an area for guests to hide and have the bride search them out.

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One-Minute Bachelorette Party Games

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Ready to turn up the fun factor at your bachelorette bash? Let the games begin with our unique "Minute to Win It" challenges that are sure to bring out the playful and competitive side of everyone in attendance.

From popping champagne corks with precision to crafting the perfect cocktail in a hurry, these games are designed to add a dash of delightful chaos and lots of laughter to your celebration, all while racing against the clock.

  • Ring Toss: Players must toss a certain number of rings onto a champagne bottle within a minute.‍
  • Wedding Word Scramble: Players must unscramble a list of wedding-related words within one minute.‍
  • Lipstick Challenge: Blindfolded players must apply lipstick as neatly as possible within one minute, and the best application wins.
  • Shake it Off: Players have a minute to shake out all ping-pong balls from a tissue box tied to their waists.‍
  • Cup Stack: Players must stack a set of plastic cups into a pyramid and then unstack them within one minute.‍
  • The Gown Race: Players must create a “wedding gown” using toilet paper rolls within one minute. The most creative gown wins!‍
  • Balloon Pop: Players must pop a certain number of balloons using only their hips within one minute.‍
  • Bouquet Toss: Players must toss a small bouquet into a bucket or a hoop from a set distance, aiming to get as many in as possible within one minute.‍
  • Veil Head Catch: Players wear a headband (the "veil") with a sticky surface and must catch as many small, light objects (like paper balls or marshmallows) thrown by another player within one minute.‍
  • Cocktail Mix: Players have one minute to whip up a cocktail from a list of ingredients. The best mix, as judged by the bride-to-be, wins!
  • Diamond Hunt: Hide “diamonds” (pieces of plastic or crystal gems) around the room. Players have one minute to find as many as they can.
  • Champagne Cork Pop: Players have one minute to pop a bottle of champagne and attempt to hit a target with the cork.‍
  • Blindfolded Bouquet Design: With a blindfold, players have one minute to create a bouquet using a set of given flowers and accessories. The most beautiful bouquet, judged by the bride, wins.

It’s all fun and games when everyone gets to play. Trust us when we say joint bachelor and bachelorette parties are a trend worth checking out. Besides the bonus of saving money, less planning for the bride and groom, and easy travel for out-of-town guests, there is nothing like having close friends and family members in the same room for some pre-wedding excitement. 

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How Well Do You Know the Bride? 

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How to play: The maid of honor has a list of questions to ask at the bachelorette party to see who knows the bride best! We love this as an ice-breaker for those who still don’t know each other all that well. 

This game shouldn’t be a roast, Batch fam (unless that’s what the bride is into). Use your judgment because you know her best! When in doubt, stick with funny stories and endearingly embarrassing childhood memories.

Duration: 20–30 minutes

What you’ll need: A maid of honor willing to do the expansive research is required to develop a list of 50+ questions about the bride-to-be. These questions should come from various sources: childhood friends, sorority sisters, parents, siblings, teachers, coaches, and anyone else who will help you craft a surprising, versatile, and delightful list of questions.

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Pin the Kiss on the Gosling

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How to play: Blindfold the attendees, spin ‘em around, then nudge them toward a poster of the bride’s celeb crush or a print-out of the groom!  Watch as they attempt to plant a lips sticker somewhere close to the mouth (though most likely ending up smooching an ear). It also works with other stickers for a racier version of the game. 

Duration: 15 minutes

What you’ll need: A blindfold, a poster of the bride’s celebrity crush, dozens of lip stickers, and world-class balance. 

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The Newlywed (Batch version)

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How to play: Quiz the bride about how well she knows her future husband—everything from his favorite cocktail to the moment he first fell in love. See if the bride can guess what the groom said! Feel free to FaceTime the groom for this activity; it’s always fun to see the partner’s reaction.

Want to raise the stakes? Of course you do. Make the bride-to-be drink her White Claw or take a shot for every question she answers incorrectly.

Duration: It can take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. It totally depends on how many questions you include and whether you might have any additional activities involved (physical challenges, re-enactments, etc.).

What you’ll need: A list of starkly original questions and a stealthy journalist to pump the groom for answers ahead of time. 

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Prosecco Pong

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How to play: Once your crew is loosened up with icebreakers and trivia, throw it back to college with a game of pong. But since your crew is all grown up and veritably dripping with class these days, let the prosecco flow like the Keystone used to. 

Duration: You could play this game all day (or night) long. Split up into teams of two and let the prosecco pong tournament commence. 

What you’ll need: Prosecco drinks, 12 plastic cups, a ping pong ball, and a flat surface or table. 

Alternatives: Slap Cup and Flip Cup are fun, nostalgic college games to play at a bachelorette party that will have the whole gang fired up.

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Lingerie Guessing Game

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How to play: Everyone brings a new piece of lingerie that reminds them of the bride. Then, the bride is presented with each piece of underwear. You can decorate a room with all of them, and she has to guess to whom each belongs. We love this as a fun, creative way to gift the bride!

Duration: 20 minutes

What you’ll need: Let all the attendees know ahead of time to select a piece of lingerie, and be sure to leave time for decorating the room! Supply the bride-to-be with a notepad to jot down who she thinks brought what. Again, there’s always the option to make her drink for each incorrect guess. 

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Saran Wrap Batch Ball

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How to play: This is about as no-frills as it gets. Wrap multiple treasures—candy bars, gift cards, an airplane bottle of Fireball, weed gummy, Smirnoff Ice, or coal into a saran wrap ball. When it’s your turn, be sure to unwrap as fast as you can since there’s a time limit! The person to your left will be rolling two dice to get doubles. Continue unwrapping the saran ball until they roll doubles on the dice. Obviously, the bachelorette gets dibs on unwrapping first.

Duration: 15–30 minutes.

What you’ll need: An unlimited amount of saran wrap, two dice, dozens of alcoholic and non-alcoholic treasures and trinkets, and a maid of honor with strong wrists and plenty of time on her hands. 

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Dirty Minds 

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How to play: Purchase this list of naughty riddles for $3 bucks, print them out, and hand one to each attendee. Remember: a creatively inappropriate answer is worth way more points than the right answer. 

Duration: 20 minutes

What you’ll need: Print-outs, pens, and at least one thoroughly, wonderfully filthy mind. 

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Heads Up!

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How to play: Pick a category. A word will appear at the top of your screen (which you can’t see), and you’ll have to guess the words using your friends’ clues.

Duration: 15–60 minutes

What you’ll need: One working cell phone, the Heads Up! app, and many, many White Claws. 

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Competitive Games: Battle of the Sexes

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Lock horns with the opposite sex and see who comes on top with these competitive, adrenaline-rushing games. 

#1 Tug of Love

Did you ever play tug-of-war in elementary school? Divide guests into teams and engage in a friendly tug-of-war, pitting the bridesmaids against the groomsmen. Pull with all your might! Who knew you could turn a bridal party into a workout?

#2 Couples Trivia Challenge

Alright, folks, it's pop quiz time. Test how well couples know each other through a series of questions, with the bride and groom participating. Inside jokes? Quirks? Be prepared for some laughter (and air your dirty laundry in public). 

#3 Wedding Relay Race

Design a relay race with various wedding-themed tasks involving teamwork and friendly competition between mixed teams. Some fun ideas include wedding cake decoration, a bouquet toss, and our personal favorite—veil relay.

Participants must wear a wedding veil, run to the turnaround point, and return to their team to pass it on to the next member. The veil must be securely worn on each participant's head throughout the leg of their run.

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Romantic Games: Love Is in the Air

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Induce romance in the room with these cute games involving the bride, the groom, and the guests. 

#1 Newlywed

Do you want an activity that encourages laughter and amusement for guests? The Newlywed is a classic game where the engaged couple answers questions about each other with hilarious and heartwarming results. Everyone can learn more about their relationships while bringing a sense of togetherness among attendees.

#2 Romantic Scavenger Hunt

Create a joint scavenger hunt where the bride and groom search for items or complete tasks together, celebrating their love. Are there any items that remind them where they first met? What about hiding a champagne bottle to celebrate their love? It’s the perfect activity to take the edge off the wedding planning stress, allowing them to relax and enjoy each other's company before the big day. 

#3 Love Song Lip Sync Battle

What’s a better icebreaker than making people perform in front of an audience? Split guests into teams and have them perform lip-synced renditions of romantic songs, competing for the best performance. "You're beautiful just the way you are." Thanks, Bruno Mars.

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Dance and Music Games: Shake and Move

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Flex your singing and dancing skills in front of the guests, and let the music create a memorable vibe. Below are some ideas you can use. 

#1 Dance-Off

Are you ready to turn up the heat and take your party up a notch? Host a dance-off between the bridesmaids and groomsmen, showcasing their best moves. It's like a friendly rivalry with a dash of playful competitiveness—guests cheer for their favorite team, making everyone at the wedding party feel included. If you need some bachelorette party playlists, we’ve got you covered!

#2 Karaoke Showdown

Let the showdown begin! Create a karaoke competition where couples duet on romantic or fun songs, showcasing their singing talent. Ultimately, everyone's a winner, each couple taking home memories (and overcoming their stage fright). 

#3 Choreographed First Dance

Challenge the couple to learn and perform a special choreographed dance. Picture this: the lights are dim, the music starts, and all eyes are on the couple as they step onto the dance floor. Little do the guests know that they are about to witness a performance that will leave them speechless (or laughing). 

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Comedy and Entertainment Games: Laugh Your Ass Off

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Laughing and having fun go hand in hand, so bringing the fun to the table is a must. Check out some of the ideas you just have to try. 

#1 Comedy Roast

Allow close friends and family members to lovingly roast the bride and groom with funny anecdotes and playful jokes. Ready, set, and go as the roasters take their positions, armed with witty one-liners and hilarious stories. 

#2 Celebrity Couple Match-Up

Create a game where guests match celebrity couples, testing their knowledge of iconic romances. It's a delightful mix of wit, pop culture, and a touch of romance, making it a hit for everyone, from movie buffs to celebrity enthusiasts.

#3 Improv Games

Let's get everyone involved and laugh with fun improvisation games! One is "Party Quirks," where one person acts as the party host, and the guests are secretly given funny and unique character traits. The host's job is to determine who each guest is by observing their quirky behavior and mannerisms. It's a blast watching the host try to guess the funny identities.

Another game perfect for your joint bachelor/bachelorette party is "Three Word Story." Each person takes turns adding three words to a story, building on what the previous players said. It's a fantastic and fun way to get everyone interacting and having a great time together!‍

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Your Turn

Bachelorette party games work their magic in more ways than one. They create a laid-back and fun atmosphere and can bring everyone closer together, united in cheering and supporting their favorite couple.

These games are incredibly customizable, so you can get creative and tailor them to the couple's personalities and interests. They’re also the perfect way for everyone to socialize in the same room. 

No matter what your bride-to-be is into, one thing is certain: clean and inclusive games are the key to making a bachelorette party a hit for everyone. These games got you covered no matter where you’re coming from or what you’re into. They’re the secret ingredient that allows everyone to feel comfy and able to participate while still providing epic moments that will have you rolling with laughter.

If you are looking for spicier games, check out our list of dirty bachelorette party games.

FAQs

What games should you play at a bachelorette party?

Bachelorette parties can be a fun and wholesome experience, even without drinking or adult entertainment. There are plenty of games to play at a bachelorette party to have a blast with your friends and family. There’s Prosecco Pong, Dirty Minds, Heads Up!, Tug of Love, and Couples Trivia Challenge, to name a few. 

What is the cucumber game for a bachelorette party?

If you’re looking for wild bachelorette party ideas, you must play the cucumber game. It’s not for the faint of heart, so get ready for some hilarious fun. In this game, participants are given some cucumbers and bread knives and tasked with sculpting creative shapes out of them. Let your imagination run wild! 

What can we do at a bachelorette party?

Not all bachelorette parties are what you see on television. They don’t have to involve drinking or adult entertainment. Sometimes, they involve chilling with your girls and having the time of your life playing some funny bachelorette party games. 

What do most girls do at bachelorette parties?

Every bachelorette party is different. Some involve luxury cruises, while others involve drinking and playing party games. Most bachelorette parties are about creating wholesome memories with friends and family. Pre-wedding gift exchanges have also been a trend for a long while.

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