17 Free Bridal Shower Games

Fun and Free Games for a Wedding Shower

These free printable bridal shower games will make your bridal shower lots of fun with no chance of the guests getting bored. There are both classic and unique bridal shower games here so you should be able to find just what you're looking for.

These bridal shower games won't cost you anything, they're either free printables or ideas that use items you already have on hand. You can use as few or as many of the game ideas as you would like.

After you've gotten your free bridal shower games planned, check out these free bridal shower invitations that you can print right from your own computer. Your guests will love them.

Never hosted a bridal shower before? No worries! Here are some tips for bridal shower games as well as some prize ideas for bridal showers.

Bingo Bridal Shower Game

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Playing bingo as a bridal shower game is a game that your guests may expect but they'll also look forward to it. Often played to keep guests occupied during the gift opening section of the bridal shower, this is a fun game that's low key. More

Who Knows the Bride Best Bridal Shower Game

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Ask the guests to fill out the questionnaire so you can determine who knows the bride the best.

Here are some other formats for Who Know The Bride Best:

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Mad Libs Bridal Shower Game

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Mad Libs is a fun game for a bridal shower and can even be used as an ice breaker game if you ask people to partner up. Here you can print off three different types of bridal shower mad libs, Proposal, Bachelorette Party, and Honeymoon Plans.

Here are a few other mad libs that would work as well:

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What's in Your Purse? Bridal Shower Game

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This bridal shower game will have your guests digging through their purses to find out who has what items from the list. You'll be amazed at what some women carry around in their bag!

Here are some other versions of this classic bridal shower game:

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Bridal Shower Discovery Game

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This bridal shower game is perfect for an icebreaker to kick things off. Guests will work their way around the room trying to find things they have in common with the other guests. More

Bridal Shower Word Scramble

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A word scramble is the perfect bridal shower game to have your guests get started on right away. As they wait for the festivities to begin they can start unscrambling the wedding and bride related words.

Here are some other word scrambles:

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The Wedding Night Bridal Shower Game

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Here's a bridal shower game that's secretly played by one person or a few people while the bride is opening up her gifts. Little does the bride-to-be know that every reaction she has to the gifts is being written down. She and the rest of the guests will be let in on the joke after the presents are open. More

Couples Icebreaker Bridal Shower Game

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This bridal shower game doubles as an icebreaker game and is perfect for getting your guests loosened up and ready to have some fun. As your guests enter the party give them each a celebrity or famous couple name and then let them find the other part of the couple by asking the other guests questions.

Here's a list of cartoon couples and animated couples for a different twist. More

Bridal Shower Anagrams

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Add the name of the couple at the top of a piece of paper for each guest and have the guests create words from the letters in the couples' names. You can time this game and give a prize to the guest who comes up with the highest number of words. More