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09 May 2011

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J (Sparkly Love)

I think this is a fun idea and I'm all for new bridal shower games! Another idea (works really well if you have women on the grooms side attending who might not know a ton about the bride) is a true/false type game. You can make two signs per guest that can just be printed on printer paper that have fun sayings like "oh no she didn't" & "heck yes she did." Then make statements about the bride while guests have to guess if it's true or false. You could even ask the bride to throw in a couple doozies that she thinks would stump even the closest in the crowd!

KissMyTulle

That is a FAB idea. I'm thinking that this game would get better after people started drinking...

Lauren @ ELD

LOVE!!!

KissMyTulle

YAY!!!

Laura In The Sky

I hosted my best friends bridal shower and we played this game but made up our own questions and answers :) It was fun!

KissMyTulle

Cool! Glad to know that this style of game has been well-received at past bridal showers. Thanks!

Kristen

A great ice breaker that is totally NOT LAME, is a crossword puzzle about the bride and groom. Most likely, the guests will know more about the bride or groom, so they will know some of the answers. They will have to chat to the other guests about the other answers --- this really breaks the ice and starts GREAT conversation!! If you don't think you can tackle making one of these on your own, try out this site - www.puzzledbride.com
- Inexpensive mad libs, crossword puzzles, word search and cootie catchers -- great designs and super fun!!

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