Bachelorette parties are known to be free, fun and sometimes wild. In line with this, you can use a couple of games to keep the fun rolling especially if there is a drop in activity during the party.

    There is a wide range of things you can use as appropriate party games in a Bachelorette party. Remember to modify each game to suit your audience and get the correct balance of raunchiness without disgusting some or most of the guests.

    Scavenger Hunt

    Create a scavenger hunt for the bride and her party. You can set up various challenges and tasks that the bride and her friends have to complete, such as taking a photo with a stranger or getting a stranger to buy them a drink. The team that completes the most challenges wins a prize.

    Blindfolded Makeover

    Blindfold the bride and have her friends give her a makeover. The twist is that the friends have to guide her with their voice and instructions only. The finished product could be hilarious and a great photo opportunity.

    Bachelorette Bingo

    Create bingo cards with wedding and bachelorette-related phrases, such as “bride-to-be,” “wedding dress,” “ring,” and “L-plates.” Guests can mark off each square as they spot the phrases or items during the party. The first person to complete a line or the entire card wins a prize.

    Kiss the Stud

    Print out a picture of the bride’s favorite celebrity or heartthrob and cut out a section of the lips. Have guests take turns trying to pin the cut-out lips on the photo while blindfolded. The guest who gets the closest wins a prize.

    Bra Pong

    Set up a “pong” game with bras instead of ping pong balls. Hang up different sized bras on a board with point values assigned to each one. Guests can take turns throwing balls into the bras to earn points. The guest with the most points at the end of the game wins a prize.

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    Guess Who

    Have each guest write down a funny or embarrassing story about themselves on a piece of paper. Collect all the stories and read them out loud one at a time. The bride has to guess which guest the story belongs to. If she guesses correctly, the guest takes a drink. If she guesses incorrectly, the bride takes a drink.

    Bride Trivia

    Create a trivia game with questions about the bride and her groom. Guests can compete individually or in teams, and the person or team with the most correct answers at the end of the game wins a prize.