Bridal Shower Games With Questions About the Groom

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Bridal Shower Games With Questions About the Groom
Games at a bridal shower can add to the fun. (Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Bridal shower games add to the fun of a shower and provide for some challenging questions and possible prizes. Games based on the bride's future husband can be a fun way to find out who knows the groom best and tell how well the bride knows him too. Learning bridal shower games that involve questions about the groom can let people get to know the groom-to-be a little better.

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Groom Jeopardy

A Jeopardy-style question and answer game can provide competitive fun at the shower. Set up categories such as family, career, favourite things like music and random facts with questions accordingly. Divide shower guests into teams and let them answer various questions in these categories that range from easy to hard. The bride can help answer questions and oversee games as the game show host.

The Happy Couple

Another game that involves questions about the groom is "How Well Do You Know the Happy Couple?" Make worksheets with questions about how the couple met, how the groom proposed, what their wedding song is or other questions pertaining to them. Guests can each fill out questionnaires to find out who truly knows the couple. Go over questions and have the bride fill in the answers. Whoever gets the most right wins.

Newlyweds Game

Have a Newlyweds-style game in which the bride is shown questions the groom answered and must guess what he answered. You can interview the groom prior to the shower to get his answers to questions like favourite song, dream job, what he would change about himself and other questions of that nature. To make the game even more competitive have the bride compete against shower guests and any answer she gets wrong, guests can try and steal.

What The Groom Wore

Play a game of "What the Groom Wore." Set up a random time for the groom to stop by the shower with an excuse. The groom can stop in and briefly chat with guests then leave. Wait five minutes then pull out a sheet of paper and have guests write down what the groom was wearing with a one minute time limit. Guests can turn in their guesses and whoever had the closest description wins.

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