Then someone – the MC, a member of the bridal party or a family member usually – asks a series of questions where the answer can be either the bride or the groom.For example: “Who wears the pants in the relationship? ” The couple each raise one of the shoes to represent themselves or their partner, often with hilarious results.If you’re in the bridal party, you may even be responsible for planning one of these bridal showers.One of the most popular bridal shower games these days is the Bridal Shower Question Card Game. It’s not overly embarrassing, it’s low energy, and it kind of reminds all of us of those quizzes we used to love taking online.There's no need for the only activity to be eating cake and watching the couple as they open their gifts.Instead, organize a bridal shower game or two (or three!
You will see from this post that you can dress the cards up, or dress them down based on your needs (and the amount of time you have).
Over the last year or so I’ve been noticing quite a few brides and grooms playing this fun little game at their reception, including Oded and Sarah, whose wedding we featured last week.
It works a little like the Mr & Mrs game on TV (or ‘Check Your Mate’ on South African TV, if you’re as old as I am – remember that?
Today, I’m compiling all of my resources for the bridal shower question game in one place.
This post will answer: I was first introduced to the Bridal Shower Question Card Game by my friend Marie.