Bachelorette party games: beautiful women happily dancing

Wedding planning can be stressful, but it’s also full of fun moments — including the bachelorette party. Whether planning a weekend getaway with bridesmaids or an evening of laughs with friends and family, no bachelorette party is complete without games.

With this ultimate guide to bachelorette party games, you’ll find ideas ranging from classic board games and scavenger hunts to trivia, lingerie bingo, and beyond. Game on!

Fun Bachelorette Party Game Ideas: 12 Ways to Celebrate

Bachelorette party games: women happily drinking

While the maid of honor or mother of the bride typically plans the bridal shower, bachelorette party planning isn’t as traditional. Perhaps you’re a family member, bridesmaid, or even the bride herself. Whatever the case, these fun bachelorette party games ensure everyone will have a blast celebrating the bride-to-be before the big wedding day

These bachelorette party ideas are easy to plan and you can adapt them to suit guest lists of any size — whether you’re keeping it small with the maid of honor and bridesmaids or inviting a large group of friends.

1. Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt

Plan a bachelorette party scavenger hunt to jumpstart some fun and friendly competition. Whether you’re hosting a Las Vegas bachelorette weekend or celebrating in your hometown, a scavenger hunt is easy to put together. 

Start by downloading affordable scavenger hunt sheets from a site like Etsy or Amazon. There are countless styles to match different bachelorette party themes. Make it as silly or outrageous as you want by adding items to the list as well as dares for guests to take on during the game.

2. Truth or Dare

Bachelorette party games: Party On Point Invitation

Design: Signature Greenvelope

Throw it back to your younger years and play this fun truth or dare game — with a bachelorette twist! Go around the room and have each person choose either to share a truth or do a dare. You can make a list of options beforehand to keep the game moving or let people come up with their own creative ideas.

Some fun truth ideas include:

  • Where’s the weirdest place you’ve hooked up?
  • What’s your go-to bedroom song?
  • What’s your biggest turn-off?

For dares, think about these ideas:

  • Flirt with the first stranger you see
  • Take an embarrassing selfie and make it your profile picture
  • Wear your underwear over your clothes for the rest of the day

3. Pin a Kiss on the Spouse-to-Be

A bachelorette spin on the classic game “Pin the Tail on the Donkey,” this one is sure to be a hit. Print out a large photo of the spouse-to-be — or better yet, a life-size cutout. Have guests apply lipstick or hand out lip-shaped stickers. Guests will put on a blindfold and pin the lip stickers on the cutout or kiss it. 

4. Never Have I Ever

Stir it Up Invitation

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This “drink if” game is perfect for any girls’ night or bachelorette bash. Sit together in a circle and pick one person to start. That person will choose a phrase stating something they’ve never done. For example, they may say “Never have I ever been to the place where the couple is honeymooning.” People who have been there would take a drink, and people who haven’t don’t. 

5. The Newlywed Game

Based on the famous TV show, this is a popular engagement party and bridal shower game. To play it at your bachelorette party, have the host connect with the spouses-to-be via email or a quick video call. 

The host should ask questions like:

  • How did you first meet?
  • Where was your first kiss?
  • Who’s the better cook?
  • What’s your partner’s dream date night?
  • If your partner was a movie character, who would they be?

Make a list of questions and ask both people the same ones, making sure to record their answers or write them down. At the bachelorette party, ask the bride-to-be to guess what her partner said. If she’s correct, everyone else drinks. If she’s wrong, only the bride takes a sip.

6. Guess Who

If you’re hosting a bachelorette event where the bridal party may not all know each other, play this icebreaker. Ask guests to write down a secret about themselves on a piece of paper. It can be as mundane or saucy as they want depending on their comfort levels.

Fold the paper in half and drop it into a bowl. Go around the room and have each person pick a piece of paper from the bowl. They’ll read it aloud and have to guess who wrote the secret. If they guess right, the person who wrote the secret drinks. If they’re wrong, the person who picked the paper will take a drink.

7. Prosecco Pong

Clink and Drink Invitation

Design: Elizabeth Silver

This “fancy” take on the classic beer-pong drinking game just feels more fun. Cover a table with a white tablecloth and use coupe, whiskey, or martini glasses instead of the classic red Solo cups. Fill each one with prosecco and grab a few ping pong balls. Divide into teams and face off to see who can get their ping pong balls in the glasses. If the other team gets the ball in a cup, you drink the glass of prosecco. The team that removes the most glasses from the opposing group wins.

8. Lingerie Shower Bingo

While a bridal shower is usually a more formal affair, a bachelorette party gives you the freedom to be a little more risqué. This game is perfect if you want to shower the bride-to-be with gifts that aren’t family-appropriate. 

Ask guests to bring a sexy gift for the bride, such as lingerie. At the event, hand out bingo cards with different gift ideas on it. As the bride opens gifts, guests can mark off the squares. The first person to get bingo wins a special prize.

9. Toilet Paper Wedding Dress

Girl's Best Friend Invitation

Design: Carmia Jordaan

This hilarious game pits teams against each other to design the best wedding dress — using only toilet paper. You can break the guests into teams or have everyone participate individually. Set a timer for 15 minutes, give everyone a roll of toilet paper or two, and get designing! At the end of the design time, have participants walk the runway in their creations and crown a winner.

10. Board Games

If the bride loves classic board games, incorporate them into the bachelorette party festivities. Adult games like Cards Against Humanity, Mad Libs, and naughty versions of Pictionary are a fun way to get guests laughing. To make this more fun, head to a local brewery without outdoor games like Giant Jenga or Twister.

11. How Well Do You Know the Bride Trivia

This icebreaker game is a fun way to discover how well people know the bride. Create a list of questions or skip the DIY approach and download printable versions online. 

Print out a list of questions such as:

  • Where was the bride born?
  • Where did the bride go to college?
  • How many siblings does the bride have?
  • What’s the bride’s favorite color?
  • When did the bride know [Partner’s Name] was the one?

12. Photo Booth

It’s not technically a game, but having a photo booth is a fun activity that ensures you make memories you’ll always remember. Add silly or saucy props to the photo booth and have guests take pictures throughout the event. Send the photos to guests after the party’s over or create a photo album as a keepsake. 

Make It Memorable with Bachelorette Party Games

With these 12 best bachelorette party games, you’re sure to make memories and have a great time celebrating — and they don’t take a ton of planning or effort to put together. Best of all, they’re a fun way to learn more about the couple (and other guests), allowing you to build deeper connections.

Excite guests about the special event with bachelorette party invitations to match any theme. From saucy and colorful to minimalist and glam, there’s a design style to suit your bachelorette bash. Best of all, you can customize every aspect of the template or upload your own custom design for a unique look.

Continue browsing our Stationers blog for more party planning ideas. From themes to easy-to-follow itineraries, you’ll find what you need for a memorable celebration.