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Hen night games- doesn't involve drink?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by olipage, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    Does anyone know of any good hen night games that can be played without the need for alcohol?
    I am trying to organise the evenng events but I know the bride to be doesn't like to drink too much. So far I have a Mr and Mrs quiz and am compiling a memory book- any other ideas??
    PLease help... :)
     
  2. Hi,
    Does anyone know of any good hen night games that can be played without the need for alcohol?
    I am trying to organise the evenng events but I know the bride to be doesn't like to drink too much. So far I have a Mr and Mrs quiz and am compiling a memory book- any other ideas??
    PLease help... :)
     
  3. Ask everyone to bring a baby or child photo and play guess who



    Chocolate chilli roulette



    Pin the veil on the bride

     
  4. 1. Banned words – This is one of the games to play at a hens night that
    is fun to play throughout the night whether in a home or going out on
    the town. You start off with a list of words that can not be uttered
    during the duration of the party. Each person gets two tokens. If the
    person says the word, the person who “catches” them gets one of the
    tokens. At the end of the night the person with the most tokens gets a
    prize.

    2. Ugliest picture – This is something that takes a little pre party
    planning. This is also one of the games to play at a hens night that
    can be a lot fun and very entertaining. Each person is tasked with
    trying to dig up the ugliest possible picture of the groom they can
    find. This one is perfect for relatives.

    3. Quiz the bride – The hostess asks personal questions of the groom and
    each guest takes turns asking the bride to see how well she knows her
    intended. This is one of the games to play at a hens party that can be
    really funny.

    4. Treasure hunt – The party planners hide various items throughout the
    house and give each guest a card with clues. Each person has to find as
    many items as possible. The one with the most, wins. Items can be
    fairly sedate or as naughty as you dare!

    5. Write a Poem – Either romantic or bawdy, have teams come up with a
    little ditty and then vote on the best one. The hostess can arrange the
    completed poems in a keepsake for the bride later on.

    6. Marital bliss secrets – This is one of the games to play at a hens
    party that can last for a lifetime and can actually be very valuable.
    Have everyone write a sentence or two giving advice on keeping the
    marriage fun.

    7. Dress design – This is one of the games to play at a hens night that
    is great as an ice breaker. Have two teams use rolls of toilet paper to
    design a wedding dress for the model. Don’t forget to take pictures!

    8. Plant the Kiss on the Star – Everyone’s heard of pin the tail on the
    donkey. This is similar but instead of a donkey use a poster of a male
    model. Everyone has to try to kiss the guy on the lips.

    9. Truth or dare – This classic part of games to play at a hens night is great to get to know everyone at the party.

    10. Balloon pass – This is another good ice breaker. Use long balloons
    and fit them between the legs. Each person passes it to the next in
    line until the end. Whichever tem wins gets a prize.
     
  5. I went to a hen night where all the guests were from different parts of the bride to be's life and so didn't know each other well, if at all. we went out for a meal and the first part was making name badges - sparkly glitter pens, safety pins, card and tape for that one.

    Then we each had to share our favourite memory of our friendship with her, and that led on to lovely conversations/revelations about her past

    it sounds v dull, but it was really good fun! No-one, esp not the bride, was interested in a veil and condoms style drinkfest
     

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