Hens Party Games

Five Best Hens’ Party Games

The perfect hens’ party just wouldn’t be complete without a few classic hens’ party games. When you have a mixed group together who may have nothing in common other than the bride-to-be it can sometimes be a bit of a task to get the the party started and keep it moving, so we’ve put together our list of the five best hens’ party games guaranteed to liven things up.

Our list of hens’ party games can be tailored to suite, so be creative and make them naughty or nice to get the laughter, tears and bubbles flowing.

Pictures in the mirror

This hens’ party game is a great one to reminisce over special times shared with the bride-to-be, it can also be used as an icebreaker to introduce everyone. Along with their RSVP ask each of the hens to provide a photo of the bride-to-be that is significant to just them and the bride.

After a couple of rounds of bubbles put the bride-to-be out in front of the group to decide who each photo came from and tell the story behind it.

To change the game a little you can swap photos for objects that are special reminders of good times with the bride-to-be or you may want to keep it really simple and have your guest write a word or two on a slip of paper.

Punishment and reward can be added to this game, if the bride-to-be gets it wrong she takes a shot, if she gets it right all of the hens take a shot.

Just the facts

Find out how well the bride-to-be really knows her girls, this game can also be used as an icebreaker to introduce everyone. Along with their RSVP ask each of the hens to provide a fact about themselves and put these onto individual slips of paper, it’s best to print them or have the same the same person write them all so the bride can’t recognise her girls’ hand writing.

After a couple of rounds of bubbles put the bride-to-be out in front of the group and have her randomly select individual facts from a bowl or hat, read out the fact and say which of the hens it belongs to and explain a little about it.

Punishment and reward can be added to this game, if the bride-to-be gets it wrong she takes a shot, if she gets it right all of the hens take a shot.

Bad words

This hens’ party game is all about keeping the focus on the bride-to-be and the hens. In advance set out the list of bad words, these can be any words relevant to the group but most commonly used are the groom’s name, partners’ names, wedding, marriage, etc.

Each hen starts out with three clothes pegs pegged somewhere obvious on their outfit, when you catch someone saying one of the bad words claim one of their pegs as your own. The hen who accumulates the most pegs wins.

To change the game a little you could include bad activities like texting or communicating with partners.
Punishment can also be added to this game, in addition to loosing a peg the hen has to take a shot.

Balloon pop

Make your bride-to-be squirm. Have each of the hens write a question on a piece of paper and put it into a balloon and inflate it. Over the course of the hens’ party have the bride-to-be select random balloons to pop and answer the questions found inside. A shot is due for each unsatisfactory answer.

To be a little environmentally conscious the questions can be drawn from a bowl or hat rather than putting them into balloons.

He Said She Said

A little advance preparation is all that’s required to find out just how well the bride-to-be knows her man. Start out by asking the groom a set of questions beforehand and then at the hens’ party ask the bride-to-be the same questions to see see how well their responses match.

Add a bit of game show by videoing the groom’s responses and playing each one back after the bride has given her answer.
Punishment and reward can also be added to this game, if the bride-to-be gets it wrong she takes a shot, if she gets it right all of the hens take a shot.

Happy Hens’ Party

Hens’ party games can be a great way to break the ice, get everyone involved and get things going if the party slows down a little. But always remember to know your audience and keep things appropriate for the guests, you don’t want to offend Grandma Beryl because the bride will never hear the end of it.

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