Your bridesmaids and maid of honour are bound to host a bridal shower or Jack and Jill for you. This is the perfect time to get the fun started! Why wait until the wedding day? Every bridal shower or Jack and Jill needs a game or two (maybe even three). For a wide variety of game ideas perfect for any bridal shower or Jack and Jill!
This simple activity works wonders at more sophisticated bridal showers or Jack and Jills. This party game is sure to relax the engaged couple before and after the wedding day!
This game is ideal for themed bridal showers or Jack and Jills as it really allows party guests to safely mingle with one another without those awkward silent moments.
This is an easy wedding activity that can be added to any bridal shower or Jack and Jill. This wish tree will also establish a natural focal point for party guests to gather around and chat with one another.
Have a bridal shower on the go and celebrate everything that makes Toronto wonderful! Bring a camera and loads of film as the group of the gals hit Toronto in style! Book appointments for various fun stops around the city. Visit the spa, have a facial, a foot massage, or how about a manicure?
Now that your gal pal is about to get married, a bridal shower or Jack and Jill is the ideal time to pass on the wedding wisdom of your party guests.
We all know how much women carry in their purses and bags. This game fares well at almost any bridal shower as the gals test their speed and coordination skills, racing against each other to retrieve the required items from their purses.
Guests at the Jack and Jill are sure to enjoy this hilarious spin-off of a classic children’s game involving push pins, paper flowers to represent the groom’s boutonniére, and a blindfold.
It’s now time for the Jack and Jill and you need a few games to test just how well the future groom knows the future bride. AND, you want the game to be a little frisky and unconventional? Then, this game idea may just work for you.
The happy fiancée is busily opening her gifts at her bridal shower (or Jack and Jill). As she does so, she makes various comments (e.g. “Oh my gosh…no way! That’s huge!”). Have someone feverishly write down all her exclamations of joy. Continue to jot down any esctatic comments made by the bride until all gifts have been opened.
Is the future groom a lover of a famous reality show? Ask the bride-to-be for a list of favourite foods, objects, or smells that are related to their relationship (e.g. chocolate, strawberry bubble gum, game of Scrabble. Please try to keep this somewhat sanitary and safe!)