7 Best Hen Party Games
What is a hen party without fun games that get you giggling and most importantly a little bit tipsy? These hen party games are bound to make you LOL. Here are the seven best hen party games out there that will create your last day of freedom a day to remember!
1 – Maltesers Mouth
This game is very simple but is sure to bring out those laughs. First, get all your hens to sit around in a circle and empty a packet of those delightful Maltesers into a bowl. Leave the Maltesers bowl in the middle of the table (you might see some hens drooling at this pleasant site.)
Pass a drinking straw around along with a bowl for each hen.
Each member has exactly 30 seconds to try and pick up Maltesers using the straw and pop it in their own bowl. No hands allowed!
The game finishes when everyone has had their turn.
Member with the most Maltesers in their bowl wins! They might get another packet of Maltesers all for themselves as a prize!
What you need: Maltesers, drinking straws, bowls.
2- The Bubble Gum Game
This game requires a bride-to- be.
All hens should start by writing down few questions about the groom (hens should drill the groom before the party to dish out those juicy secrets)
Once all the questions have been written down, gather them all into a bowl and hand the bowl to the bride.
The bride opens each note and tries to answer the questions.
For any wrong answer, she must put the bubble gum in her mouth.
The harder the questions, more fun the game becomes, so make sure to drill the groom down for the deep stuff.
All fun and laughs sides, do make sure that the bride doesn’t choke!
What you need: Bubble gum, bowl, questions about the groom.
3 – Pop that Balloon
This hen party game can be as risky or as hilarious as you want. All you need to do is brainstorm some reckless dares and write them down on a piece of paper.
Put each dare into a balloon.
Line up all the hens and ask them to pop each balloon, whichever dare they get, they must do!
Make it extra funny – they must pop the balloon with their bum.
What you need: Balloons, notes with dares.
4 – DIY Bride
Hens, it’s time to get those fashion designing talents out. This is one of the simplest yet creative hen party games out there!
Simply divide the group into two parts: Hen Plucker and Hen Clucker. Each group must come up with a wedding dress made out of toilet paper ONLY! The design with the best and most creative dress wins!
The prize ideas are beyond limit but let’s face it, shots or cocktails will be the best one!
What you need: toilet paper
5 – Drink if
Follow the tasks on the list and drink if any applies to you!
The objective of the game is – get drunk!
(You can access the printable version by also clicking on the image below.)
What you need: Alcohol, task list.
6 – Words not allowed
This is one of the most common hen party games that is bound to make everyone drunk.
Get a list of words (5- 10 words max), these will be the words you are not allowed to say.
If any member ends up saying it, they must drink.
Make it extra crazier and entertaining by adding dares for everytime someone says the forbidden word.
What you need: List of words, a list of dares.
7 – Trip down memory lane.
Last but definitely the most amusing one of all, might even leave you a bit emotional.
Each hen at the party should write down the place where and how they met the bride. After every hen has written is down, put all the notes in the bowl.
Now, it’s time for the bride to match the memory to the correct hen.
For every wrong answer, the bride must be punished! Punishments can be from dares to drinking, the ultimate power resides with the hens.
Make the memories as funny and embarrassing as possible, this will sure to get some laughs out.
What you need: notes for writing the memory, dares, drinks, bowl.
Kitchen Shower Game
The Kitchen Shower game is a simple, fun, funny, and wholesome hen party game. All you have to do is ask all the guests to bring or buy a kitchen utensil for the bride. Once the guests arrive at the party, collect those utensils, add a ribbon to each of them, and let the bride wear all of them.
Once all of them are on the bride, let her walk around the room wearing them. Make sure to take some pictures as she models all those utensils around the room!
Add a twist to the Kitchen Shower game with another “kitchen related game” and play Kitchen Utensil Scramble! To play this game, give each guest a sheet of paper with 10 to 20 scrambled words. Those words should all be items found in the kitchen. Mix up those letters really good! The one that gets all the correct answers… wins!
Know the Groom
If you already know the bride quite well, then test yourselves how much you know about the groom with this hen party game! So, if you’re tasked with organizing the games, take some time before the party to prepare 20 questions about the groom. Then, get the right answers by interviewing a couple of the groom’s best friends.
When it’s time to play Know the Groom, ask all the guests to guess how many questions the bride will answer correctly. Take bets if you want and get money from everyone! You can let the winner take half of the money pooled and half can be used to buy more drinks!
If you want to make the bride blush during her hen night, you might want to play the Balloon Questions game. This game can be a lot of fun. At the same time, it is a fun way to learn more about the bride.
How is this game played? First off, the organizer should write down around 10 embarrassing questions on scraps of paper. Before inflating the balloons, those pieces of paper should already be inside them.
To play the game, during her hen night, have all of those balloons tied up in front of the bride. She should pop each balloon one at a time and answer the question found inside. If she does not answer the question or if she gives the wrong answer, the bride should take a shot. This game is a great way to get the bride drunk and make everybody laugh!
How Well Do You Know the Bride?
As the bride’s closest friends and relatives, you all should know the bride pretty well. This game tests your knowledge! So, who knows the bride best? You will find out after playing this hen party game.
How does the game work? It is quite simple. The one organizing the festivities should prepare a questionnaire with around 20 questions and have a “one on one” interview with the bride first. The questions can be as simple as, “what is your favorite color?” Get creative and include more personal questions.
For the event, hand out copies of the questionnaire and pens. Then, give all the guests some time to answer all the questions. When the time’s up, check the answers. Of course, the one that gets the highest number of correct answers… wins! Make sure to have enough hen party favors and prizes.
Drawing skills are always a bonus, but not really that necessary. Bridal Pictionary is just like the ordinary Pictionary game with an added twist!
Preparing for this game is relatively easy. The game’s organizer should write words that are related to marriage or weddings on scraps of paper. Those pieces of paper are then placed inside a bag or any other container.
How do you start playing? First, divide all the guests into team A and B. Then, for each round, a member of a particular team will be requested to be the “artist.” She should pick a word and draw in such a way that her team mates can guess what the word she just picked. If her team mates do not have the correct answer, the other team has a minute to get the right answer. The team gets a point for each correct answer. Of course, at the end, the team with the highest number of points… wins!