11. Don’t Say Baby!
So, you’re in a baby shower but you’re not allowed to say the word “baby” once the game starts.
How to play: If you’ve ever played the “you can’t say xyz” game when you were younger, you know that it’s a whole lotta fun trying to catch your friends say the prohibited word.
What you need: In this case, you need some clips, each guest needs to have them on their clothes. Whoever catches someone else, steals a clip. The person with the most clips at the end, wins!
12. Baby Emoji Pictionary
We’re in 2019 and most things are said with emojis right? But can your guests guess what you’re trying to say with a baby shower theme behind? This is very fun!
How to play: You can hand out these sheets (you can make your own, order them or print them out) and have your guests write down their answers beside each emoji combination.
What you need: Sheets with emojis combinations.
13. Baby True of False?
How to play: This is very much like a baby trivia. You can choose which questions and put your guests to the test with baby wisdom. If you’re a first time mom, you can also play along! Nobody is born knowing about everything, and it’ll be fun for everyone to play along. This is also a kid-friendly game, everyone can play along!
What you need: Print or make your baby trivia sheets.
14. Write a Message on a Diaper
How to play: During the shower, you can set up a booth like spot where your guests can leave their messages on the diaper. Let them know that they can be funny, sarcastic, sweet, lovely, they can write out anything they want. If you want to put a twist on this, you can have everyone write anonymous questions or phrases, see what they come up with!
What you need: Make or print where to write a message and pens.
15. Beer Bottle
If you’re having an “all-adult” baby shower, it’s likely that there will be some cool drinks going around and your guests will be having a good time. This is a very nice game if you have beer and lots of people wanting to play along!
How to play: Just fill some baby bottles up with your favorite beer and see who chugs the fastest!
What you need: Baby bottles and favorite drinks.
16. Mommy or Daddy Trivia
How to play: Just like the “Who Knows Mommy Best” you can play along with daddy too or both parents. You can make simple, but still cute signs that represent either of them and make up some questions or download the templates online. Questions like, “who can play the guitar” or “who goes to sleep the earliest” are fun for guests to play along.
What you need: Questions, download or make sheets, and pens.
17. Guess Who?
Everyone was a baby at some point and everyone has cute photos of that time. This is a game that’ll take you back.
How to play: You can ask some of your closest friends for their childhood/baby photos and have other guests guess who they are. You can take turns, play in teams or have everyone guess at once. The person with the most guesses, wins!
What you need: Old photos!
18. Name that Baby Tune
How to play: Have you ever played “guess that song”? Well, this is very similar to that. Play a couple of baby tunes throughout the shower and have your guests guess what the name of it is. No cheating! You’ll need to make sure nobody is using any sort of app to guess or searching online. But apart from that, the person with the most points wins.
What you need: A list of songs, a downloaded template or make your own sheets.
19. Onesie Decorating
How to play: No competition here! However, mommy can pick the one she likes best and keep it for her baby in the future or hand out a prize.
What you need: You can get a whole bunch of white, plain onesies, some fabric paint and sharpies and let your guests have some creative fun. You’ll be surprised by how many cool designs come from this game.
20. Baby Time-Capsule
We’ve seen it movies, books and all types of stories. This doesn’t mean it can’t come true! A time capsule is an emotional and fun time for your closest friends and loved ones to leave for the baby to open in the future.
How to play: You can ask your guests to bring anything meaningful, letters, or any objects that’ll represent something for the baby when the time comes to finally open it.
What you need: Some sort of container to keep all the objects in.