Hosting a Baby Shower? Check out my top TEN Baby Shower Games complete with FREE Bingo Card Printables…
Find the Safety Pins
Place twenty Safety pins in a bowl of dry rice. Blindfold the person and have them try to find them (it’s much hard than it looks or sounds!)
Baby-Themed Price is Right:
Pick ten items ranging from diaper cream to formula to diapers and have guests guess the current prices of each item. The guest who gets the closest to the right price wins a prize!
Baby Shower Gift Bingo
This is the perfect game to play when the mom-to-be is opening gifts! Give each guest a bingo card that features items commonly found as gifts at a baby shower – bottles, pacifiers, diapers, gift cards, etc. As the mommy-of-honor opens gifts, guests mark off those items on their bingo cards until someone gets five in a row. Head HERE to print 12 FREE Baby Shower Bingo Cards.
Don’t Say “Baby” Game
Give every guest a safety pin or sticker. If the guest is caught saying the word “baby”, the pin/sticker is taken by the person who calls them on it. At the end of the shower, the person with the most pins/stickers wins a small gift.
Guess the Baby Game
Ask each guest to bring their own baby photo and then put each photo up on wall. Guests then have to correctly match baby photos to guest.
Create the Baby Game
Divide guest into several groups and give each group a printed picture of mom and dad (preferably 8×10 size of their face). Each group must work together to cut out different facial features of mom and dad and glue them together to form a picture of what the baby will look like.
What’s in the Diaper Game?
Purchase different chocolate candies (Snickers, Hershey’s, Reese’s, etc) and melt each variety inside a different diaper. Then pass the diapers around and have the guests guess which “candy” is in which diaper. It’s so funny and gets lots of laughs!
Mom-to-Be Memory Game
Place a bunch of different baby items on a tray and have the mom-to-be walk around the room asking each of the guests to look closely at the tray. Then have the mom-to-be to be leave the room and ask all the guests questions about mom-to-be and nothing about items on the tray. Suggested questions are “was she wearing earrings? were her nails painted?”
Write a Diaper Message
Have each guest write a cute/funny/encouraging message to the parents-to-be on the fold of a diaper so when the parents change the baby in the months to come, they get to read a nice message.
Bring Diapers and Enter to Win
Ask each guest in advance to bring an unwrapped package of diapers for a chance to win a special prize (like a $20 gift card to Starbucks) – with this incentive, the mom-to-be usually ends up with a HUGE supply of diapers!