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Baby Shower Party Supplies - Baby Shower Games

Party Resource Guide
Presented by Event & Wedding Planners

Personalized Stork Standee Each

Personalized Stork Standee Each

Our exclusive Personalized Stork Standee features a white stork holding a pink sign on a pink background. Each free standing cardboard stork standee measures 45 inches wide x 73 inches high and includes your personalized message. Use the Personalized Stork Standee to add a special message for your baby shower! Easy assembly required.

Baby Bootie Baby Shower Games

Play hilarious games at your baby shower- from creative to downright wacky- and then make sure that the Mommy-to-be gets all the Bootie (good stuff)!

Bootie Toss

Object
Test your guest's baby knowledge, and send mom home with a cute gift.
Play
Before the shower pick up a cute little pair of baby shoes. You will need just one baby bootie for this game, but mom can take the pair home with her at the end of the party. Have all guests stand in circle. As the bootie get tossed from guest to guest (in no particular order), each guest that catches the bootie has to name an item that a baby needs. Answers cannot be repeated. Guests only have 5 seconds to think of something; if they cannot name an item, they are out. This game at first is very easy, but as normal baby items get used up, people start to get more creative. The last guest standing with the bootie in hand wins the game.

Match the Socks

Object
Okay, so this one doesn't involve booties, but this game is a lot more fun with socks because guests have to match 'em up fast!
Play
Before the shower ask guests to bring a cute pair of baby socks - patterned socks make this game especially fun. At the party separate the socks and toss them in a pile. Each guest gets 10 seconds to match them. If you have a big crowd and a lot of socks, allow more time. The guest with most matches wins a prize, and the mother-to-be gets to take home all the socks.

 

Candyland Baby Shower Games

We've got the sweetest baby shower games around! Each of these games have something to do with - you guessed it, candy.

Guess the Jelly Beans

Object
An oldie but a goodie, and just like the name says, guests must guess the number of jelly beans in a jar.
Play
An oldie but a goodie. Fill a large clear container with jelly beans (unless you have a lot of chocolate lovers in the group, then kisses or other candy will work just as well). Have each guest make a guess as to how many pieces of candy are in the container. The guest who comes closest without going over wins the jar of candy.

Candy Scramble

Object
See which guest can unscramble candy names the quickest.
Play
Make a photcopied list of the names of kids candy - ring pop, nerds, snickers, gummy bears - with the letters scrambled. Pass out the pieces of paper to the guests, and give them three minutes to figure out the names of the candy! The guest with the most correct answers wins a prize.

 

Our Favorite Baby Shower Games

Check out favorite baby shower games - some oldies, some with a new twist, and some that will leave the mother with a keepsake of her baby shower!

Measuring Up Mommy

Object
See who can most closely guess the size of mom's tummy.
Play
For this game, you will need a couple of rolls of toilet paper. Have each guest estimate how much paper it will take to go all the way around the new mommy's stomach, and tear off that much toilet paper. Then each guest wraps their piece around her pregnant tummy to see who's guess is most accurate. The most accurate measure wins a prize.

Here's Lookin' At You, Kid!

Object
See which guest can identify the most baby pictures.
Play
Before the shower, ask each of your guests to bring baby pictures of themselves. Lay them out on the table and number each one. Give each guest a pen and paper, and number as many lines as there are photos. Then have guests guess which person at the shower matches each baby photo by writing their name next to the number that corresponds with each picture. Guest with the most correct answers wins a prize.

Don't Say Baby

Object
Just like the name implies: see who can make it through the shower without saying "baby"!
Play
When each guest enters the room, hand them one diaper pin and tell them that for the length of the shower they can't say the word "baby". During the shower, when someone accidentally says the forbidden word, the person who catches them saying it gets to take their diaper pin away from them. The person with the most diaper pins at the end of the shower wins the game.

Wearing A Memory

Object
Okay, this isn't really a game, but it's fun for the guests, and the mommy-to-be gets to take away a keepsake of her shower.
Play
Get a hospital gown like the one she'll be wearing on the Big Day, and lay it out flat on a table with some fabric markers. Have each guest write a special note to the guest(s) of honor. Whether or not she wears this when the baby is born, the mom has a lasting memory of everyone who attended her baby shower.

Baby Truth or Dare

Object
To test your guest's baby know-how.
Play
Before the shower, write down some baby trivia - some of the trivia should be purposely incorrect. At the shower, ask certain people if these baby "facts" are true or false. If they guess correctly, they win a prize. If they are incorrect, the guest must perform a silly dare in front of everyone.

The Seventh Gift

Object
To add another element of fun to the gift opening.
Play
Tradition dictates that the woman who catches the bride's bouquet at a wedding will be the next to marry. Not so well-known is the fable that the giver of seventh gift unwrapped by the new mommy will be the next to have a baby. Don't tell the mommy, however, so she can't "plant" the seventh gift she unwraps.

 

"Firsts" Baby Shower Games

From creating a story to crafting a quilt, these games inspire creativity and fun, even if you don't come in "first".

Baby's First Piggy

Object
A creative way to fill up baby's first piggy bank.
Play
When guests arrive at the shower, tell them you are having a raffle for a door prize, $1 per ticket. The hostess should find the door prize - it could be anything from a gift certificate to a complimentary house cleaning. After everyone has arrived, have the mother pick a name out of the hat to see who wins the prize. All the money gets put into the baby's first piggy bank!

Baby's First Quilt

Object
Create a keepsake for mom and baby
Play
This makes for a fun activity long as someone knows how to sew. Cut out squares of fabric that would be easy to decorate (cotton or muslin in solid colors), one for each guest. Have decorative items on hand, like ribbons, puffy paint, buttons, etc. Give each guest their piece of the quilt, have them decorate it for the baby, then have them sign their name to their piece. After the shower, have someone sew together the top of a very memorable baby quilt!
 

 

Rub-a-Dub Baby Shower Games

Which guest is going to clean up at these silly baby shower games that have to do with the bathtub? The only way to know is to play them!

Rub-a-Dub Price is Right

Object
Test your guest's knowledge of supermarket prices.
Play
Before the party buy an assortment of inexpensive baby bath items and keep track of the price of each item. Make a list of each item and at the shower pass out a copy to each guest. Display the items and challenge the guests to guess the price of each item on their piece of paper. The guest with the most correct (or closest) answers wins. And mom takes home a very practical gift.

Bath Time Memories

Object
Get guests to participate in making a keepsake bath gift for mom and baby.
Play
Buy a large white hooded bath towel for baby. At the shower set up a table with the towel and an assortment of non-toxic fabric paints or markers. Much like a guest book, as each guest arrives have them sign the towel or draw a cute picture. At the end of the party let mom take it home.

Ducks in the Tub

Object
Simple--to make sure your guests find something fun and memorable around every turn!
Play
Fill the bathtub with rubber duckies, a few of them marked on the bottom with a star or a number. Leave a sign in the bathroom asking guests to please choose a duckie and look on the bottom to see if they've won a prize.

 

 

Sentimental Baby Shower Games

When you want to take a break from the silly games, get all the guests involved in one of these sentimental favorites.

Happy Birthday Baby

Object
To provide mom and baby with a gift that keeps on giving for years to come.
Play
Before the shower insert blank greeting cards into unsealed envelopes. Number each envelope according to the number of guests at the shower. Provide guests with the envelopes, colored pencils, stickers and other crafty supplies so that they can make a birthday card for each year of baby's life.

Time Capsule

Object
Get guests to participate in making a keepsake for the baby.
Play
For when the baby grows up, have each guest bring a timely memento from the present day (a cd single of a popular song, a newspaper, etc.), and put all of the items in a decorated box that says "To the Baby". Then when the baby gets to be 18, she can open it and see what was current when she was born.

Baby's First Quilt

Object
Create a keepsake for mom and baby
Play
This makes for a fun activity long as someone knows how to sew. Cut out squares of fabric that would be easy to decorate (cotton or muslin in solid colors), one for each guest. Have decorative items on hand, like ribbons, puffy paint, buttons, etc. Give each guest their piece of the quilt, have them decorate it for the baby, then have them sign their name to their piece. After the shower, have someone sew together the top of a very memorable baby quilt!

 

 

Toyland Baby Shower Games

Play baby shower games like these at your childlike Toyland shower - contests that would make your kids squeal with joy!

Puzzle Power

Object
See which guest can put a child's puzzle together in the least amount of time.
Play
Before the shower buy three to four wooden tray puzzles - all should have the same number of pieces. At the shower divide guests into groups of three or four. One at a time gather each group around a table with a puzzle in front of each guest. When you say "go", guests race to see who can complete their puzzle first. The winner goes on to the next round. Continue rounds until only one winner is determined. The guest receives a prize and the new mom receives the puzzles for baby's toy box.

Nursery Rhyme Smarts

Object
Test your guest's knowledge of popular nursery rhymes.
Play
Before the shower, purchase a volume of nursery rhymes. Make a list of lines from the nursery rhymes such as "the dish ran away with the spoon" or "yes sir, yes sir three bags full". Don't be afraid to throw in a few tough ones! Make a copy for each guest and at the shower ask them to identify the title of each nursery rhyme. The guest with the most correct answers wins a prize, and the mother-to-be is presented with the book at the end of the game. A lovely gift!

 

TV and Music Baby Shower Games

Test your guests knowledge of television and music that's all about baby.

Sing It, Baby!

Object
The musical guest who thinks quick on her feet wins a prize.
Play
Have guests sit in a circle. Each guest has to sing a line from a song containing the word "baby", and when one guest is finished, the other guest has only 10 seconds to come in with the next song. Each guest who can't think of a song is out; the last guest singing wins a prize!

Name those Kids

Object
See which team can identify the most TV kids.
Play
Before the party, make a list of television shows with kid characters such as The Walton's, The Partridge Family, Family Ties, Leave it to Beaver and The Brady Bunch. Beside the name of the show write the number of children's names needed (The Brady Bunch requires six, etc.). If you think your guests might need a little help, at the bottom of the page write all the names needed so they can match the names with the shows. Have your guests play in teams of two or three, the team with the most correct answers wins!

 

 

 

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