The party game questions are the heart and soul of every good bachelorette party. With the bride-to-be celebrating her right of passage into married life, there are bound to be fun or even burning questions swirling around from both friends and family that they're dying to have answered. And a night full of activities like pampering trips to day spas or bar hopping and dancing is the perfect time to spill the deets.
Here are our favorite questions to ask when playing the "Who Knows Who Best" game at your bachelorette party.
This bachelorette party game is played by coming up with a list of questions in advance, which are sent to the bride’s partner. Once he has filled out the list of questions with his answers, the bridesmaids pose the questions to the bride, who answers first. The bridesmaids then see if the bride’s answers match what her partner said!
The questions work best when they are tailored to your insider knowledge about the couple. If the groom always has the same stress dream before a big day at work, or the bride has a rare collection of spiders, then those are great areas to ask questions about in this fun game. The general questions are amusing, but try to think about unique quirks and tics specific to the couple, and ask them questions about those.
Of course, some questions can be pretty tame, or at least comfortable for a wide range of bachelorette party guests. However, if you want your bachelorette party to have more of a wild side, then think more salaciously, and don’t be afraid to ask more bold quiz questions. When it comes to bachelorette party etiquette, the most important tip is to know your audience.
Here are some great questions to ask for this bachelorette game idea:
Another fun game idea is to get the bridesmaids in on the question action and see who, among her best friends, knows her the best. This game can be a fun, sweet game between friends. Sometimes, wedding parties can have tensions between different groups of friends and some relatives, so don’t try to pit different bridesmaids against one another. Ultimately, the point is for the bride to feel loved, so while a little bit of roasting is fine, don’t go overboard. Your audience will probably guide how tame, or risque, you want the bachelorette party game questions to be.
Here are some great questions to see who knows the bride best:
No matter what kind of bachelorette party you’re throwing, the party game questions are always a hit, so make sure to include them as part of the bachelorette party checklist. This Zola list of best bachelorette party game questions will get you started in the right direction.