The Most Entertaining Bridal Shower Game - Free printables
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Easy and Fun Bridal Shower Game with Free Printables

In addition to our home projects, I always have a crafty project (or two) up my sleeve. A few months ago, I was asked to be a bridesmaid at my friend Meg’s wedding, and her sister reached out to me asking for help with fun bridal shower games.

Thinking back to fun bridal shower games, my sister planned a cool game at my shower. She collected a dozen photos of me at different times in my life and projected them onto the wall. The bridal shower guests guessed what year the photo was taken.

Even though I loved the game, putting a version together for Meg would have involved collecting and scanning a lot of photos, not to mention getting their dates correct.

Although it was a fun bridal shower game to play, I probably wasn’t the best person to head up that game.

I thought a little more and remembered my friend Tiff’s bridal shower. Tiff and her closest friends always go all out and plan the most awesome parties.

And, you know that I love a good theme party.

Tiff’s bridal shower theme was Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and everything was so amazing – from the invitation to the party props. (See her awesome invitations)

At Tiff’s bridal shower, we played the best bridal shower games. One of them was called Mustaches and Tiaras and it had bridal shower game questions about the couple. And, there were props! Everyone got tiara and mustache props (card stock cutouts glued to popsicle sticks).

How to Play this Fun Bridal Shower Game

​To play this fun bridal shower game, each player received one tiara, one mustache, and a list of questions that were asked to the bride and groom ahead of time. It’s basically a game of “Who said it?” with silly props.

The Hilarious Details

The bridal shower questions that the bride and groom answered can include anything from favorite ice cream topping to biggest fear to random questions, such as, “Why doesn’t the glue stick to the bottom of the bottle?”

The bride and groom answer these questions about themselves and then submit them to you, ahead of time. They aren’t allowed to share answers.

From the bride and groom’s responses, prior to the party, you chose one answer to be read aloud.

Then at the party, you read the question and then the one answer you chose. The guests needed to decide if that answer was the bride’s answer or the groom’s answer.

If it was the bride’s answer, they put their tiara up, and if it was the groom’s answer, they put their mustache up.

Once in a while, there’s an answer that both the bride and the groom gave, and then the party guests hold both the tiara and the mustache up.

​When you see a sea of faces staring back at you with tiaras and mustaches held up, it’s pretty funny! (Check out some great pictures of this game being played at Tiff’s shower on her blog). 

I had to recreate this unique bridal shower game for Meg. I emailed her and her fiance the couple questions ahead of time, and sorted through their answers for the bridal shower game.

Here are the mustaches and tiaras, along with the question cards that I made for her bridal shower.

The Most Entertaining Bridal Shower Game - Free printables

The great thing about this fun bridal shower game is that it’s so low pressure. Everyone can participate and have a good time. There aren’t any fill-in-the-blank parts about how well guests know the bride or questions about milestones in the bride’s life. The bridal shower game is easy on the attendees, always gets a good laugh, and fun to create!

Ready To Start Making Mustaches And Tiaras?

Download the free templates below – and you’ll have all of the templates you need for this hilarious bridal shower game!


  • Pink scrapbook paper
  • Brown or black scrapbook paper
  • Thick popsicle sticks
  • Gem stickers (I found mine at Dollar Tree)
  • And, the files listed above

I used this pink paper (lots of shades to choose from and use for later projects too), and I used the brown paper in this collection. I didn’t need too many sheets of brown and liked the other paper colors this pack had.

Free templates for bridal shower games

Making The Tiaras And Mustaches

Print one copy of the tiara sheet on pink scrapbook paper and one copy of the mustache file on brown or black paper.

After I cut out the tiaras and mustaches from the pages I printed, I took one tiara and traced as many as could fit on a piece of pink paper, and then cut these out. I continued to do so until I had the number I needed.

You could also print as many sheets as you need directly to the printer, rather than tracing. I preferred to save some scrapbook paper and not burden myself too much with our testy printer.

Then, I simply hot glued the tiaras and the mustaches to the popsicle sticks. I made sure the traced version was face down, in case any pencil marks came through.

​I also made sure I hot glued the popsicle stick to the back of the right-side of the tiara and to the back of the left-side of the mustache (vice versa would also work), so guests could hold both up to their faces simultaneously, without having one backward.

Last, I placed a few adhesive gems on each tiara, which made for a great final touch.

Getting The Couple’s Game Questions Ready

Email your bride and groom with the list of bridal shower game questions well in advance, so you have time to read through them and decide which responses you will announce for each question. That’s part of the fun!

When choosing the responses for this fun bridal shower game, I tended to go for the funny ones because everyone loves a good laugh at a bridal shower.

​I also tried to have an equal number of responses from the bride and groom. Additionally, I had at least 3 “boths” thrown in there too for good measure (and more laughs).

Be sure to make yourself a good answer key for the bridal shower game. It will help with easily referring to that when reading the correct responses at the end.

For the question cards, I simply printed these on regular blue paper (blue because that’s what I had). For efficiency, I formatted the questions so fit two on each sheet.

Amazing Bridal Shower Games - Mustaches and Tiaras with free printables

I was so busy running the bridal shower game that I simply forgot to take pictures of the guests with their tiaras and mustaches.

However, here’s one of our favorite pooch, sporting the props with just a little bit of help. 🙂 

If you are looking for fun bridal shower games, definitely look no further! This laid-back, hilarious game is one of the most fun bridal shower games – and it’s easy for all to participate and play.

Mustaches and Tiaras - Easy, Fun Bridal Shower Game


  1. Such a fun idea. And you dog look so cute 🙂

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Haha thanks Cristina!!:)

  2. Mother of 3 says:

    Sounds so fun! We played a similar game at a bridal shower but I love the addition of the mustaches and tiaras!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks! I loved the game – it was such a low-pressure yet fun game. 🙂

  3. Super cute mustaches!! Love your ideas,

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Nadine! :)) It was a fun game to make and play. I think it makes all the shower guests feel comfortable (and laugh) because it’s such a low-pressure but silly game 🙂

  4. Rhiana Jones says:

    Such a cute game idea!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Rhiana!

  5. Janine Huldie says:

    Definitely sounds like a fun game. My own bridal shower days are long behind me having been married for almost 11 years here, but will have to keep this in mind for family and/or friends who are getting married. Thanks for sharing!! #happynowlinkup

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Janine! It’s definitely a fun, crafty, but entertaining game:)

  6. Stopping by from Tuesday Talk! My niece is getting married this year, so I will keep this game in mind for her shower. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Stefanie! It’s a fun one:)

  7. Tuned In Parents says:

    What a unique and engaging game for a bridal shower! And the dog at the end–cuteness!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Haha thank you! The game is pretty entertaining:)

  8. What a cute shower game to play! I always hated those fill in the blank games. This seems like the perfect no-pressure alternative.

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      YES! I agree completely! Everyone can participate no matter how well they know the bride or the groom and it’s so low pressure and filled with laughs:)

  9. Pillar of Strength Doula says:


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  10. A Narrow-Minded Woman says:

    That sounds like so much fun! 😀

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks!:) it really was!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Jess! Will do:)

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Hannah 🙂

  11. Patty Gordon says:

    I love this theme! Such a great idea! Thanks for posting it on the Party in your PJs link party for me to find! I love finding new blogs to read through the parties!
    If you’re looking for more places to post your links online I run the #fandayfriday link party and would love to see more of your work!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Hi Patty, Thanks so much! I would love to post to your link party 🙂 Thanks for sharing it 🙂

  12. Sandra Garth says:

    Wow, what a fun idea! My daughters got married 1 1/2 years ago and we would have had a blast with this. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Sandra! It turned out so cute! The crafts were fun to make ahead of time – and it was a fun game to host 🙂

  13. Sounds like a great game! Thanks for linking up to #HomeMattersPary

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Emily!

  14. Oh my gosh this is awesome! I’m going to send my sisters this link when it’s time for my bridal shower. Your dog is adorable, by the way!

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Kelly! The game turned out so cute and I love how low pressure and funny it was! I forgot to take pictures so Zeus, our labradoodle, stands in as a good model:) Congrats btw!

  15. Janice Wald says:

    Hi Eileen,
    Sounds like an interesting game. Thanks for coming to the Blogger’s Pit Stop last week.
    Janice, Pit Stop Crew

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Janice 🙂 Have a great week!

  16. Eileen, this game sounds so funny! I can just imagine the laughter this game creates. Thanks for sharing the printables.

    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      You’re welcome, Keri!! It definitely generates lots of laughs:))

  17. Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique says:
    1. Eileen @ Just Measuring Up says:

      Thanks Kerryanne!:) It really was!

  18. Question—love this game. However, is there a “winner?” Being whoever got the most correct? And if so how do you keep track of answers?

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