Baby Shower Games & Ideas
Are you hosting a shower for either a friend or a couple who is expecting a very special delivery from a stork? Then after you send out those beautiful baby shower invitations
and sit down to start planning the event, you'll want to figure out a way to fill in the time between the gifts, food and refreshments. Here at Tiny Prints, we have several baby shower games to choose from that will certainly keep the party running smoothly and will also create a fun and lively atmosphere for guests. And these unique cards not only feature charming games, but our exclusive collection holds a wide variety of delightful and stylish designs that will certainly tie in with the overall theme and aesthetic of the celebration.
Try starting off the event with a light ice breaker such as our fill in the blank baby shower games where friends and loved ones write down their heartfelt wishes for the newborn. And at the end of the day, you can give all of the guests' responses to the soon to be mom so that she can see the sweet things each person wrote. Also, with our cutting edge design tools, you can completely personalize these baby shower games with your own wording, color schemes and even font styles.
And as the party proceeds on, go ahead and introduce a few more fun shower games such as baby word find. Guests will certainly have a blast scouring through our wonderful word search cards as they try to identify cute baby themed terms such as "bottle", "bouncer" and "pacifier". Plus, the thick and luxurious texture of the cardstock coupled with the dazzling look of the layout on this baby shower game will without a doubt impress guests.
Also, be sure to include a few more playful activities on the schedule so that everyone stays engaged and entertained throughout the whole event. And with only a couple of common household items, you can play tons of fun and free baby shower games such as "Guess the Mommy's Tummy Size." This simple game requires guests to estimate the size of the expectant mother's pregnant stomach with only a piece of string. And the person who has the most accurate guess is declared the winner.
Another one of the more popular free baby shower games is "Never Say Baby." This game is unique because it is played for the entire duration of the party. To begin, each guest wears a necklace with several diaper pins attached to it, and anyone who says the word "baby" must give up one of their pins to person who calls them out first. And once the baby shower is over, the winner is determined by whoever has the most pins on their necklace.
Customer reviews of our Baby Shower Games & Ideas
January 20, 2014Baby Shower Card
"This card is perfect to use as a "baby wishes" card at a shower. It matches perfectly with the invitation I ordered and is lovely. I'm very pleased with it."
November 7, 2013Guests loved it!
"Didn't take much personalization, just my name at the top. Although, you could change every single line if you wanted to. I'm just not that creative, so I left it as is. Even so, the guests loved it, and I was surprised how seriously they took it. I got some really lovely and insightful responses. I'm keeping them all and putting them in a binder for my son when he is old enough to read them."
October 28, 2013Adorable!
"These are super cute! I put one in with each invitation and asked everyone to fill it out and bring it with them to the shower. They are smaller than they could be. I think making them the same size as invitations would be better and would give more room to write down your wishes. I also would have liked the option to add the pearl sheen to the card. All that said, I would recommend this product and would order it again, if needed."
June 12, 2013Great little "something extra"
"I love the idea of this wishes for baby card! It'll be something mom can keep and go back later to read and remember her shower. The card stock used is top notch as usual. Love it!"
May 10, 2013Safari Animals Shower Games
"My daughter-in-law had pinned this activity on Pininterest so I was delighted to find it in the same pattern as the shower invitation."