If you have received the honor of planning a bridal shower trivia game for a loved one, the prospect can be very exciting. However, it is important to keep in mind that you will probably have a wide variety of the bride-to-be’s family and friends attending the gathering. So, your DIY bridal shower trivia game should include a wide variety of questions and topics.
It’s easy to fall into the habit of picking general wedding trivia questions that you would be able to answer or like to know the answer to. However, not everyone may know as much about the bride-to-be as you do. Conversely, some guests attending the event might know a lot more about her than you. So, you want to avoid making all the questions too easy. A good mix of easy and difficult trivia questions is usually the best approach. To help, I have laid out some examples below that should give you some ideas.
Bridal Shower Trivia Game Questions
A good DIY bridal shower trivia game should always have plenty of questions so that you cover a variety of topics. That way, you find out who really knows the bride best. Here are 15 standard questions to get you started.
- Which shoe does she put on first?
- When did they get engaged?
- Where was their first date?
- Who is her favorite Backstreet Boy/N’SNYC member?
- What midnight snack does she consider her guilty pleasure?
- If she were to get a tattoo, what would it be and where?
- What is the bride’s middle name?
- What federal institution has the bride has been kicked out of?
- Where did she go to high school?
- What is the bride’s dream career?
- What song does the bride sing when she gets drunk?
- Where did she attend college?
- Who was her high school crush?
- What is her favorite color?
- Who was her best childhood friend?
Embrace Who the Bride Really Is
As you can see, the options are limitless when creating a DIY bridal shower trivia game. Though there are a lot of fun activities for a bridal shower, trivia is my favorite. The best advice I can give is to do your homework, and consider the group of people who will be attending the event. There are really no questions to add to the game, but there is certainly a point-of-pride in making it both fun and challenging to everyone who plays.