Fun and Festive Baby Shower Games

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If you want to organize a very memorable event and spice up your baby shower for all of your guests, these fun and festive baby shower games can take care of that. Here are seven festive baby shower games that you can choose from:

Seven Festive Baby Shower Games:

 

Baby Shower Games #1: Baby Bottle Drinking Contest

A drinking game for all ages. Whoever empties their baby bottles first wins the game.

You will need:

  • Several empty baby bottles
  • Any fruit juices, water, or any beverage

Instructions:

Each baby bottle is filled with a liquid of your choice for each participant. The participant who finishes the whole baby bottle first wins! You can also divide all participants into teams and check which team finishes their baby bottles first.

 

Baby Shower Games #2:  M&M Bottle Game

This is a guessing game on which the participants will guess how many M&M’s are inside the baby bottle.

You will need:

  • Mixed colored M&M’s
  • Large empty baby bottle
  • Paper and a pen

Instructions:

You need to fill the baby bottle with M&M candies and have the guests try to guess how many are there in it. Write down their estimates along with their names on a piece of paper. The participant who guesses the closest to the actual number that you have counted wins!

 

Baby Shower Games #3: Guess that Baby Food

This is a fun game seeing how your blindfolded guests, family or friends know well on the different flavors of their baby foods.

You will need:

Instructions:

Use a masking tape and cover the labels of each jar. You can write letters or numbers on each jar and make sure that every jar is recorded. You can have each guest taste each of the jars and let them guess the correct flavor after every participant have already tasted the jar. The person who guesses correctly the most flavors wins!

 

Baby Shower Games #4: Diaper smelling Game

A fun smelling game for your guests as they spot the source of the smell from the different baby diapers.

You will need:

  • Several disposable diapers
  • Assorted food items with a very noticeable odor
  • Marker

Instructions:

Each of the disposable diapers is filled with different food items with smelly odors. The diapers should be folded and sealed. Label each diaper with a number or letter and record the content of each diaper by using a marker. You can have each of your guests smell each diaper and let them guess what food item is in it. Reveal the food item that you have used to fill each of the diapers but only after all of the participants have smelled and guessed each diaper. The person who gets the most correct guess wins!

Baby Shower Games #5: The Big Belly Game

Imagine tying your shoes without your belly getting in your way.

You will need:

Instructions:

Each male participant must have a balloon under their shirt and then they must race to tie their shoes without popping their balloon. The person who ties his shoes the fastest wins!

 

Baby Shower Games #6: Toilet paper diaper game

Participants get to craft their own baby diaper out of a toilet paper.

You will need:

Instructions:

Guests are divided into two teams, one person will have to create a diaper on his/her teammate using only a toilet paper. Give each team 10 minutes to create and have them judge by a mother. The team who makes the best or the most creative baby diaper wins!

 

Baby Shower Games #7: Feeding the Baby Game

This is a fun game wherein the blindfolded moms will be feeding the dads.

You will need:

  • Any baby food items

Instructions:

Moms will be blindfolded will try to feed their partner with baby food or items. The mom who feeds her partner correctly without a mess or accident wins!

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