The months leading up to your wedding are filled with celebrations: engagement parties, bachelor and bachelorette weekends, and, of course, your bridal shower!It's a moment of real excitement, celebrating with the ladies you love the most and proudly wearing the "bride-to-be" badge.

Whether your bridal shower is an indulgent brunch, an elegant afternoon tea, or a wonderful dinner before you go to your bachelorette party, we say your bridal shower should get as much attention as your wedding!When it comes to the bridal shower, nothing breaks the ice better than a good game. If you're looking for dreamy bridal shower ideas, look no further.Here’re 10 affordable and creative games that are sure to be a hit. Whatever you choose to print or play, these games will get the party started and memories flowing.Take a look and get inspired.

Two Truths and a Lie
Each guest tells the group three experiences he or she has had with the bride or groom; two are true, one is a lie. Guests then guess which one they think is a lie.

Word Search
Get guests ready to celebrate with a wedding word search. The first lady to complete the puzzle wins a prize.

Take Yarn, Tell a Yarn
As your guests arrive, give them the ball of ribbon and scissors and instruct them to cut off as much as they think they’ll need—and remain mum when they inevitably ask, “Need for what?” As soon as everyone is situated—absentmindedly playing with their lengths of ribbon—go around the room and have each person talk about himself or herself for as long as it takes to wrap the piece of yarn around a finger. The longer the string, the longer they talk—and the more you get to know your guests!

First Kiss
From butterfly kisses to full-on tongue kissing action, everyone has a great ‘first kiss’ story to tell! Starting with the bride, ask each guest to tell his or her first kiss story. At the end, your guests vote on the funniest or most romantic story. A great twist is to have everyone tell two stories: one about their best kiss and another about their worst kiss.

Ring Hunt
Hide fake diamond engagement rings around the house and tell the guests to collect them throughout the party and put them on as they find them. The guests wearing the most rings at the end of the party win. This one is simple, non-invasive and will lead to plenty of cute pictures.

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