Fill-in-the-Blank Vows Bridal Shower Game

by Kathleen Murray

The Idea: Help the bride and groom write their wedding vows.

What You Need:
2 clipboards

How to Play: Tell the group that they're going to help the bride write the couple's wedding vows, but each person gets to write only one sentence. Start circulating 2 clipboards, one with the header “I [Bride's name] take you [Groom's name] and promise to" and the other with the reverse. Give each clipboard to one guest and instruct her to write a vow phrase under the header: I promise to ... not roll my eyes when you yell at sports on TV. The first guest must now fold down the first line so that it's hidden underneath and pass to the second player to add her sentiment. After both his and her versions have made it through the group, read the vows aloud for all to hear.

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