Ways to Win at Baby Shower Games

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Baby showers aren't just about pink bows, little blue onesies, and songs that have the word "baby" in them. These baby shower games go past the corny and dive straight into fun. Chugging apple juice (or wine) out of a bottle, anyone? Oh, baby!

Celebrity Baby Name Game

Because if you can't name Yonce's baby, are you really a fan? Match famous minis like Sparrow James Midnight and Summer Rain to their hot Hollywood parents. For The Love Of George has you covered with an adorable free download. Just print and play! 

Pin the Onesie on the Baby

Bring the nostalgia of childhood birthday parties back to life in this sweet and simple baby shower game by Love To Be In The Kitchen. Because who isn't entertained by blindfolded friends?

What's in the Bag?

Test your knowledge of baby essentials in this cute guessing game by Sam Allen Creates. Inside each bag is an item for baby that begins with the letter on the bag. Whoever guesses the most right wins. Just remember: no peeking! (A stapler might be handy for those extra-sneaky friends!) 

The Price Is Right

Danielle Green, blogger behind Real Housemoms and The Creative Bite, knows what's up when it comes to calculating baby expenses. Guess the retail prices of items like diapers, pacifiers, and formula to play this unique baby shower game. Each right answer scores a point, and whoever racks up the most wins!

Bottle to Bottle

This relay baby shower game from Play. Party. Plan. is all about speed. To play, you'll need sprinkles, some tape, and one bottle per person. Fill one bottle with sprinkles, then cover with tape (no nipple), cutting a medium-size hole in it. The remaining players' bottles are empty and taped with the same-size hole. Players must transfer sprinkles from one bottle to the other bottle to win. 

Babies Against Parenthood

Oh yes, our favorite party game is back and cuter than ever thanks The Eco-Friendly Family. The gist: The judging player picks up a card with a question or fill-in-the-blank, then you choose the one in your deck that you think is the funniest. Winning secret: It's all about catering your answer to the judge's sense of humor! 

Download the printable cards and complete instructions here.

Decorate a Onesie

Once you get over the tiny adorableness of these itty-bitty onesies, you can paint one to show your love! 346 Living uses paper gift bags as both a hanger and a leakproof base inside each one. Genius! 

Photo Credit: Michele Beckwith

Baby Bingo

You didn't think we'd forget this classic game, did you? Aspen Jay designed these adorable baby shower bingo cards to keep you entertained while mama-to-be is opening presents. Just fill in the blanks with gifts you think she will receive, then mark an X on the square when she unwraps one of your guesses. Get five in a row, and well, you know the drill.

Chop Binky

Picking up fallen binkies is not always easy with a baby in hand. Play. Party. Plan. makes it even more of a challenge, thanks to a handful of wooden chopsticks. First player to pick up a certain number of binkies without using their hands in the given time wins!

Who's That Baby?

Think you know your friends? Then you haven’t tried Sam Allen Creates baby guessing game. Have each guest bring a photo of themselves as a baby, then pin it up onto a board and let guests make their guesses throughout the party. Whoever has the most correct guesses wins!

Diaper Fashion

No toilet paper dresses or veils here! This time, it’s all about the diaper. Play.Party.Plan. gives each guest a box of diapers. Set the timer, then watch them create the cutest get-up they can in the given amount of time.

Chug "Bottled" Wine

Blogger of Real Housemoms and The Creative Bite throws it it back to college with an old-fashioned chugging competition--swapping red party cups for baby bottles! To play this simple baby shower game, fill each one with 4 oz. of wine (or apple juice for nondrinkers) and let the fun begin. Whoever chugs the fastest wins a prize.

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