A scavenger hunt is the perfect hens party game. The funniest way to spice up a night out is to go on a scavenger hunt! Whether you prefer this bachelorette party game to remain innocent or wildly inappropriate is up to you. Perhaps the best part is that it sparks that dose of competition which brings everyone out of their shell. It also gets everyone engaged in the day and ready to have a good time. Here are some ideas to include on your scavenger list.
When going through these ideas, make sure you keep the bride and all attendees in mind. Some of these will not be appropriate for Grandma (you may want to create an AM and a PM list).
1. NAUGHTY TREASURE HUNT
Naughty treasure hunt on your last night of freedom is something to be remembered for the rest of your life. The game a popular event during hen night is all about ideas.
You will be in your hotel room where nobody will know, and every team member or individual will be given 10 minutes to fetch some wild items like; men or women’s underwear, condoms. The hen weekend team is then required to search for those items in the whole venue based on the given description. The team which finds most of the items is declared as winner.
2. MAKE A TOAST TO THE BRIDE-TO-BE
This is a great option to include on the list. It means the bride will hear lots of nice (and a few mean) things about her throughout the night. It will also bring a few of the shyer hens out of their shells and ensure they get their chance to explain what the hen means to them.
3. SING OR DO A PRIVATE DANCE SHOW IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DANCEFLOOR
This is the best way to embarrass a few hens. If your hens night will include a private space, make each one of them sing at the top of their lungs in front of the crowd. Or, make them do an extra embarrassing dance move – the worm, the robot or something a little saucier will do. You could even create a circle around her to draw even more attention to what is going on.
4. GET SOME WEDDING KARMA
For this one, you need to track down another bride-to-be and buy her a drink. This is a great way to give your bride plenty of luck, and you never know, you may end up blending two bridal parties to create a super party! A groom-to-be could also count here, but it’s up to you to make the rules.
5.VIDEO SCAVENGER HUNT
This is one of the most popular hen party games and one of my personal favorites. The reason I love Video Scavenger Hunt is that, no matter how many times you host/attend a party where this is played, the game is always different. Divide the guests into teams. Each team must have a video camera and a tape (in your invitations, you can ask guests to bring these supplies). The teams compete to be the first to return to the spot of origin with a videotape that shows them completing every task from a list provided in advance. You may also include this list in your invitation. (You may want to set up folding chairs, theater style, in front of your TV. Tie a couple of balloon bouquets to the chairs.)
Your list of required stunts and hen party activities to be videotaped by the teams can be as creative as you want. The list should contain no more than 15 or 20 stunts because each group/team will have only an hour and half to videotape as many as they can The guests should be given an exact time to return to the party venue. If not back on time, the team is either disqualified or has points deducted for tardiness. Once everyone has returned, the videotapes are played.
6.LIFETIME MEMORIES SCAVENGER HUNT
This hunt could be designed around significant items or important moments that represent the bride-to-be’s life through the years. Teams would be sent on a mission to acquire such things as dance shoes, figure skates, makeup, picture of first car, stuffed animal, the bride-to be’s favorite childhood candy or movie, etc.
7. I DARE YOU HUNT
If the bachelorette is a little wild and crazy, try adding some spice and adventure to the evening by organizing a list of dares. These challenges could be as clean or as risqué as desired and include things such as acquiring the numbers of three single men, dancing with a man the same age as your father, getting a Viagra pill, kissing someone with the same name as the groom, finding a penny from the bride-to-be’s year of birth, etc.
8. AMAZING RACE HUNTS
If you have the option of investing some extra time and work into your bachelorette party, why not design your own version of the popular Amazing Race? Set up checkpoints and leave maps and clues at each stop. Clues could even be cryptic messages related to the bride-to-be’s childhood or upcoming nuptials, and lead the contestants around the areas in a quest to finish first. The final stop could be one of the bachelorette’s favorite restaurants or gathering spots.