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What You’ll Get

What Do You Need to Play Couple’s Shoe Shower Game

  1. A copy of the printable for each person at your party (don’t forget the brides).
  2. Pens/pencils/markers.
  3. A fun prize for the winner!

How to Play

  1. Before playing, give a printout to each guest, plus one copy for you to read out the questions.
  2. Assign a shoe color to each bride. For example, bride 1 is pink and 2 is blue.
  3. Give players about ten minutes to decide which bride will raise her shoe for which questions. Their goal is to match the answers.
  4. Next, grab two pairs of shoes and give the brides one shoe from each pair. Then have them sit back to back.
  5. Again, assign one pair to represent bride 1, and the other to represent bride B.
  6. As you read each question out loud, the brides will raise the shoe that matches the answer. For example, if Bride A thinks that she has more ex-lovers, she’ll raise her shoe. If she thinks her partner does, she’ll raise the other shoe.
  7. At the end of the game, the player with the most correct guesses about which bride will say what wins.

What do you need to play She Said, She Said

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  1. A copy of the game for each player.
  2. Pens/pencils/markers.
  3. A fun prize for the winner!

How to Play

  1. Give each player a printout of the game.
  2. Assign a color to each bride. For example, the red lips can represent Judy and the purple represent Melissa.
  3. Instruct players to circle which bride claims she does/says each item on the list the most.
  4. The player with the most correct guesses wins!
NIKKI
NIKKI

Nicole is the editor-in-chief and regular staff writer for LoveYouWedding. What does that mean? Basically, she handles all the day-to-day tasks related to managing writers and bringing you stellar content on planning the LGBTQ+ wedding of your dreams.

She loves writing about quirky and unique wedding ideas, probably because she’s pretty quirky herself!

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