For example, one might be the name of the city where the couple is getting married or the place they got engaged.How to Play: Follow traditional bingo rules: The first guest to mark off a line horizontally, vertically or diagonally wins a prize.How to Play: The host starts it off by writing a line at the top of the piece of paper about how the couple met.For example, "Tess and Topy met at the office." She then passes the piece of paper to the next player, who writes a line to follow that one.
The Gist: The couple judges their guests as to how well they're able to act like them.The Gist: This is like the reverse version of , where the guests are put to the test!What to Prep: Before the shower, ask the couple to answer questions about their love story (how they met, their first date, the vacations they've taken together).Make a list of their answers, and mix up the responses so there's no way to know who said what.Take out any names or pronouns that would make it obvious who said what, like "The first thing that attracted me was (his/her) smile." Finally, print out copies of the list of quotes for all the guests.
Once that player writes their line, their job is to fold the paper over so that only their sentence is revealed to the next player.