Tally your resources. Who's contributing to this thing, financially and time and effort wise? Do the couple's mothers have strong opinions (or money) to contribute? It's not unusual for moms to have a bunch of thoughts, so it's wise to check that out in advance. Beyond that, what can all the wedding party members afford to do or contribute? If no one's around to join you on craft nights, you may want to rethink those elaborate DIY favors. If all of the wedding party is on tight on budgets, don't try to rent out the Ritz_Carlton for an afternoon of oysters.
Some other fun games: Make a wedding dress out of toilet paper and roll of tape. You break the room into teams and each team gets a roll of TP. They pick one person in their team to be the "bride" and everyone else has 2 minutes to make a wedding dress out of the TP and tape, on the "bride". The real bride_to_be then judges and picks the best dress.
by Margo D. Pelt on Jul 30, 2018 Bridal Shower