This time, the women had much smaller purses. The majority of the points (150) were earned by Mr. Handsome’s grandmother (Gram) and oldest sister (Anne).
In addition to the Purse Raid game, we also held a bridal pumpkin decorating contest (photo coming soon). When the groom-to-be arrived at the end of the shower, I led him and his bride in the Couples Q&A Shoe Game. Surprisingly, their responses were identical for all but three of the questions!
Here are the rules:
Have the bride and groom sit in chairs so they are facing opposite directions. Ask both of them to remove their shoes and exchange one of their shoes with the other person, so each of them is holding their shoe in one hand and the other person’s shoe in the other hand.
Gather the guests around, and call out these questions. The bride and groom will each come up with their own responses and will use the shoes to answer. (Example: If the bride thinks she is the pickier eater, she holds up her shoe. If she thinks her man is the pickier eater, she holds up his shoe.)
-Who is the pickier eater?
-Who chose the honeymoon location?
-Who is afraid of heights?
-Who is the morning person?
-Who is a night owl?
-Who is more likely to leave clothes all over the bedroom floor?
-Who is a better secret keeper?
-Who is more likely to burn the house down while cooking?
-Who is more of a dog person?
-Who spends a longer amount of time getting ready for an evening out?
-Who is more likely to overspend while shopping?
-Who loves the outdoors?
-Who has the craziest family?
-Who is the party animal?
-Who is more likely to get a speeding ticket?
-Who is more likely to fall asleep in front of the TV?
-Who is a more trustworthy driver?
-Who will manage the finances/spending?
-Who is the daredevil?
-Who is more likely to lose something?
-Who is more stubborn?
-Who will mow the lawn?
-Who has better organizational skills?