AUTHOR: BEC OF 'FOR EVERY HEN'
It's a scavenger hunt... with a difference! If you’re planning on heading out and about at some point during the celebration, this hens night game is for you. And being all about the search and the photos, make sure you have your phones and/or cameras ready!
For game instructions, see below.
HOW TO PLAY
YOU WILL NEED:
Pre-prepared ‘Man Hunt’ playing cards.
Before the big day, set up your hens night game by writing different male characteristics onto pieces of paper – these will become your ‘Man Hunt Playing Cards’. Some example characteristics include:
Get creative and have fun with your options!
When you’re ready to play, hand the cards out to your guests; making sure each person has at least 2 cards each. Explain that their playing cards are their ‘ideal men’ for the day/night – and it is their mission to hunt them down (and get photo evidence)! The first guest to find both of their ideal men wins!
FUN OPTIONS FOR THIS HENS NIGHT GAME
THE PERFECT MAN
Make this game harder by asking guests to find their ‘perfect man’ as well as their ‘ideal men’! How? They must find a man who has BOTH characteristics (e.g. A man with red hair who is also wearing a suit). Have a bonus prize for any guests able to find their perfect man by the end of the celebration.
If you can come up with enough characteristics, up the ante by giving each guest three (or more!) playing cards each. This will not only make it harder for guests to find their ‘Ideal Men’ and their ‘Perfect Man’ but will also mean the game and the fun will last longer!
MAN HUNT BINGO
Rather than each guest having their own individual characteristics to 'hunt down', put together a characteristics grid and have yourself some BINGO fun! First guest to find their 'perfect man' (i.e. each characteristic within the row - horizontal, vertical or diagonal) wins!
FIND MY PUPPY
Is your bride-to-be an animal lover? Or perhaps you don’t like the idea of having photos taken with random men around your town? Then you should find puppies (and dogs) instead! Same rules as above, except your playing cards will have dog characteristics instead (for example, dog with long ears, dog with a short tail, a spotty dog, a tall dog, etc.).
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