Call it what you want, a bridal shower, kitchen tea, bachelorettes and so forth, they similar to weddings, as they come in all shapes and sizes. It doesn’t matter if you’re having a big party or something more intimate, any size celebration calls for games. This is the time for the bride to bond with her family and friends, so why not have some fun along the way and for people to get to know one another before the big day! Plus, I don’t think you can really call it a bridal shower without at least one questionnaire going around.
Of course it's not required that you play games at the bridal shower, but consider this: You're going to have an all-ages group, and most of the guests have probably never met one another before the party. Even if a few of these games sound a little cliché, and daunting for some guests, consider having some fun ice-breakers. Get the talking and the mingling going with some games, they're actually surprisingly fun with a group!