A "Mommy or Daddy" guessing game is such a fun way to find out some more about the parents-to-be. This game is especially fun if you are hosting a co-ed baby shower.
Before the baby shower, ask the mommy and daddy-to-be the questions listed on the forest themed game sheet and write down their answers. The questions can be personalized. Who suggested the baby’s name? Who will teach baby to dance? Who will be more patient?
At your baby shower, hand out a game sheet and a pen to each guest. Let your guests guess who said what. Did she say it? Or did he say it?
You can even make this game more lively and interactive by giving each guest their own set of lips and moustaches.
As the baby shower host goes over the statements, everyone has to show their guess by holding up the lips or the moustache to their faces. Have the mom and dad reveal the answer by doing the same.
This rustic baby shower game template is editable in the free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. After downloading the file, personalize the game and print it in just minutes. Print these game cards on any 8.5" x 11" or A4 paper of your choice. We recommend a nice heavy card stock for the highest quality feel. A detailed instruction guide with tips & tricks on editing, printing, trimming, paper choices and more is included.
Print the game right from your computer or have it printed at your favorite print shop.
This listing includes a zip file with the following items:
For the Mommy or Daddy game template:
• 1 Editable PDF sized 5"x7"
• 1 Editable PDF sized 8.5” x 11” with trim marks for twice the 5” x 7” design
• A download link to our instruction guide
For the backer:
• 1 High resolution JPG sized 5" x 7"
• 1 High resolution PDF sized 5" x 7"
• 1 High resolution JPG sized 8.5" x 11" with trim marks for twice the 5" x 7" design
• 1 High resolution PDF sized 8.5" x 11" with trim marks for twice the 5" x 7" design
This forest baby shower guessing game is sure to be a hit at your co-ed baby party!
Complete the look with matching items from the Baby Bear collection.