When you're entertaining a younger crowd of mostly the bride's friends, traditional bridal shower games won't do. Instead, try these slightly risqué but all fun games. Toilet Paper and Stick
This is a great game for those who don't mind a little risqué fun! Divide the guests into teams and have the teams appoint captains. Then, give each captain a broomstick or pole and ask them to stand against a wall, holding the pole between their legs. Give the other team members rolls of toilet paper. The goal of the game is for each team member to cross the room to their team's pole with the roll of toilet paper between their legs (no hands!). The first team with all four rolls on it's captain's pole is the winner and gets a door prize. This game is hilarious, and sure to ensure great pictures!
Groom in His Skivvies
Tell each guests that the object of the game is to draw a picture of the groom in his underwear, but the catch is that the drawing pad must remain on top of the artist's head the whole time she is drawing! The bride picks her favorite drawing to win a prize.
The host of the party and the bride write a gossipy question about every guest on index cards, such as "Who did Lisa have a date with two weeks ago?", "Who was Maggie's first kiss?" or "When was the last time the bride's mom bought lingerie?" When guests arrive, they each draw an index card, and have a set period of time (30 minutes to an hour) to come up with the answer to the question. They should try to avoid asking the person directly. At the end of the time period, each guest comes to the front of the room, and shares their bit of gossip with the group.
Kiss the Bride's Ass
Purchase a traditional Pin the Tail on the Donkey game, and post the picture of the donkey on the wall. Cut out a picture of the groom's face and paste it over the donkey's head. Have a tube of garish inexpensive lipstick available, and ask blindfolded guests to put on the lipstick, spin around, and then kiss the donkey's rear-end. The guest who gets closest, wins!