Bachelorette Games: Bar Scavenger Hunt

If you’re planning a bar crawl for a bachelorette party, think about spicing the evening up with a scavenger hunt. This game is kind of a hybrid between a scavenger hunt and truth or dare (without the truth part). The idea is to compile a list that includes objects and people to find as well as challenges and dares, which can be very generic or specific to the bride or the bars you’re visiting. For example, is there a certain bouncer at the bar who always flirts with your group? Track him down and convince him to “sell tickets to the gun show.” A regular at the kareoke bar who can be counted on to belt Lady Gaga tunes? Score points if he chooses “Bad Romance.” You can work as a group to complete the list, split into teams or compete individually to finish the list first. Make sure you take a picture as you check each item off the list (for proof and posterity!). Here are some ideas to get you started, all of which I’ve kept very focused on the bachelorette:

  • Find a guy with the same name as the groom and get him to snap a picture with the bride. +1 for each guy you find.
  • Find a penny from the year the bride was born. +1
  • If the bride’s from out of state, meet someone from her home state. (+1) Add an extra point if he or she is from her home town.
  • If you’re in the bride’s home town, find people who went to the same high school/grade school as her. (+1) Add additional points if they were actually in her class.
  • Find another bachelorette or bachelor party. Ask the brides-to-be or bride- and groom-to-be to pose together. +1
  • Ask the bartender to come up with a special drink that is “the bride’s drink.” Then start talking the drink up around the bar and convince strangers to order it by name (i.e. I’ll have The Amanda). +1 for each person who orders it.
  • Designate “the bride’s song” for the night. Get the DJ to play it at each bar. All attendees must sing. +1 each time the song is played. Double points if they play it twice in the same bar! Triple points if you develop a choreographed dance that you all do to the song.
  • Find objects that unintentionally resemble the male anatomy…you know what! +1 each.
  • Collect marriage advice. Ask people to write their advice on a napkin. If you want this to get naughtier, change this to advice for the wedding night. Target really drunk people for the best answers. +1 for each napkin you collect.
  • Pick a distinctive characteristic about the groom. Maybe he has a mustache, red hair, or always wears a shirt from his favorite college team. Now hunt down groom look-alikes. The bride must approve your choice, then snap a picture for later comparison. +1 for each look-alike you find.
  • Collect a coaster from each bar or a napkin signed by the bartender. +1 each
  • The bride needs to be carried across the threshold into every bar. Try to recruit a stranger to do the job, but in a pinch someone in your group can carry her in. You only score +1 when a stranger does the job though!

You can modify this list to make the challenges more risque if your group is daring and be sure to add a few special touches that are particular to the bride. It’s a good idea to have a printed list to take to the bar so you can keep score as you go along. Create your own custom list or use this handy printable bar scavenger hunt form I created!

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8 thoughts on “Bachelorette Games: Bar Scavenger Hunt

  1. Katie Robinson

    I can’t say enough good things about doing a scavenger hunt for a bachelorette party! I did one for my college roommate, and it was an absolute blast. We ended up using this service,, since they had a canned hunt, apps and a way to see all of the photos at the end. We used their out of the box hunt with a few additional clues that were specific to my friend. We setup so that we ended at restaurant that had a private room for us. This allowed us to play a slideshow of all of the hilarious photos we had taken. Anyway, definitely recommend this idea to others!

  2. Jill Smith

    Planning a bachelorette party can be stressful but it doesn’t have to be. One of my favorite budget bachelorette party ideas is playing a scavenger hunt. However, If you don’t want to write and print out lists you can use an app called Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt. I love it because it does everything for you and you complete items by taking photos and everyone gets updates as items are completed. Also it doesn’t break the bank at $.99. You can find out more information at

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  5. Beril O. Monkies

    This is by far the best scavenger hunt I have seen so far online. Most of us ladies are married or in serious relationships so a lot of the other ones are too much… no matter how much alcohol is involved! lol We don’t wanna lose our relationship while trying to celebrate the bride-to-be’s! Anyway, thanks for an awesome list! 🙂

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  8. Gloria

    My girlfriend and I were out at a bar in Austin one night, and this group of girls had this pack of challenge cards with some pretty awesome stuff on them, in the same ballpark as the list you have here. They were all having a pretty good time, and they even did one of the challenges on my friend. Nothing too raunchy either, but definitely fun. I ended up buying a couple packs for me and a some friends when I found them online –

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