Kelly Dixon

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  1. Please explain further. I have the push pops and I can make the advice cards but is there something else the guests are suppose to be doing to make it a “game”? I would love to do this for an upcoming shower.

    1. Thanks for your kind comment:)
      An advice game at a bridal shower can be interpreted in many different ways. For example, the bride can read the advice cards and the guests have to pick who they think wrote it (for a prize). Or, it can be: “Who gave the best advice?” and either the bride or the guests determine the winner. Another thought is, ask specific questions on each paper and have guests answer various (maybe even silly) questions. Use your imagination and creativity and have fun with it.

  2. What a really fun and super cute idea!! Thank you so much for sharing at Pretty Things this week

    xo, Tanya
    twelveOeight

  3. Just hosted a bridal shower YESTERDAY…oh how I wish I had this game. Too late. However, our son should be proposing sometime soon and then I will be able to use this game for the next bridal shower! Yipee! Starting a file today.

    Thanks, Kelly.
    Many blessings, Sinea from Ducks ā€˜n a Row