14 Baby Shower Games with a Disney Twist!

We know that the baby shower is all about the baby gifts and honoring the parent-to-be, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a little fun along the way, right?

Treat your guests to a little Disney magic with these new and traditional baby shower games—all with a Disney twist, of course! And then, don’t forget to check out Disney Baby baby shower supplies and registry ideas.

Find The Hidden Minnie Bows

Disney World is famous for its hidden Mickeys throughout the parks, so recreate the magic at your Disney baby shower by hiding Minnie Mouse bows around the shower. The guest to collect the most bows can win a prize! Print free Minnie Mouse bows (blue for a baby boy or pink for a baby girl!) here.

Disney Price is Right

Set up a display of Disney-themed baby products, and have guests guess how much each item is. The one who has the most correct wins.

Guess What’s In My Diaper Bag?

Pick up a Disney diaper bag for your guest of honor here and have fun stuffing it full of goodies! (Don’t forget to throw a few fun items in there to challenge your shower guests—we promise not to tell!). Browse Disney bags here.

Write a Diaper Message

Set out a basket of Huggies diapers with markers and have guests write funny or encouraging messages to the future parents-to-be. They will get a giggle when they most need it!

Blindfolded Diaper Changing

Keep those Huggies handy—and have your guests move to a blindfolded diaper changing station game to recreate those middle-of-the-night changes. Ready, set, and go!

Who Said It?

Print out your favorite Disney quotes and have guests match the character to the quote.

Give Your Best Advice

Have each guest pen in her best advice on life in a Winnie the Pooh journal for baby—fill it with pictures later. This is such a meaningful gift and activity all in one!

Mickey Mouse “Hands Down” Game

Print out these Mickey glove game cards and pass them out face down. On cue, have everybody flip over the cards. The goal is to be the first to unscramble the five words, each of which spells an object that a baby holds in his/her hand.

Sign a Favorite Disney Book

Set out a table with your favorite Disney books for kids and have guests sign them as a way to remember everyone who celebrated on the special day.

Mouse Up Your Pins

The clothespin game is pretty popular at baby showers—add clothespins every time you say the word “baby” or even the baby’s name, if it’s been chosen already. Ramp up the fun, Disney style, by adding Mickey or Minnie mouse ears to the clothespins before passing out to guests.

Make Pretzel Wands

For a game that is its own tasty reward, encourage your guests to make a wish with their own magic wands. Set out pretzel sticks, dipping stations with melted chocolate, and fun toppings like sprinkles for garnish. Yum!

Count The Candies in the Bottle

Set out Mickey or Minnie bottles at every table with varying amounts of small candies, like M&Ms, and have guests submit their guesses to how many candies are in each bottle. One winner per table! (Also, don’t forget to remove the candies before giving to the guest of honor to use for her baby!)

Remember What Was On The Tray

Set out a tray of essential baby items (think small items, such as diapers, bibs, bottles, teethers, or pacifiers), leave the tray out for a designated amount of time, then put it away and have guests try to write down everything they can remember. The most correct items wins!

Guess The Disney Baby Picture

Print out pictures of Disney characters as kids or babies and have your guests match the picture to the adult character. This is also fun to do with the guest as well, if you ask everyone to bring their own baby picture to contribute!

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Chaunie Brusie

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