I have probably played Baby Shower Bingo at more baby showers than any other game. Here’s a way to you could make your individual Baby Shower Bingo cards.
First, take up a new document in your word processor (i.e. Microsoft Word). You can put in a title, like “Baby Shower BINGO.” Next include a table with 6 rows and 5 columns.
Think of such a BINGO card looks like. The letter B goes into the 1st column, I into the next, then N, then G, then O within the last column. Alternatively, you could utilize the word STORK as an alternative to BINGO.
Add the word “Free Space” within the center block. For the other blocks you can leave them blank and allow the guests note down in the squares the gifts they think will probably be opened later. When some of those gifts is opened, the guest marks that spot. Whoever gets 5 marks consecutively wins.
Instead of leaving the cardboard blank, you may fill inside the spaces in advance. To do this, make a copy of one’s blank BINGO card for every guest by copying and pasting the complete table many times (one per page).
Next choose 24 baby gift words. Take the 1st word and paste it on one occasion on each Bingo card, ensuring to write it in the different square on each card. Then make next word and fill it in once on each card, again making certain to put it in various squares. Fill inside the remaining squares on each card similarly. When you’re done, each BINGO card will be filled in and each one will likely be totally different from others.
Some suggestions for baby shower gifts include blanket, bath toys, booties, socks, hat, clothes, diapers, baby powder, lotion, rattle, bottles, pacifier, etc.
To have fun playing the game, give each guest a game card and still have them mark off the gift that is opened through the Mother-to-Be. Whoever gets 5 marks consecutively wins.