Good baby shower games for a girl include the baby name game, a celebrity mother and daughter word scramble, don't say baby and girl tunes. Games can include small prizes, such as chocolates, baked goods, bath salts, lotion or specialty soap.
The baby name game requires a book or website with name meanings, a list of girl names, pens and paper. Party guests are shown the list of girl names, then write the meaning of each name they know. To make the game more personal, the names of family and friends can be used.
A celebrity mother and daughter word scramble requires a scramble printout for each guest and pens. The scramble printouts are set up beforehand, with each scramble being the name of a celebrity mother or daughter, such as Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson or Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Don't say baby requires a diaper pin for each guest. The guests put the pin on their clothes. During the party, no one is allowed to say the word "baby." If anyone does, the first person to notice gets to take her pin. The goal is to collect the most pins.
Girl tunes requires writing material, such as paper and pens or whiteboard and markers. Party guests yell songs that have a girl's name in the title, such as "Layla" by Eric Clapton or "Lovely Rita" by The Beatles.