Category: Dinner Party

Dinner Party - Game Night Games

Hosting a dinner party or game night can be lots of fun but it can also be stressful if you want the event to be a little more than a casual social occasion.

So how do you make your dinner party a memorable event that is also a good time? Have memorable and unique games, where everyone gets involved and has fun.

I have put together a list of classic game night games dinner party games, fun board games, quiz games and added a few extras that I came up with so you can create your own fun to match your event. If you have additional dinner party games, send me an email and I will consider adding them to the Dinner Party list.

Wine Trivia Game

Wine Trivia Game, create your own wine trivia game at your next dinner party, girls night or wine tasting party. We have some wine facts and trivia to get you started.

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Dinner Party Who Am I

Who Am I? Dinner party game that pulls from the classic Who Am I? game to challenge your friends to discover what famous person, thing, event, title or other thing that they are.

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Salad Bowl Game

Salad Bowl Game – Perfect Game Night game with friends. This game has three rounds the multi-clue round, pictionary or charades round and one word round. DIY, easy and works with for parties of 10, 15 or even 20 people.

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3 Charades Games

Charades – 3 Charade games, rules, instructions and tips – Get ready for fun with charades. team play, one group option and speed charades allow you to make a fun game night or dinner party memorable.

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Trivia Night in a Box
Supplies: Downloadable trivia game

Do you and your friends love trivia nights? Well now you can bring bar style trivia game to your party. These games gives you lots of trivia rounds from a variety of categories, a scoring system and bonus trivia games. Lots of fun for competitive friends. Now you can be the King or Queen of trivia night.
Trivia Night in a Box Game
Murder Mystery Party Games
Supplies: Murder mystery, guests participation

Have a creative group and want to try something new. A murder mystery puts everyone in the game. With a little planning, preparation and good friends, you can host a dinner party to die for. We have found a site online that offers around 200 different murder mysteries and they offer small/large group, teen games, women only and more.
Check out these Murder Mystery Games

link to AreYouGame.com
For the Record Music Games
Supplies: Music aficionados of the noted decades, game purchase

How well do you know music trivia well find out in this music trivia challenges. Versions include 80's & 90's and 50's - 70's. Each game has hundred of questions originating from 6 categories. Play as individuals or teams.
Fors the Record Games
For the Record: 80's & 90's Edition
For the Record: 50's, 60's & 70's Edition
The Big Freeze Game
Supplies: Slips of paper, pen, guest awareness

You can play this game with 6, 12, 24 or 40 people, but everyone needs to know the rules. One person is selected or randomly picked (draw from a hat) to be the "Big Freeze" that person at some point during the night will Freeze in place and then everyone who sees that the "Big Freeze" is on must also Freeze in place the last person to freeze loses. They then become the "Big Freeze" for the next round or can finish their drink.

Questions & Answers Dinner Party Game
Supplies: Paper, pen and bowls

This silly game is a great before and after dinner game, but can also be used as an ice breaker. Before dinner place everyones name in a bowl, give everybody a pen and two slips of paper big enough that they can write a sentence on it. Now pass the bowl and have each person pick a name out of the bowl and write a (fun or silly) question about that person. Once done, pass a bowl around and have everyone fold their questions and place it in the bowl. Then have each person write a creative answer to a question they think was asked about them. Then fold the answers, pass a second bowl around to collect the answers.

Then after dinner (it can be when serving desert) get the question and answer bowls and place at opposite ends of the table. Have the first person pull out a Question and read it and then have the person with the other bowl pull out an Answer and read it. In most cases the combination will prove to be very strange and humourous. once done pass the bowl to the person on their left, repeat, laugh and repeat again.

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