Candle Party Game Ideas
Candle party game ideas can add fun to a party whether is the one of the popular home candle sales parties or just any party that you want to include candles into the party games.
If you are hosting a candle party to sell candles for profit or charity, you'll want to implement game ideas that use candles which are available for purchase so the guests can get a real feel for the products, hold them and smell them, increasing your sales significantly.
While decades ago Tupperware parties were popular, today these have been replaced with candle parties because a home feels more like home when lovely, fragrant candles are everywhere.
The two games below will work great wither you need candle party game ideas for a candle sales party or just want to add a candle game into another type of party.
This game can get a party rolling.
- Before the party, write a short monologue that uses the words "left" and "right" frequently, but remember that these words do not only refer to directions.
- Purchase small votive (tea light) candles in various colors and hand one to each guest for a small party or hand out only a few if the group is large.
- Explain that soon they will know what to do with the candle.
- Have the guests sit in a circle and explain that when they hear the words "left" or "right", their candle must pass to the person in that direction.
- Then read your monologue, which might go something like this: "I left my car keys on the table right where I always place them.
- I went right to the kitchen to find out if the kids had left a mess, only to find everything in the right place…" This is a hectic and chaotic candle party game idea, but everyone will have fun.
- If every guest has a candle, they will be holding a different one at the end of the game in most cases and they can take that candle home with them.
- If there are only a few candles and a large group, the person holding the candle at the end wins it.
This candle party game is great for a small group. However, if the group is fairly large, you can also use designs and colors to describe the candles. , too!
- Purchase candles in various sizes, colors, shapes and designs.
- Describe on a slip of paper each candle.
- In a small party, only the color is needed; if a large group, be specific as you describe the shape, design, etc. If you have a digital camera, a picture of the candle can be used instead.
- Place these candles about the party area or throughout the home in places the guests are welcomed to search.
- Let each guest select a slip of paper and then hold a search where each guest can only take the candle that matches their paper and can not give hints to others when they locate a candle that is not the one which they are attempting to locate.