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There’s been an engagement! Now it’s time to have some fun, so let the party begin! But wait, there’s a couple things to plan for before it can actually begin- like what to do at the Engagement Party. We know both of the couples’ friends will be there so there’s a whole lot of fun that can happen. It’s just hard to know what should or what you want to happen. We put a list of fun party activities together to give you some inspiration!
Here you go party-planner:
Perfect for an outdoor engagement party. Add a little sparkle to your bottles and rings!
Get into it with a champagne bar engagement party and enjoy everyone toasting to your happiness.
Bean Bag Toss
Another outdoor activity!
Create your own bingo cards where all the squares are wedding and engagement themed.
Few meals are enjoyed more than Brunch! Get your friends together for some yummy food and bubbly mimosa. This idea will not disappoint
If you’re having a casino night for your engagement party, pull out all the stops and rent casino-style tables so you can play games like blackjack, craps, and roulette. Hello Vegas!
Craft your own DIY Jeopardy with facts all about the couple! Like the game show, have your guests “buzz in” and score points.
BBQ and Camp
Invite your friends and family over for a relaxing Saturday! Host a BBQ with a bonfire to follow. (PS see above for the perfect outdoor games)
Couples Memory Lane
Give each guest an index card and have them write out a favorite funny memory with the couple. Then collect the cards and read them all out loud (hopefully over roars of laughter).
This engagement party game is designed to replicate upcoming wedding events and traditions. Have the couple race against each other, or choose guest teams in a relay race setup. Try a cake cutting contest, a garter and bouquet toss or see who can dress in wedding day attire the fastest.
You can either plan a day at a Vineyard or stock up on all types of wine for you and your friends. Don’t forget to have the snacks for when the liquid diet is no longer cutting it.
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