Romantics and sentimentalists love Valentine’s Day. It’s a day of flowers, candles, cupids and cards. It is also a good excuse to get friendly and tell someone you like how you feel about them.
If you need to break the ice there are lots of games you can play. This is especially useful if there are people who don’t know each other. There are some ice-breakers on this page, but for further ice-breakers, see Ice-breakers.
The Case Of The Missing Matchmaker party kit for up to 50 guests is perfect for Valentines Day parties! There are “mystery (no murder)” and “murder mystery” versions.
The Famous Couple Fantasy party kit for up to 16 guests is a good choice for a Valentine’s Day couple’s party.
The Love Letter party kit for up to 29 girls is perfect for an all-girl Valentine’s Day party.
When guests arrive have someone tape a piece of card onto their back and give everyone a pen or pencil. Guests must write their first impressions of that person on the card on their back. Ask them to write witty and nice comments – bright eyes, figure to die for, kissable lips, seductive smile, soothing voice, lovely legs etc. When everyone has written comments on everyone’s card have each guest read the card on the person beside them.
Here is a little Valentine’s Day game you may like to play:
Have enough cards so there are two for each person at the St Valentine’s party. Write romantic words like love, lips, red, kissing, firelight, cosy, warm, soft, cuddle, passion, chocolate, sweet, marshmallows, etc. on half of the cards, and very unromantic words like saucepan, glue, teabag, window, sink, floor wax, football, toilet paper on the other half of the cards. Each person has to pick one card from each pile and make up a silly poem using both words and read it out aloud.
Have a pile of cards with one word on each. Use words you might find in songs like love. baby, red, roses, want, blue, crying, etc. (listen to some songs to get ideas). Spread the cards in a fan shape upside down on a table or hold them spread out in your hands like a pack of cards. Each person (or couple) takes a card and sings a snatch of a song with that word in it. If they are too shy to sing, they can just say the title of a song with that word in it. Some people will just make up a song but that’s OK.
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