Throw a fun game night party for your favorite engaged couple or family and friends with these awesome Game Night Party Ideas. You’ll find lots of DIY party decorations, ideas, food, and fun for a winning game night.
So if you follow me on Instagram, you might have noticed that THIS recently happened in our family....
I know, I still can't believe it.
But here we are.
And we couldn't be happier for her and the new addition to our family. The wedding isn't until November but we are having lots of fun planning and celebrating with parties.
Since she is a huge board game fanatic, we kicked off the fun with a Game Night engagement party.
Since we used a gym to hold the party, I couldn't handle the ugly walls. We decorated them with white table cloths and a red and black Uno game theme. You can see how I created the backdrop here.
We created XL board games for the walls so they would tie into the game night fun and hide more of the ugly walls. We purchased this magnetic Scrabble game and then created this Checkers game, a Chess game, a Connect 4 game and a Lines game.
We had 10 round tables and 2 long tables filled with classic board games. On each table there was a different colored table cloth and a board game for the guests to play.
On the long tables, we had a Personalized Guess Who Game with pictures of each of the cousins, a Superhero Chess Game starring both DC and Marvel heroes, Battleship, Tic Tac Toe, and such.
On the regular tables we had games like Life, Monopoly, Scrabble, Hungry Hippos, Candy Land, and more of the classics.
In between the tables, we had large games like this XL Twister game and an XL Connect 4 Game. After all, it's not a party until you've played Twister around a 3 year old and baby. That brings a whole new meaning to the level of difficulty.
Our guest book was a Jenga game. Each guest signed a piece and we gave the game to the couple as a gift at the end of the night. Now when they play, they will always have memories of the family and friends who love them.
The dessert table was down the center of the room. It was probably my favorite part of creation and of the party.
We had all kinds of yummy desserts perfect for a Game Night like Uno Kit Kat bars, Chess Cupcakes, Game of Life Car Suckers, Board Game Kisses, Jenga Chocolate Chip Cookies, Kaplunk Cake Pops, and more.
Using these Board Game table cards, it was easy to use regular store bought and handmade desserts and turn them into treats that were perfectly themed for the Game Night party.
See the last minute fun and all the party details in this fun pre-party video.
We had a great time at our Game Night Engagement Party and sharing all the fun details with you. Be sure to save all the great party ideas for your next game night.