Are you known in your circle of friends as the best hosts who know how to throw a great party? If so, that probably means that you are always on the lookout for new and different things you can do as you host your next event. Maybe you have decided to throw an escape-themed party. If that's the case, you may already have a plan. On the other hand, maybe you are still in the planning stages of your escape-themed party. If that's the case, from sending out fun invitations to planning the activities, here are some ideas that might help you to plan a fun and memorable event.
The Escape-Themed Party Invitations - Instead of texting, emailing or phoning your friends with the party information, consider sending actual invitations in the mail. That can help to set the stage for your escape-themed party. For example, the invitation could look like a maze, with the information written along the corridors of the maze. Another idea is to turn the invitation into a jigsaw puzzle. The recipients of the puzzle invitation will have to put the puzzle together in order to get the information about your party.
Think about asking everybody to bring a puzzle that has to be solved. For example, somebody might bring a deck or cards that will be the basis of a puzzle game. Somebody else might bring a difficult riddle that needs to be solved. Another guest might bring a super hard jigsaw puzzle.
The Escape-Themed Party Activities - If you asked your guests to bring activities themselves, consider how long you'll take on that part of the activity. Then follow it with one of your own. For example, maybe there are clues in each room of your house. Each clue needs to be solved before going onto the next room. Part of the fun will be having your guests working together to solve each clue. The last room might be where you all have dinner together. You can even go to an escape room so that you don't need to think of the clues yourself.
Consider ending the escape-themed party with a movie. An Alfred Hitchcock thriller or something like Audrey Hepburn's Charade would all be great choices. Another idea for a movie might be Pappillon, with Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman, or Hopscotch, starring Walter Matthau. Before you show the movie, give clues about it and have your guests guess what the movie will be.Share
19 June 2019
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