Spicing Up Corporate Christmas Party Games for Large Groups with a Seattle Corporate Event DJ
Being the secretary, your boss has asked you to submit a list of corporate Christmas party games for large groups that would be ideal for both young and old employees from different departments. And, given that the Christmas party will be in three weeks, he wants the list available within 24 hours. So, what will you do?
Well, there is no need to panic since you have landed on the right page. This article lists down three fun Christmas party games that are perfect playing even if there are several participants in each group.
Three Corporate Christmas Party Games for Large Groups to Try
#1 Snowman Making Contest
Is there a need to explain the criteria? The name of the game says it all! Well, for the sake of those who do not know the game, this requires each group to make the tallest and prettiest snowman. To add more thrill to the game, all groups should be given a time-limit; say, 10 minutes. Ten minutes is not enough time, of course. So, can you imagine how each group’s snowman would look?
While the groups are working on their snowman, ask the corporate event DJ to play some good music. Playing some music is a good way to excite the players. To help decide the winner, ask the assistance of some of your bosses.
#2 Balloon Popping Contest
Like the first game, this is also one of those corporate Christmas party games for large groups that are played against the clock. The allotted time for this game should only be three minutes or less; otherwise, you will have to invest on buying a lot of balloons.
Each group should have 20 members standing in pairs. Each pair should pop or squeeze a balloon between their chests. Once the balloon is popped, the next pair follows. The group with the most balloons popped wins the game.
#3 Find Your Group Mates
Among other corporate Christmas party games for large groups; this game is a good party starter which gets things started in a fun way.
Before the guests arrive at the venue, stick a picture underneath each chair. For instance, if your company is providing computer services, then prepare pictures like keyboards, mouse, CPU, and some other similar stuff. At the start of the party, ask each guest to grab the picture underneath their chair and find their respective group mates. The first group to complete the required number of members wins.
For sure, your company is already planning for the next big Christmas party. If that is so, then hire the services of an exceptional Seattle Corporate Event DJ today.
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