15 HILARIOUS VALENTINE PARTY GAMES
Valentine's Day isn't just about candlelit dinners and heart-shaped chocolates. It's also an excellent opportunity to share laughs and create unforgettable memories with loved ones. Whether you're hosting a couples' evening, a singles' get-together, or a lively Valentine's kitty games night, injecting humour is the perfect way to break the ice and boost the fun factor. Dive into our curated list of hilarious Valentine's party games that promise to make your celebration the talk of the town!
1. Who’s Who?
You will require sticker papers and a marker for this game. Select some romantic films names like Notebook, Titanic, Love Actually, Silver Linings, 500 Days of Summer, etc., and write it on stickers. As your friends show up, put one on their back. No one tells each other what is written on the sticker. When someone guesses the right movie, they get a gifts for Valentine Day.
2. Name the Song
Choose a few lines from romantic songs and write them on pieces of paper. You can go for old melodies like "Ain’t no sunshine", "It had to be you", "Love You Like a Love Song", etc. Now, give each of your visitors a song line, and they have to read that line in any rhythm. All visitors will try and guess the song. The one with maximum right guesses will win the game.
3. The Blind Chocolate Race
Sounds delicious, right? Well, it’s going to be. Gather some branded chocolates like Dairy Milk, KitKat, Snickers, Nestle, Amul, etc. Now put these chocolates in a box. Blindfold the players. Each player has to determine the chocolate brand somehow by tasting, touching, smelling, etc. After they guess, they have to put the chocolates in alphabetical order inside a box. The player that does it fastest wins the game.
4. Minute to Win it!
One of the most romantic Valentine Day games for couples! A couple will have to stand close with their chins touching, keeping the face at a particular angle. Place one Oreo cookie each at the forehead of both players. Both players have to somehow drag the cookie without touching it to their lips and have to kiss their partner taking the cookie in the mouth at the same time. The couple will have a minute to win it.
5. The Paper Dance
A game that most of us used to play when we were kids. Spread one newspaper on the floor. Play any romantic song. Ask the couple to step on the paper and start the dance. The team shouldn’t step on the floor while dancing. After one minute of dancing, ask them to stop. Now stop the music and fold the paper into half. Again start the music and ask them to dance for a minute following the same rule. Repeat it again by decreasing the size of the paper. The couple that lasts longer wins the game.
6. Find Your Match Card Game
Begin the fun with this engaging card game. Distribute cards to the guests, ensuring that each card has a matching pair. The objective? Guests need to locate their card partner by asking only 'yes' or 'no' questions. The catch? No direct questions about the card value! This game brings out all the hilarious assumptions and can be a part of valentine kitty games for some light-hearted fun.
7. Valentine Pictionary
This game is a twist on the traditional Pictionary. Create a list of Valentine’s Day-themed phrases or words. Participants must draw the phrase, and their team has to guess. From "cupid's arrow" to "chocolate box," the range can be vast. It's especially fun seeing those not-so-artistic friends try to sketch complex love idioms. Perfect as a Valentine Day kitty game!
8. Guess the Love Story Trivia
Gather your guests and test their knowledge of iconic couples with a humorous twist! Narrate quirky, twisted tales of love stories from history, literature, or pop culture, and let participants guess who the couple is. For example, tell a story about a queen who had a thing for guys with large feet and her lover who couldn't resist women who lost their shoes. Can they guess it's Cinderella and Prince Charming? The person with the most correct guesses could win one of those special Valentines Day gifts. Laughter and romance guaranteed!
9. Blindfolded Makeup Challenge
For those who want to include funny couple kitty games, this is perfect. Couples take turns to apply makeup on their partners while being blindfolded. The results? Usually hilarious and Instagram-worthy!
10. Pin the Heart
A Valentine's twist on 'Pin the Tail on the Donkey.' Blindfold participants and let them attempt to pin a paper heart on a giant cupid poster. The one closest to the target wins. This game brings out the child in everyone.
11. Heart Hopscotch
Turn the traditional hopscotch into a Valentine's Day special by redesigning the blocks into heart shapes. Add funny challenges in some blocks like 'propose to the person on your left' or 'sing a love song' to make it even more entertaining.
12. Valentine's Day Truth or Dare
Fill a jar with truth questions and dares, all centered around love and Valentine's Day. It's surprising, fun, and can lead to many hilarious moments, especially if played as a valentine kitty game.
13. Love Song Lip Sync Battle
Couples or individuals pick their favorite love songs and lip-sync to them. Add props, costumes, or dance moves to make it funnier. Audience applause determines the winner. This could easily become the most entertaining part of the night.
14. Sticky Situation Balloon Dance
Couples must dance with a balloon stuck between them without using their hands. If the balloon falls, they’re out. This couple kitty games funny entry will bring couples close—literally and figuratively!
15. Love Letter Laugh Off
Players choose names randomly and then write a funny and over-the-top love letter to whoever they pick. Everyone then reads their letter out loud. The letter that makes people laugh the most wins a prize. The prize could be something from the list of Valentines Day gifts for her.
These are five hilariously romantic Valentine’s party games that you can organise at your home and even for Valentine Day celebration in office. You can buy Valentine Day soft toys or some other sweet gifts for the winners. Happy gaming! Happy Valentine’s Day!