Probably not a new concept to any of you, but for the love of God, stop putting them in cups you could find in a hospital supply room! Check out all the fun things you can do with them here.
A good way to take a party from ordinary to extraordinary in a matter of seconds: Smash someone in the face with a water balloon. The recipient may not be happy, but chances are many others won’t have a problem jumping in on the action immediately. (P.S. Make sure to fill A LOT of balloons because there’s no gloomier feeling than running out of balloons prematurely.)
Glow sticks are a party favorite, so why not turn your drink into one? Just nestle a glow stick into the bottom of a cup (the first cup does not need to be see-through) and place a smaller, see-through cup on top of it.
Chalk is fun, but glow in the dark chalk is really freaking fun.
So maybe I haven’t completely let go of my Blue Crush fantasies, but nothing screams summer party louder than some flaming tiki torches.
A classic icebreaker that seems to have become dismissed following the elementary school era. Seriously though, a party physically cannot be awkward when you’re trying to fish stuff out of a giant pool of water with your face.
We’re talking trampolines, hula hoops, Skip-Its. Get your partiers off the couch and jumping on a pogo stick instead!
You’d be lying if you said you don’t fondly reminisce about the days of spot light. How about an intense round of hide and seek? Besides, it’s kind of an excuse for us college-aged kids to play a reincarnated version of Seven Minutes in Heaven.
Save yourself the embarrassment of screeching to an audience of bar-goers and belt it out on your back porch instead. Free from the constraints of society, you’re even able to add in some custom choreography if you’d like!