DIY Engagement Party Balloon Game
Photos by Jeff Mindell
DIY Projects, Styling and Text by Studio DIY
Games that help your guests get to know the couple are very common at all sorts of wedding events, but we’re adding a balloon twist. These balloons are hiding confetti inside to reveal the answer to each question – after the party attendees have made their guesses, of course!
- Balloon Time Helium Tank
- Confetti in two colors
- Plastic bottle
- String or ribbon
- Metallic marker
- Printable answer sheet (one per guest)
- Make up a list of 5-12 questions. The answer should be one of the members of the couple (For example: “Who is messier?” Who cooks?” “Who has more shoes?”). Then ask the couple each question so they can determine the answer for each question.
- Blow up the balloons first with air. Use a metallic marker to write each question on a different balloon. Let the balloons dry and then slowly deflate them.
- Carefully cut off the top off of a plastic water bottle. This will act as your funnel for filling the balloons with confetti! Make sure you select a distinct confetti color to represent each person.
- Wrap the tail of one of the balloons around the opening of the water bottle top and fill with a couple spoonfuls of the confetti that corresponds to the person that was the answer for that question. It’s okay if some of the confetti gets stuck in the tail of the balloon as this will be fixed when you fill it.
- Inflate the balloons using the Balloon Time Helium Tank and tie with string or ribbon.
- Place on the center of the tables or around the party room.
- Give each guest a printable answer sheet and pen and instruct them to answer each question.
- Using a pin, have the host, a guest or the couple pop each balloon to reveal the answer in confetti.
Note: Adult supervision is required when using balloons. Please read all warnings and precautions on the Balloon Time carton.