Party Games For Couples.

Everyone need some fun in their lives. Check out our party games propositions for couples.

1. Kiss-Off

An icebreaker game for couples that takes almost no preparation, you are guaranteed to get the couples talking and laughing.

  1. Have each woman apply her lipstick as heavily as she can. Darker and bright colors work best, so you may wish to have some colors available for guests to use.

  2. When you tell the group to start, each woman is to kiss her mate on the face as many times as she can within 30 seconds.

  3. The couple with the most kisses on the man’s face wins.

2. Bag a Mate

For game, you will need a brown paper bag for each person.

  1. Separate the men and women into different rooms and put a large paper bag over each person’s head.

  2. Then send both the groups back together and tell them to find their mate by feeling only.

  3. Remind them they are not allowed to speak. Once a couple finds each other, they are to quietly inform the host and that couple wins.

  4. The other players keep looking for their mate and the game ends when each couple pairs up.

3. Garage Sale

For this couple’s icebreaker game, pass out blank pieces of paper to all your guests.

  1. Tell each guest to write down the name of an item they would like to get rid of in a garage sale and the five reasons they would like to do so.

  2. When everyone has finished, tell your guests to cross out the name of the item and write their spouse or partner’s name in its place.

  3. Take turns having each person read their list saying, “I want to get rid of _________________ because he (she) . . .”

  4. Make sure you only play this with couples who have a sense of humor and are good sports, as responses are funny, but can sound insulting.

4. Ribbon Run

A couples in this game work as a team.

  1. Purchase some inexpensive ribbon and cut it into various lengths.

  2. Before the party, hide the ribbon pieces in locations in some rooms and tell your guests what areas they can search.

  3. Give the couples ten minutes to search and then tie the pieces they find together to make one long piece of ribbon.

  4. Measure the completed pieces and the couple with the longest ribbon piece wins.

5. Romantic Poetry

Choose 4 or 5 couples to participate without telling them what they will be doing. Find a romantic poem for each man to read to his mate. The audience will judge the presentation based upon sincerity, applause received, inflection, and motions used. Each man takes a turn reading the selection to their wives and the audience votes for a winner. Provide the winner with a certificate for “The Most Romantic Man of the Year” with your party date and place.

6. Ring a Bell Couple Icebreaker

A fun introductory icebreaker game for couples, the host or hostess announces that they are going to describe a category and ring a bell when they do so. A couple that matches the description is to raise their hands. Use the following categories or come up with some of your own:

“I am looking for the couple who . . .

  • on my “go,” can hold the longest sustained kiss without looking around.”

  • can show me the most pictures of the two of them together.”

  • can tell me the funniest real-life honeymoon story.”

  • birthed the most children between their wedding day and 5th anniversary.”

  • had the shortest honeymoon.”

  • married on or closest to an official holiday.”

  • married on or closest to one of their birthdays.”

  • has the most unique hobby they enjoy doing together.”

  • looks most alike.”

  • lived the furthest apart when they went out on their first date.”

  • has travelled the furthest distance together this year.”

  • have the most matching letters in their first and middle names

“I am looking for the person who . . .

  • is wearing the most gifts given to them by their spouse

  • has given the most creative Valentine’s gift to their spouse at any time.”

  • has done the sweetest thing for their spouse’s parents.”

7. Count Your Blessings

This intimate icebreaker game for couples is an excellent way to close a party.

  1. Invite your guests to sit in a circle.

  2. Dim the lights or light some candles to create a personal ambiance.

  3. Explain that your guests are going to delve deeply and share specific examples of blessings in their lives. Instead of making broad, general statements, such as, “my family” or “my health,” participants should be encouraged to share specifics, such the about a new family member, or a recent illness cure.

  4. This icebreaker game is a wonderful opportunity for couples to share the special things they love about each other and can also serve as a good conversation starter.

Couple games can relax your group and get them ready to have a great time at your party or get-together. Get ready, prepare, choose the right games, and have fun!

Agata K

I am social media influencer and co-founder of I believe that it is very important to spread good vibes and love not only online, but in real life too! Also I like cooking (who don't love to eat tasty food), puppies, my yoga mat and new adventures.


Comment on this post (1 comment)

  • Alice says...

    So cool! Definitely need to try.
    Thank You <3

    December 30, 2017

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