Parents celebrate their children’s sweet 16s to celebrate their children’s transition to adulthood. Teenagers are excited to have this party as the event is nothing less than a rite of passage that leads them to adulthood.
Crystal Ballroom is aware of the importance of these celebrations. It offers tailor-made packages and its elegant ballrooms to parents who want to celebrate the occasion in style. If you are planning for a sweet 16 party for your child, you should hand over all your responsibilities to the Crystal Ballroom team that will guide you and help you organize the best party in town.
For every party, you need entertainment options to keep your guests entertained. Today’s teens grew up using technology. But nothing can beat physical games that bring friends to sit together and spend quality time. Here is a list of 10 fun games that will make your child’s Sweet 16 more memorable.
Take inspiration from the super popular Lip Sync Battle and get ready to give your best diva impressions. Draft a list of songs, new and old both, and ask your guests to sing at least one song. Ask someone to volunteer to pick the best performance.
One of the most fun games, Password can easily be played with a group of four people. Make two teams of four people each and ask the birthday boy/girl to tell the password to one of the team players.
Prepare bingo cards where each square has something that the birthday boy/girl likes for example ‘baking’ or ‘bike riding’, etc.
Prepare a list of 16 questions (Sweet 16s) and ask your guests to answer them all. Get a special gift for the one who gets a 100% score.
There cannot be a better fun game than a treasure hunt. Provide clues and hints to your guests and ask them to find precious presents hidden across the ballroom.
Get a candlestand (candelabra) that can hold 16 candles. Ask each of the special and closest people in your life to light a candle. Thank them for making a difference in your life and standing beside you through thick and thin.
Prepare a set of ‘would you rather’ questions, for example, would you rather go on a world tour or buy your dream house. Place all the questions in a bowl and ask everyone to pick one by one and answer the question. Another similar game is to prepare ‘never have I ever questions’ like never have I ever checked my best friend’s messages.
Who doesn’t love a fashion show? Install a small ramp and keep a box full of scarfs, hats, makeup, and other accessories. Ask your guests to get the perfect look and walk down the ramp. Keep the camera ready to capture some great photos.
A game loved by people of all ages. Write 16 truths and 16 dares on small cards and place them inside each balloon before blowing it. At the party, ask each guest to pop the balloon and find out what the card says. Either answer the question or perform the dare.
Sing songs in groups or give solo performances, but have a karaoke setup and show off your singing skills. You will cherish these memories forever.