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Have some fun candle games with friends
- .Two Truths and a Lie:Many have played this game and its familiarity will relax the guests and provide some laughs. Basically, each guest must come up with three things to tell everyone about herself. Two of these will be truths and one will be a lie. The other guests must guess which are true and which is the lie. The person able to make her truthful events of her life seem unbelievable, usually wins. For example, a person could say, “I have been jogging in Paris, lost my wallet in Boston, and belly danced in Las Vegas.” The rest of the guests will have to decide which of these is true and which is the lie.
- My First Grade Teacher: Everyone has a fond memory of first grade. Have each guest share something about first grade, including their teacher’s name.
- What’s in Your Purse?: Have a list of items you want guests to find in their purses. A list might include: a piece of string, a checkbook, a rubber band, a penny, a credit card, a postage stamp, and a tissue. For each item on your list that a guest can produce from her purse, give a point. The guest with the most points wins.
- Guess the Scent: Have a row of different colored scented votive candle or tea light candles on the coffee table. Give each candle a number. Each guest must sniff the candles and write down on a slip of paper what she thinks the fragrance of each candle is. The person with the most correct guesses is awarded a prize.