Halloween Themed Party Games for Party Plan Consultants

I love hosting theme parties with my Party Plan Business. It's a great way to break up the monotony of doing the same ‘ole party every time. 

With Halloween just a few weeks away, I wanted to share some of my favorite Halloween Themed Party Games that you can begin using right away!

Check places like Party City  to stock up on candy and decorations and you can give a “spooky” feel to your party easily and economically!

halloween theme party ideas

This post may contain affiliate links which means we receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

Who Am I?

When a guest arrives a name tag or piece of paper is placed on their back and they are told that by the end of the party they must guess what it says. Note: You can choose to use product names, names associated with Halloween or Fall.

This is done by asking other guests ‘yes' or ‘no' questions about what the paper says. They are not allowed to read it themselves, nor are they allowed to ask someone else what it says.

When they guess correctly, they win a prize like a candy bar or maybe a sample or Gardening Gift.

What's In A Name?

Give each guest an index card and pen. Have each guest write as many candy names as they can in one minute. You can use your smartphone stopwatch to time them.

You could also pass around a bag or tray with candy on it and have them write down the ones they remember seeing on the tray – one point for everyone one right!

You can vary this game by having them list things like “reasons to be your own boss” or “reasons to have a *company* party” instead of candy names as well.

What Do You Carry?

As you are going through your party presentation, randomly call out letters from the alphabet and the first person to hold up something from their purse with an item that starts with that letter gets a piece of candy.

You can spell out “Halloween” or “Fall” or something like “Opportunity” to start planting those recruiting seeds. The person with the most candy at the end of the show wins.

This is a funny one when you see what people think of with each letter.

The Great Pumpkin

Give each party goer a piece of paper or index card to draw on.  Then give these instructions:

1. First, draw the Great Pumpkin in the middle of the paper

2. To the left of your Great Pumpkin, draw a little pumpkin so he is not lonely.

3. You are surrounded by vines, so go ahead and draw those in.

4. This is a Pumpkin Patch, and every pumpkin patch needs a Scarecrow. Draw a scarecrow in your patch. 

5. Halloween is when bats come out to play, so put some bats in the air

6. Do you have a Happy Great Pumpkin or a Scary Great Pumpkin?  Go ahead and draw in his happy or scary face. 

7. Draw a Halloween Moon in the sky.

NOW YOU CAN OPEN YOUR EYES! How does it look???? Pass paper to the person on your left for Grading:

If the pumpkin is in the middle – 10 points
If the little pumpkin is to the left of the Great Pumpkin, but not touching – 10 points
If there are more than 2 vines – 15 points
The base of the scarecrow is near the ground – 20 points
More than two bats in the air – 20 points
The face is actually ON the Great pumpkin – 20 points
If the moon is in the sky, but not touching any other part of the picture – 15 points

Perfect score is 110

These are great games to help pass the time while you are waiting for tardy guests to arrive or just to break up the party presentation if things start to drag. 

Games are a way to keep the party fun and not boring, while making people laugh.  Remember, the more FUN your guests have, the more they will want to party with you again!

What are some of your favorite Party Games?

Class is in Session! Click Here to join the Facebook Party Hosting Masterclass.

Spread the love

33 thoughts on “Halloween Themed Party Games for Party Plan Consultants”

  1. I have been looking for just right game, especially not being a “game” person. You gave it to me. On Thursday I will be playing the What’s in a Name game! I look forward to piling the candy on a tray and see who can remember what!!

  2. Those are some cute games. You could also do the one like they play at baby showers where each guest gets a clothepin to attach to their shirt. At baby showers, whenever someone says “baby”, the first person to hear them say it takes their clothespin away. The person with the most clothespins at the end of the party wins a prize. You could make your word be something related to the product or Halloween.

  3. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    Those are super fun ideas. We were just at a kids Halloween party yesterday and they played pin the face on the Jack O’Lantern!

  4. I love games! Any game I am good with. We are not having a halloween party this year, but I might do some of these games just for fun with the family.

  5. These are great games! They would make for such a great halloween party!! I love the blind folded great pumpkin game. It would be so funny to see the results!

  6. Savannah Miller

    I am having a halloween party for my kiddos birthday we may try a few of these at the party! I really like the name game, I think I would put cool halloween things like “Witch” “Vampire” “Ghost” 🙂

  7. These are some great ideas for games. I plan to have a Halloween party when my husband and I find a house. I’m hoping next year for Halloween we’ll be able to have a party. My daughters would have so much fun helping me with this.

  8. We are planning a Halloween party. I will have to try a few of these games. The kids were just talking about what they wanted to do during the party.

  9. alexandria waning

    I want to have a Halloween party so bad. That WHO AM I game sounds like fun. All these do.

  10. What fun ideas! It totally makes me wish that I planned a party this year. I’ll have to pin this for next year!!

  11. Shaney Vijendranath

    Love playing games at parties. It always brings a vibe to the party and makes things more exciting.

  12. Drawing the Great Pumpkin is a fun idea. No one has really ever seen it, right? Great way to encourage imagination. 🙂

  13. My nephew was born on holloween, so we are doing a holloween birthday party for him this year! She actually used those invites 🙂

  14. I’m a consultant and parties are great ways to introduce my products to new and existing customers. Problem is, I’m always running out of party ideas. Thanks so much for sharing these party games!

  15. I love your ideas. I am still thinking on whether to host or not a Halloween party because I am not a consultant. LOL. My friend is thinking of hosting so I might just let her. I am going to pass thing along to her.

  16. Every year I tell myself I’m going to host a Halloween party… Then never do! Maybe next year I will and I can use your games!

Comments are closed.

Scroll to Top