Plan a Midday Bingo Party!
Since this party is all about having fun, you don’t want to prepare any food that will be difficult to eat. You want your guests to snack as they play, after all!
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Finger food that your guests can stack on a plate and eat as they play are your best bet!
Mini Onion Tarts
Penny Cheese Puffs
Taco Chicken Fingers
Banana Bread Sticks
Sandwiches are just about the only things your guests can eat while still playing. Make sure that you have a couple different kinds!
Oven Ham Sandwiches
Summer Sub Sandwich
Greek Salad Sandwich
Stick to grab-and-go sweets, like cookies and bars!
Chocolate Almond Macaroons
Peanut Butter Cookie Balls
Chocolate Honey Cookies
Magic Cookie Bars
Since this is a midday-party, opt for fruity drinks and iced teas, rather than cocktails.
Iced Apple Tea
Orange Iced Tea
Fruit & Cream Soda
Classic Iced Tea
- Ask around to see if any of your friends has their own Bingo game. If not, then buy one yourself. They’re not very expensive, and we bet that once you have, you’ll want to throw more Bingo parties!
- Every game of Bingo needs a winner, and every winner needs a prize. Ask guest to bring a prize that’s worth $5-$10. After all, you’re going to providing them with the setting and the food, so a small a gift shouldn’t be a problem.
- Remember that a game party should be very casual. Host it during the day, and make sure that it doesn’t last longer than a couple hours.
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