Hi I’m Judy Carrier with Jewels by Park Lane.
And I’m going to talk to you about how to plan games for a jewelry party. First of all
know your guests, are they party people, do they like playing games? Or are they the kind
of people that just want to get down to looking at the product. If you have a lot of people
who aren’t well acquainted you should start off with a game that breaks the ice. For instance
the name game. You could say an introductory type thing. I could start with saying I’m
Judy and I love jewelry. Now you would start, the next person in line would say, their name,
and then they would pick something about themselves that they like or dislike, starting with the
first letter of their name. And that goes around to the last guest has introduced themselves
and if she gets it all right then she gets a gift. And usually you give her a little
help so she’s going to get one anyway. Cause whoever goes last has to do the most work.
Another game that’s a lot of fun, is just telling a little something about the product
and every time the name of the product like Jewels by Park Lane is mentioned the box that
you’ve been passing around, which has a nice gift in it, is given to the next person. These
are just two of the games that you can use in your jewelry party. I’m Judy Carrier with
Jewels by Park lane planning shows with games.