Zoom will be the most used medium to spend the upcoming Christmas Holiday since there are still restrictions being implemented by the government officials to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
However, you can still improve your Zoom experience and make an unforgettable virtual Christmas party for family and friends. The first thing you need to do is to make your background a unique one. To help you with that here are the best background themes you can try.
Best Zoom Christmas party ideas
Christmas Cocktail Night
According to CountryLiving’s latest report, the Christmas party is not all about games. Just catching up with your friends and family while drinking could even be a better experience. If you want to make your not extra fun, you can make your own cocktails together while on Zoom meeting.
Bingo is one of the traditional games that people play during the Christmas season. Since you can’t play Bingo together, you can still download the free-to-use website Bingo maker and create a virtual game. What’s great about this is that there’s no player limitation.
If you want a very hyped Christmas night, why not play Charades. However, you need to make sure that all of the members have good internet connections. You can download Charades.net to make the game easier and more fun.
Hosting a Scavenger Hunt party
Bustle’s previous report stated that Scavenger Hunt is one of the most popular games, whether the celebration is an actual gathering or a virtual one. The first thing you need to remember is to send out “Evites.” You can do this by visiting Paperless Post, Greenvelope, and other websites that send online invitations.
Once people confirmed that they are attending, you need to create an attractive background to get their attention. After that, you need to make sure that your Holiday Scavenger Hunt List doesn’t contain common items, such as stocking, Santa’s hat, and mistletoe. You can add objects that are hard to find.
The best way to make this even more enjoyable to add a twist into the game. You can do this by creating riddles so that your family and friends will have to guess first before they go Scavenger Hunting.
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