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44 Memorable Fun Virtual Birthday Party Ideas, Games, & Activities For Celebrating In 2024

By June 11, 2022 July 10th, 2024 6 Comments

41 Entertaining Virtual Birthday Party Ideas For Having A Ton of Fun in 2020

Some special moments happen only during birthday parties.

Laughing so hard that you spit out your drink. Singing the birthday song off-key. Taking way too long to blow out a few candles.

Keep reading to learn how to throw a virtual birthday party with all the magic and memories you’ll cherish. We also recommend checking out Bonusly which offers automated welcome, anniversary, and birthday bonuses.

Benefits Of Throwing A Virtual Birthday Party

You don’t have to look at the virtual birthday party as a sub-par substitute to the in-person experience.

Virtual parties deliver their own equally delightful birthday experiences and even come along with some added benefits:

    • Flexibility that allows even more friends and family who live in any location or time zone to attend with no trouble.
    • No pressure to show up with a beautifully wrapped and perfectly selected present.
    • Memories that are easy to capture via screenshots and screen recordings.
    • Cost benefits to hosts who no longer feel pressured to purchase tons of decorations or food.

Virtual Birthday Party Ideas

Virtual Birthday Party Ideas

The best virtual birthday parties make the guest of honor feel special while also keeping guests engaged. Tactile components, such as activities or snacks, everyone can enjoy in their own home can elevate any virtual party from fun to spectacular.

Virtual Birthday Party Ideas For Work

Let Employees Pick Their Own Birthday Gift

Most virtual birthday party ideas miss the opportunity to include an in-person element. Sending a birthday box can be a great way to let employees personalize their gifts and show their individuality.

Supplies and resources:

Tip: No address? No worries! An employee celebrating their birthday will receive an email inviting them to fill out their address and begin selecting which items they want in their box.

Why we love this idea: In a remote working environment, we spend our days behind a screen. Build stronger connections with a physical note of appreciation and a virtual birthday gift box personalized for each individual.


Virtual Clue Murder Mystery Night with Outback Team Building

The experts at Outback Team Building have perfected the art of corporate virtual birthday parties by connecting teams—even remote teams who may be distributed all over the world. Virtual-Clue-Murder-Mystery

Supplies and resources:

Tip: Tell your event hosts that you’re celebrating a birthday so they’re sure to give the guest of honor the star treatment.

Why we love this idea: Sharing difficult experiences, maybe even carefully controlled experiences like this virtual murder mystery, can bring people closer together—even when they have to be far apart.


Ice Cream Float Experience

Learn to make hand-crafted ice cream alongside your friends. When you’re done sculpting your own soft serve, bust out some sodas to make a fierce ice cream float.

Supplies and resources:

  • 🍦 Ice Cream Float kit from Elevent
  • 🥤 Custom glassware

Tip: You can customize your virtual birthday party with reusable straws, extra sodas for floats and even personalized birthday cards.

Why we love this idea: Get everything you need to make ice cream from scratch delivered straight to your door. Elevent will sort out all the logistics for you and even includes a live event host to teach the ice cream-making process and keep the party rocking.


Birthday Games PDF Bundle

The Birthday Games Bundle is a collection of easy-to-play games and activities for you to enjoy with your coworkers, employees, and work friends. The best part is that all you have to do is download and print the PDFs with as many copies as you need for any number of participants to play.

The Birthday Bundle features Would You Rather Questions, Ever or Never, Drink If…, and How Well Do You Know The Birthday Person? – a super fun game to see who knows the birthday person best.

Supplies and resources:

  • Printer to print and distribute PDFs (you can also email the PDF if the participants have their own printer)
  • Pens or pencils to answer the questions and fill out the PDFs
  • Not Dead Yet Birthday Mug

Tip: To be on the safe side at work, replace alcoholic drinks with non-alcoholic beverages in the Drink If… game if you have any concerns.

Why we love this idea: These birthday games and activities are designed to bring enjoyment, make the birthday boy/birthday girl feel special and cared about, and amplify the good vibes at every birthday party celebration.


Virtual Taboo

Can you get your team to guess the target word before time runs out?


Supplies and resources:

  • Downloaded version of Zoom
  • A good attitude

Tip: Choosing a live facilitator will leave all the logistics to the professionals. All you have to bring is your A-game.

Why we love this idea: A super affordable experience good for any budget! Schedule your Taboo event with Confetti.


Virtual Mixology + Cooking Class Birthday

Learn how to whip up cocktail favorites in this virtual birthday party idea – because it’s always happy hour somewhere!

Sourced Game Night

Supplies and resources:

  • 🍸 Mixology Class: Measured portions of drink ingredients and a 30-minute hands-on virtual tasting activity class with an expert mixologist
  • 🧑‍🍳 Cooking Class: Learn how to prepare one of three classic Italian dishes and unleash your inner chef

Tip: If you enlist the help of a local professional, then ask for their Venmo/PayPal details so guests can send tips.

Why we love this idea: Including a shared physical aspect to your virtual party ties the event together, making everyone feel more connected. You may have friends who have never tried an at-home cocktail kit!


Send a Personalized Birthday Award

Don’t risk missing an important date that’s worthy of celebration! Automate your milestone workflow so you’re always on top of employee birthdays.


If you’re stuck, let employees pick their own virtual birthday gift by awarding them redeemable points. Programs like Bonusly make it incredibly easy to distribute points, and employees have the freedom to browse through thousands of rewards and pick something they actually want. You can even configure the program to automatically distribute points on an employee’s birthday to ensure you never miss a milestone.

Supplies and resources:

  • Computer/laptop with WiFi
  • A program like Bonusly

Tip: Allowing employees to choose their own gift is an awesome option because it ensures the recipient is getting something they really want — but it also has the potential to feel impersonal. To make sure the gesture is meaningful, be sure to include a personal note detailing all the things you appreciate about the employee.

Why we love this idea: We love Bonusly (and use it at SnackNation) because there’s truly something for everyone. Of the thousands of rewards included in the Bonusly catalogue, some of our favorites include:

  • Everything you need for a weekend getaway including luggage, Airbnb credits, and airline gift cards
  • Gifts the whole family can enjoy, like movie tickets and restaurant gift cards
  • Charitable donations to groups including Habitat for Humanity, the Equal Justice Initiative, and more
  • Company exclusives available to your company and your company only — think custom company swag, lunch with senior executives, or really anything else you can dream up


Virtual Game Night

Select from a range of virtual games, such as virtual charades, or even opt to play trivia about the birthday guest of honor.

Supplies and resources:

Tip: Split guests into teams if you expect lots of attendees at your virtual birthday party.

Why we love this idea: The virtual party planners at The Go Game handle all the event details, so you don’t have to worry about how to handle screen sharing and the other logistical nuances of virtual events.


Virtual Potluck

Each guest has to order delivery for a different guest. Each delivery should be a total surprise. (Guests can even plate their meals to create a drool-worthy Instagram story.)
Virtual Potluck


Tip: Have everyone share food allergies and sensitivities long before everyone makes their

Why we love this idea: The surprise and delight of not knowing what you’re going to eat. (And we also love the eating the delicious food part, of course.)


Virtual Karaoke Party

You’ll be laughing all night watching your friends and family belt out some of the best songs ever written. Not all of the performances will be worthy of a recording contract, but they’ll still be entertaining.
Virtual Karaoke Party

Supplies and resources:

You can also plan ahead of time and use a karaoke-themed app to expand your catalogue.

Tip: Vet a list of karaoke tracks ahead of time to make sure each song is instrumental only and sounds how you want it to.

Give out awards:

  • Best Singer Award
  • Best Song Choice Award
  • Best Performer Award

Use a recognition & rewards tool like Nectar to give out digital gifts or awards to the winners. You can also use Nectar to automatically send birthday bonuses to people in your org.

Why we love this idea: Instead of performing for the office birthday crowd, performers stricken by stage fright might be able to muster the courage to sing into their screen.


Imaginary Gift Exchange

Ask all the guests to arrive with their vision of the perfect gift for the guest of honor, something they would offer if money and logistical planning were no object. Guests then provide clues about their gift and the guest of honor has to guess what it could be.
Imaginary Gift Exchange


  • Custom photo party hats
  • A fabulous homemade birthday cake (a must-have for a gift exchange)

Tip: Tell everyone to have fun with this. The more ridiculous the imaginary gifts, the more fun everyone will have.

Why we love this idea: Sure, there are no physical gifts to enjoy, but this idea shows the guest of honor just how well their co-workers know them.

Pro-Tip: Don’t let the logistics of throwing a virtual birthday party for work slow you down. Have track budgets, store receipts, and document participants while you focus on what actually matters: having fun.

Virtual Masquerade

Ask everyone to arrive wearing their own DIY masks.
Virtual Masquerad-Mask

Supplies and resources:

Tip: Keep some icebreakers on hand if your costumes aren’t enough to spark quality conversations.

Why we love this idea: Easy costumes and a theme don’t add any steps or stress to party planning, but they do make a virtual event feel special.


Virtual Birthday Party Ideas For Adults

Virtual Beer and Cheese Pairing Experience

Get your group together to celebrate the big day with a virtual beer and cheese pairing happy hour that achieves just as much delicious magic as an in-person tasting.



  • 🧀 Beer & Cheese Tasting Kit from Elevent
  • 🍻 Custom Glassware

Tip: Ask all your guests to come prepared with their most pressing beer questions so everyone can learn as much as possible from your beer expert/host.

Why we love this idea: You don’t have to be in the same place to enjoy the conviviality of eating and drinking together.


Virtual Wine Tasting


Enjoy a virtual wine tasting with customizable sample size. Led by a professional sommelier and followed by a Q&A where you can ask anything you’d like!

Tip: Upgrade your drink with unique ice cube shapes.

Why we love this idea: Everything is totally customizable with the option to BYOB or have Priority Experiencies ship you everything you need, including a wine tasting kit with surprise pairing snacks.


Printable Playable Bundle

Get to know your employees and coworkers even better with the Printable Playable Bundle For Adults!

Supplies and resources:

  • 6 downloadable PDFs filled with virtual birthday party ideas and intriguing questions
  • Access to a printer to print off this ultra-fun bundle of PDFs
  • A Zoom link or other video calling platform invite

Tip: You can print off as many of the PDFs as you want, which means this is the perfect virtual birthday party idea for large groups.

Why we love this idea: A party is only as good as the shared energy and dynamic of the attendees. Virtual birthday parties can be trickier to get that dynamic going due to distance — however, these fun Printable Playables include icebreakers and exercises that are sure to keep everyone engaged!


Virtual “Roast” of Guest of Honor

Celebrate the guest of honor with the time-honored tradition of roasting—poking 100% good-natured fun of them.


Supplies and resources:

Tip: Ask everyone to check out some star-studded roasts to prepare and get inspired before the event.

Why we love this idea: Adults don’t need a lot of structure to have solid virtual events, but themes and structure, especially when they revolve around comedy, certainly help keep the laughter flowing and the engagement sky-high.


Virtual Comedy Club

Hire a comedian to give your party a decidedly hilarious and intimate flair. During a virtual comedy show, you’ll likely have a better comedian-to-audience ratio and deeper, more meaningful interactions.

Supplies and resources:

Tip: Recreate the comedy-club opener with a video playlist to warm your virtual audience up for hilarity.

Why we love this idea: This takes all the pressure off the guest of honor or the event hosts. You get all the laughter without anyone (besides your hired hand) feeling like they have to be the event MC.


Virtual Casino Night


Supplies and resources:

Tip: Ask everyone to brush up on the rules of your selected game

Why we love this idea: Casino games translate well to online environments. Plus, without the noise and bustle of a physical casino in the background, party guests will actually be able to carry on conversations while they play.


Hamilton AGAIN Watch Party

Turn you third+ viewing of Hamilton into a party.
Hamilton AGAIN Watch Party


Tip: Encourage everyone to sing along if they want.

Why we love this idea: It captures the festivity of the live shows, but it also lets you socialize in a way that would be impossible during live events.


Virtual Birthday Party Ideas For Teens

Movie Night Birthday Party


Supplies and resources:

  • Netflix subscription
  • Popcorn to send to guests

Tip: Use Netflix party to run a group stream.

Why we love this idea: It adds a theme and a structure to your virtual party while also allowing teens to chat as much as they want.


Virtual Board Game Night

Use a video chat tool and a virtual board game of your choice to figuratively gather everyone around your gaming table.


Tip: Have each guest suggest a game and play at least one round of everyone’s pick.

Why we love this idea: A familiar activity adds comfort and enjoyability to this new way of celebrating birthdays.


Virtual Cupcake Decorating Class


Tip: If you have dietary restrictions, check out their vegan, gluten-free, dairy free, and additional offerings.

Why we love this idea: Cupcakes come pre-baked so you can spend less time baking, more time decorating! It can also be customized to match a theme – like birthdays! This virtual event is moderated by an expert icer who can teach you the tips and tricks to professional cupcake making.


Live Music Birthday Party

Book a virtual live band to give birthday teens and their guests a full-on concert experience.



  • A band willing to perform over video stream (You can use the Bash, BookaBand, or Thumbtack)
  • A virtual concert where participants each add favorite live performances to a song queue for everyone to enjoy some tunes

Tip: Share information about the band or concert ahead of time so teens can look them up and get excited.

Why we love this idea: It can be challenging to build solid energy during a virtual event, but live music will satisfy any teenager’s need for excitement.


Virtual Paint Party with Kits Shipped

Who’s ready to party–with paint, that is!

Together, you will celebrate the special birthday guest and indulge in a delightful guided painting experience with a private instructor. Each person will receive supplies to create their own masterpiece, and the birthday boy/girl can choose from over a hundred painting options!

Supplies and resources:

  • Downloaded version of Zoom
  • A table, cup of water, and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
  • All other painting supplies will be shipped to you

Tip: Upgrade your packages with food/drinks, custom messages, or ice breaker activities to make the experience extra memorable!

Why we love this idea: The painting experience is easily customizable and allows you to choose an image or theme that’s meaningful to you. Guests will bond through their shared creative journey, and walk away with a beautiful keepsake!

Check out Paint The Town’s Virtual Paint Parties!

These shippable painting kits include:

  • Table Easel
  • 2 Paint Brushes: Wide Flat, and Point
  • 1 12×16 canvas
  • Acrylic Paints
  • Premium Palette


TikTok Dance Party

The birthday teen starts things off with a TikTok dance that everyone else can copy or build on.



Tip: Tell everyone what you’re planning so they have plenty of time to learn some trendy dances.

Why we love this idea: Getting active and dancing makes this virtual party feel super-real. Plus, it will be amazing to have a video montage to document the event.


Disco Statues Party

In this variation of a dance party, everyone has to freeze in place when you pause your music unexpectedly. Pause to laugh or take pictures and then let the dance continue.

Supplies and resources:

  • A festive Zoom background
  • A disco ball
  • Glow sticks to send as party favors

Tip: Take song recommendations to accommodate everyone’s preferences.

Why we love this idea: Shiny lights and lots of dancing make a recipe for virtual memories.


Virtual Birthday Party Ideas For Kids

The Virtual+ Birthday

The celebration happens online, but before the big event, the guest of honor’s parents will deliver a package of goodies and supplies kids can use to enjoy physical activities during the virtual party.



  • Arts and crafts: Paints, brushes, paper, and glue sticks
  • Building: A mini Lego set
  • Cookie or cupcake decorating: A pre-made, but undecorated, cookie or cupcake, frosting, and sprinkles

Tip: Establish a time for the activities to make sure everyone completes them at the same time and focuses during the greeting, birthday song, or other portions of the party.

Why we love this idea: The delivery of a tactile activity adds a nice touch that guests and parents will love.


Virtual Magic Show Party



  • A professional magician who offers in Zoom or Skype shows
  • A festive costume for the guest of honor
  • A set of magic tricks or cards for kids to play with

Tip: Ask the magician to do an easy mini lesson for kids at the end of the show.

Why we love this idea: Magic tricks will keep kids glued to their screens. They might even forget they’re attending a virtual party!


Birthday Cake Bake-Off

The guest of honor chooses a cake design—hot air balloon, dragon, taco, anything. Guests create their best edible interpretation of the design, and the happy birthday star selects the winner, judging solely by visual appeal.


  • Standard baking ingredients or cake mixes
  • Cake decorations or candy
  • Aprons or chefs’ hats to send to all the guests

Tip: Ask guests or parents to do baking prep work before the party so baking doesn’t take up the whole time.

Why we love this idea: It gets kids to be creative in the kitchen, plus everyone gets their own sweet treat to enjoy after the birthday song.


Virtual Minecraft Birthday Party

This virtual birthday party idea allows party guests to get creative while celebrating on the big day. For a truly unforgettable virtual Minecraft experience, it may require some technical proficiency with the Minecraft game. For the true Minecraft-lover, this will be a party they will never forget.
Virtual Minecraft Party-Birthday


  • Minecraft
  • Dedicated server

Tip: Ask guests to arrive wearing or holding their favorite Minecraft gear.

Why we love this idea: It incorporates a game kids already love and adds an exciting virtual scavenger hunt element.


Virtual Aquarium Visit


Supplies and resources:

Tip: Ask guests to share their favorite sea creatures so you can be sure to hit all the in-demand webcams.

Why we love this idea: It’s educational, it’s colorful, and it’s exciting. It’s everything you want in a kids birthday party.


Virtual Birthday Party Games

Virtual Birthday Party Games

Virtual birthday party games bring a central point of interest and bonding to online celebrations. They dissolve the awkwardness and “what should we do/talk about now?” factor that sometimes comes along with virtual events. Any of the games below will keep your virtual event on pace and flowing for all your guests.

Virtual Birthday Party Games For Work

The Go Game

Bring in the event pros to have a flawlessly unforgettable virtual birthday party packed with games, laughter, team-building, and quality conversations.
The Go Game

Where to find game: The Go Game Virtual Happy Hour

Tip: Record, or ask someone else to record, top moments during the event so you can make and share a post-game highlight reel.

Why we love this game: During each experience, expert event hosts lead and listen, finding and feeding conversational sparks every chance they get. They’ll keep the event on-pace, making your guests laugh.


The Escape Game Virtual Escape Room

Investigate a physical escape room through your game guide—someone rigged with a live camera feed—as your eyes and ears. Use your guide to explore the room and, with hope, make your escape.
The Escape Game Virtual Escape Room

Where to find game: The Escape Game Remote Adventures

Tip: Ask beginners to prime themselves on escape room best practices so they can have fun and not be too stressed out.

Why we love this game: It provides an authentic escape room adventure that doesn’t feel virtual at all.


Baby Picture Matching Game

Have everyone send a digital baby picture. During the party, pull up the pictures, share your screen, and give everyone time to debate and guess who they’re looking at.


  • Baby pictures
  • Video conferencing software

Tip: Ask everyone to share the least obvious photo they can find to make the guessing more fun.

Why we love this game: You get to look at adorable baby pictures and also find out which chubby cheeks belong to your grown-up co-workers.


Surrealist Dinner Party

Compete for the honor of becoming the favorite host of famous surrealist artists and writers.

Where to find game: Tabletopia

Tip: Split into groups of four and take turns playing and watching/coaching from the screen-sharing sidelines.

Why we love this game: Immersive artwork helps pull players into this virtual team celebration.


Jack Lumber

Step into the shoes of a tree-hating lumberjack seeking to avenge his grandmother’s death.

Where to find game:

Tip: Definitely ask all your guests to wear flannel.

Why we love this game: The character’s clear and quirky goal makes it easy to jump right into game play. (Plus, this game provides plenty of conversation starters as well.)


Virtual Birthday Party Games For Adults


Party guests split into two groups—werewolves and townspeople—and face off until all the werewolves are dead or the two groups reach equal numbers.


Tip: Make sure everyone understands the objective of the game before you officially begin.

Why we love this game: It involves plenty of thinking, strategy, and even a little deception—a recipe for a no-fail good time.


Join a Live Trivia Experience


Where to find the game: King Trivia on Twitch (This live virtual trivia event happens every Sunday and Wednesday at 7PM PST.)

Tip: Share handles/screen names with each other before you play. You can also look into having the host shoutout the birthday boy/girl during the round with a personalized birthday wish!

Why we love this game: It’s fun to guess the answers and also learn lots of random facts as you get answers wrong. (If you get everything right, then it’s also fun to validate your genius!)


Virtual 8 Ball Pool

Virtual 8 Ball Pool

Where to find the game:

Tip: For your eyes only: Practice on the app beforehand so you can win against all the newbs.

Why we love this game: It helps you and your friends capture some of that in-person bar experience while staying at home drinking better beer for less money.


Cribbage Online


Where to find game:

Tip: Send out cribbage instructions, available on the game page, before the party so you can jump right into playing.

Why we love this game: This online card game walks you through the steps, so it’s no big deal if you’ve never played before.


Virtual Regatta

Get a taste of the yachting life even if you don’t own a boat and have no idea how to sail.
Virtual Regatta

Where to find game: Virtual Regatta

Tip: Ask all your guests to show up with boat names.

Why we love this game: This is no mindless racing game! Party guests might actually learn quite a bit about sailing during this adventure.


Virtual Birthday Party Games For Teens


This no-fuss interface makes it easy for teens to play a drawing and guessing game. They can take turns being the artist and hoping their friends can guess what they’re trying to represent.

Where to find the game:

Tip: Create a list of drawing challenges teens can quickly choose from.

Why we love this game: Watching friends try to draw weird things, and do it with their computer mouse, produces roaring laughter.



A game that celebrates the harmless bluff, Fibbage will have teens making up strategic fibs to try to fool their friends.

Where to find the game: Fibbage

Tip: Have teens play a few practice rounds. This game is much more fun when everyone understands the strategy behind it.

Why we love this game: It’s amazing to see all the things your friends can come up with and sometimes, learning some truths that are stranger than fiction.


The Multiplayer Mario Kart Race



Tip: Give out awards for things other than just winning the race. (Ex: Most crashes, most epic jumps, etc.)

Why we love this game: It has competition, excitement, and stunning visuals. It shows players of all skill levels a fantastic time.



This free MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) will transport teens to a fantasy world for the duration of the birthday party.

Where to find the game: RuneScape

Tip: Have party guests create accounts and download the game before the party so everyone can jump right into play.

Why we love this game: Fantastic adventures and sweeping scenery create a virtual birthday celebration that would be impossible in person.


Personalized Celebrity Videos with Cameo

Get your coworker a personalized video from their favorite character in The Office, their favorite sports star, or real housewife.


  • Step 1: Go to the website and pick out the celebrity 
  • Step 2: Click Book Now 
  • Step 3: Create an account 
  • Step 4: Fill out your request form where you have 250 Characters to tell the talent what you would like them to do

Tip: Make sure to put a couple of personal facts about the person you are recording the video for. It is so cool when the talent mentions facts about them – really emphasizes personalization.

Why we love this idea: These personalized birthday messages enable you to bring a unique gift that your birthday boy/birthday girl will save and cherish forever. There is nothing cooler than their favorite celebrity saying their name and a couple of facts about them.

Cameo in the wild! 🐶 🐶


Virtual Birthday Party Games For Kids

Spooky Goosebumps-Themed Games


Where to find the game: Scholastic’s official Goosebumps website

Tip: Make sure all parents know your activities might be scary for some kids.

Why we love these games: Light-hearted scares help kids bond, even virtually!


Lego® Kids Experience

Choose from online games, videos, and instructions that will entertain guests for hours. You can also take a break from the action by experiencing The Batcave:



Tip: Interested kids can build anything they want using their own sets and collections to show off during the party. Bonus points for anyone who can build an epic LEGO® birthday cake.

Why we love these games: Imaginative and tactile, building games keep kids entertained, but not too entertained to not socialize with their friends.


Oscar’s Rotten Ride

This online teamwork game will appeal to young children.
Oscar's Rotten Wild

Where to find game: PBS Kids

Tip: Help guests get to know Oscar the Grouch a little better by watching his best moments as a group.

Why we love this game: Oscar the Grouch. Kids will be more likely to pay attention to and follow instructions from this famous Sesame Street resident.


Rock, Paper, Scissors

This easy, equipment-themed guide requires no fancy equipment and very little instruction, especially if kids have played before. Raise the stakes by playing in rounds and having the “champions” of each round face off for a prize of your choice.
Rock, Paper, Scissors

Tip: Share a virtual countdown timer to make sure kids freeze in their final pose at the same time.

Why we love this game: It’s easy and vastly entertaining, even for kids who are just watching other competitors.


Virtual Camping

Explore virtual campsites as a group, and maybe end the night telling stories around a virtual fire.



Tip: Have guests take turns sharing their screens and being the “guides” of each virtual campsite.

Why we love this game: Open-ended exploration of spectacular virtual environments provides kids with the taste of the camping-style adventure they love.


People Also Ask These Questions About A Virtual Birthday Party

Q: How do you make a virtual birthday party fun?

  • A: Make a virtual birthday party fun by making the guest of honor feel special while also keeping guests engaged. Tactile components, such as activities or snacks, everyone can enjoy in their own home can elevate any virtual party from fun to spectacular. Find more virtual birthday party tips here.

Q: What kind of virtual birthday party is good for kids?

  • A: A good virtual birthday party for kids will likely include a strong central theme and involve some kind of pre-planned activity kids can all participate in at the same time, such as baking or crafting. This post has several other ideas and games for a virtual birthday party for kids.

Q: How many people can attend a virtual birthday party?

  • A: Around 30 people can attend a virtual birthday party if you work with a premium vendor, such as the Go Game. If you host your own virtual party, then you can invite as many guests as your video conferencing platform allows.

Q: What are some games that we can play during a virtual birthday party?

  • A: Some games you can play during your virtual birthday party include brain games, multi-play video games, and virtual escape room games. Find a full list of virtual birthday party ideas and games for all ages here.

Q: What kind of virtual birthday party can I plan for a teenager?

  • A: A virtual birthday party for a teenager should include strong interactive elements, such as dancing or enjoying music, that allow for plenty of socializing. This post has several other ideas and games for a virtual birthday party for teens.

Q: What makes a virtual birthday party successful?

  • A: Memorable moments and quality time make a virtual birthday party successful. Facilitate joyful experiences and plenty of memories with ideas and games that add structure and excitement to your event while leaving plenty of room for spontaneous laughter and socializing.


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