Those who were stolen from go back to pick up a new gift, which cant be taken.
What better way to keep things entertaining for everyone than to add a game to the mix?
At this point, each guest has a gift in their hands.Everyone goes to the destination of the party, bringing a wrapped gift at a certain price limit.Even if guests talk out loud and overhear ideas from other guests, each card will look different since the placement of the possible gifts will vary on each card.When it rings, the person whose gift is being opened gets a little prize.As they catch a description on their card, have them write down the related gift in case there are any questions after the presents have all been opened!The person who is holding the gift gets to keep.
White Elephant Game, my favorite gift giving game is the white elephant game.
Left or Right, this one is fun and allows some creativity on the part of the host.
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Tell them it's important to be specific: They shouldn't just write "sleeper for example, but "Elmo sleeper" or "light blue sleeper." Each square must have a different item.I've always wanted one of these.One of these games will give guests something to laugh about, as well.However, the gift giving exchange based on it is a bit different.Then you can ask each guest to take a turn holding up the gift she opened and saying who it came from.In this case, they keep these presents and are seated.
When a guest ends up with a complete row.
(It's easy to find a printable version online.) Pass them out to guests before the gifts are opened, and have them fill in the squares with the kinds of gifts they think the parents-to-be will receive.