Hawaiian Luau Lingerie Party Games

If you've decided to hold the super special prize drawing and asked your guests to bring along their invitations, then remember to put all of their ‘seat numbers’ into a hat or a bowl when they arrive and choose the lottery winner. Award that person with a prize. (Jot down the seat numbers and names before you send out the invitations in case any of them forget to bring it along.)

Check out the ice breaker section for fun lingerie party game ideas that'll break the ice and get everyone feeling comfortable.

Musical Beach Towels - This game is a lot like a traditional game of musical chairs, but players will have to scurry to lie down on empty beach towels instead of simply sitting on chairs. Lay out enough beach towels to accommodate all but one guest. Play a Hawaiian CD or songs by a band like the Beach Boys. (See the door prize section for other song suggestions!) Every time the music stops, all of the guests will have to scurry for a beach towel. The person who does not get to a towel in time leaves the game and takes one of the towels with them. Keep repeating this pattern until there is only one person left. Award that person a prize. If you want, you can make the other players feel better about losing by telling the winner to fold up all of those beach towels!

Let’s Get Leid! - This is a really fun game that most guests are bound to enjoy. Before the party begins, cut up some long pieces of string and gather items like macaroni, flowers, g-strings, beads, sequins, pipe cleaners, and anything else that you might put on a Hawaiian lei. You may also want to include magic markers, glitter, hole punchers, scissors and glue for your guests to use. Set a timer for ten or 15 minutes and tell all of your guests that they will be making their own leis. When the timer stops, tell everybody to stop what they are doing and hold up their masterpieces. Have each guest vote on whose lei is the best in a variety of categories. You can include categories like ‘Naughtiest Lei,’ ‘Most Beautiful Lei,’ ‘Most Authentic Lei,’ ‘Most Likely to Get Laid Lei,’ ‘Most Creative Lei,’ and any other categories you may want to include. Tell each guest that they can only vote for each lei for one category. This will ensure that every guest will win a prize. Let your guests keep their leis and award them their door prizes for completing this game.

Hula Hoop Mania - Show the mainlanders how it’s done and have a hula hoop contest! For this game, you will need at least one hula hoop and a lot of open minds. Have each person take a shot at using the hula hoop and time how long they can keep it from falling to the ground. If you have multiple hula hoops, have everybody begin at the same time and keep the game going until there’s only one expert left. Since this is a lingerie party, you can even have each contestant wear a g-string or other risqué piece of lingerie as a hat while they play. This distraction will make the other players laugh if only one person can play at a time, and it will create chaos if everybody is playing at once. Award the person who can hula hoop the longest a grass skirt that they will have to wear for the rest of the night. For a naughty twist, also make the winner wear a coconut bra over his or her clothing. Let the winner take these items of clothing home as a prize when the party ends.

Island Hopping - This is a fun adventure game that has your guests completing tasks allowing them to move on to the next island. Since there are eight main Hawaiian Islands, we have seven tasks that they must get through. Ask your guests to move on to the next task anyway if they can't manage to get through any. This will give them a chance to experience all the fun tasks. Keep tabs on all those who succeed at all tasks or the most number of them and award them prizes at the end of the game. (This game can be played indoors. Give your guests a little time off between tasks as you set up the next one.)

1) Lei it on me - Get packets of ordinary color straws. Your guests will have to make a lei using nothing but the straws by inserting one into the other. Those who make complete straw leis and wear it have completed their first task.
2) Pop that bubble - Provide each of your guests with a blue balloon. They have to inflate it by blowing into it and then sit on it to pop it.
3) Tiki Lingerie Challenge - For this task, provide scissors, tissue paper, balls of string and a large bowl of water. If you haven’t bought a tiki column, make one by painting on or pasting a tiki face onto an almost round block of wood or vessel. Your guests will have to wet the tissue paper and use the scissors to cut out a life size bikini top and bottom. They must thread the strings through them to make it wearable. Since wet tissue paper tends to tear, this challenge isn’t as easy as it sounds! Those who manage to tie their bikinis onto the tiki column quickly sail on.
4) Cannibal head bowling - Get a real coconut and paint a pair of eyes, a nose, a nose ring and a mouth on it. Add a little red paint to the bottom to make it look like a severed head (gory, isn’t it?). Get a plastic bowling pin set and ask your guests to have a go! Those who knock down all pins within three tries have successfully completed their task!
5) Devastation Trail - This is an actual trail formed by an erupting volcano in the main island of Hawaii. Your guests however, will not have to deal with lava. Something orange, yes, but much…cooler and messier. Ask your guests to hold their hands behind their backs and line up. Hand over two oranges (hot lava coals to them) to the first person. They have to turn around and throw both the oranges simultaneously to the next person in a zigzag fashion, i.e., throw the orange in the left hand to the other persons right hand and vice versa. This continues with every person on the trail. (Unpeel the orange for more 'devastating' results!) Those who manage to successfully transfer the oranges to the next person move on. Otherwise, they pick them up and have 2 tries to get it right.
6) Dining under a waterfall - Split your guests into two or three groups depending on the number and party area. Set up a starting point and an ending point- it could be the span of a room. All the members of a team have to make a mad dash from the starting point to the goal and back, carrying a coconut on a spatula. The other teams meanwhile have to make it difficult for them by standing in the sidelines and throwing small wet sponges and/or aiming their squirt guns at the adventurers. A steady hand takes them on the final task.
7) Limbo - No Hawaiian Luau is complete without a game of Limbo. Buy a limbo set or get someone to help you make one. Once it is set up, each guest has to lean back and get across without touching the horizontal stick or floor. Crank up the music and let the guests have their turns.

Each of the above games is fun to play just by itself, so feel free to improvise. You could even add one more task to the game if you plan on having a piñata.

Tiki Warrior Battle Mania - How would you like to see tiki warriors fighting it out with Hawaiian koa paddles? Well, here's the opportunity to see it all unfold in your own home. Prepare ahead by making the paddles. Attach inflated balloons tightly to the ends of sticks or rods using strings. Use tape to firmly stick a parasol pick onto the top end of the balloon (the end farthest from the stick), so that the sharp end faces outwards. Make coconut bras for all your guests using halved coconut shells or craft foam.

Ask your guests to pair off and have them stand as far apart as necessary to make sure they don’t get hurt. Hand them their warrior gear- leis and coconut bras. The object of the game is to burst the other persons balloon without bursting your own. The winners pair off and the tournament continues until there's a winner.

Hawaii volleyball - Split your guests into two teams and let them play volleyball using a beach ball. If you don’t have a net, tie up some fishnet between two walls. The teams don’t have actual points, instead they are awarded with alphabets. Each scoring point gets them one alphabet out of the available 12 in the Hawaiian Language. (a, e, i, o, u, h, k, l, m, n, p, w). The team that collects the five vowels first gets to sip a refreshing drink before they continue. The team who collects all 12 alphabets wins!

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Activities

Make your own sarong - This is a great activity as your guests will get to take home the results, and what more, use it too! You'll need-
2 meters of 1 meter wide cloth pieces (or 7 feet of 3 feet wide) of some inexpensive material in a variety of colors.
A tie and die craft kit OR fabric paints and a few tropical inspired stamps and lingerie stamps.

Hand each guest a piece of cloth and announce that they will be making their own sarongs to take home with them. Arrange the paints in the center of a large area and let your guests get to work! If the costs of the material loom (no pun intended!) higher then your budget, plan for making napkins or lingerie, maybe even g-strings? Whatever you choose, make sure to have the ends of the fabric stitched in by a professional ahead of time for a perfect finished product.

Birds of Paradise - This is a wonderful activity that'll leave your guests feeling extra special. Cut many strips of different colored paper and assign each color to one guest. For example, write Janet's name in a corner of all the pink strips and Elizabeth's on the blue ones. Hand each guest strips of all colors except their own. Ask them to write down one beautiful thing about each person on the respective strip. It could be about their beautiful smile or their gorgeous eyes. At the end of the activity, collect all the strips.

Paste strips of the same color, i.e. of one person onto a sheet. Make sheets for all the guests. Take a snap of each guest and stick it onto one side of the sheet. Stick on frames of craft paper decorated with flowers and the words "A Beautiful Bird of Paradise." You can hand these out as party favors or take your time making them and send them along with your thank you notes.

Hula Dancing - You can liven things up by hiring a professional Hula teacher for an introductory lesson. Or rent an instructional video that teaches it. Back it up with some great Hawaiian music. You could get drums, maracas or ukuleles if any of your guests has skill with musical instruments.

Let’s Get 'Lei'd! - This is a really fun game that most guests are bound to enjoy. Before the party begins, cut up some long pieces of string and gather items like macaroni, flowers, g-strings, beads, sequins, pipe cleaners, and anything else that you might put on a Hawaiian lei. You may also want to include magic markers, glitter, hole punchers, scissors and glue for your guests to use. Set a timer for ten or 15 minutes and tell all of your guests that they will be making their own leis. When the timer stops, tell everybody to stop what they are doing and hold up their masterpieces. Have each guest vote on whose lei is the best in a variety of categories. You can include categories like ‘Naughtiest Lei,’ ‘Most Beautiful Lei,’ ‘Most Authentic Lei,’ ‘Most Likely to Get Laid Lei,’ ‘Most Creative Lei,’ and any other categories you may want to include. Tell each guest that they can only vote for each lei for one category. This will ensure that every guest will win a prize. Let your guests keep their leis and award them their door prizes for completing this game.

Parting shot - Before they leave, hand each guest a card and ask them to write down what they thought about your party using only the 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet (a, e, i, o, u, h, k, l, m, n, p, w). (You can call up later and ask for the translation!)

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Prizes

When it comes to prizes for your Hawaiian Luau Lingerie party, we have a few ideas you could use. Check out these absolutely fantastic sites- Hawaiian Days, Double Brush.

Door Prize - Give each guest a homemade CD that includes some of the songs that you’ll be listening to on the night of your party. Include songs like “Surfing USA” by the Beach Boys, “Wipeout” by the Surfaris, “Blue Hawaii” by Elvis, “Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” by Brian Hyland, and any other relevant songs that you can think of. Make sure to give your CD a clever title and write the name on the front label so that everybody remembers where it came from!

Game Prizes - There are a number of small things you can give away as prizes.
Drinks and accessories - martini shakers, margarita sets, and even packages of wine coolers.

Floral - Small floral keepsake or jewelry boxes, flower vases, floral hair accessories, any kitchenware item with a Hawaiian theme like mugs, plates or coasters, a small tabletop art piece with flowers or a beach setting.
Bamboo - lucky bamboo plants, bamboo wind chimes.
Clothing - Grass or straw skirts, coconut bras, an itsy bitsy bikini, an Aloha t-shirt, or any other kind of clothing that might fit into your overall theme.

Big Prize - Line a basket with a really snazzy beach towel and fill it up with a lei, a grass skirt, a Hawaiian perfume and bath set and a few flowers and shells. Or put together a tropical fruit basket with flowers and ribbons. You could buy a beautiful Hawaiian purse or bag instead for a really great gift. Just make it bigger and better than your game prizes and you're all set.
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Twists

If you'd like to throw the same party with a few twists check out our special Twists section.


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