Making Family Reunion Memories

From icebreakers to basic identification, name tags are a must at your family reunion!

No matter the size of your family, getting everyone together in one place and at one time is a massive undertaking. And making sure that everyone in attendance knows each other at your next family reunion can be a daunting task.

adhesive name badges are great for games and icebreakers at any family reunionUsing name tags helps to ease almost any burden brought on by planning such an event. But, remember that name tags aren’t just for names! Here are a couple of ideas to help get you going in your event planning.

Basic Identification with Badge Holders

use badge holders for family tree information at your family reunionYup, we said it. Use your badge holders for names! Remember to include first and last, but you can also use these name badges for icebreakers. Add fun facts about each person, or add a conversation starter such as the words, “Ask Me…” to get all the partygoers interested in each other.

Another fun idea is to use name badge holders to indicate family tree lines. Either create your own tree and print it on the inserts or have party attendants draw their own. And, use the fun colors to indicate specific family lines. That way each family member can quickly associate which line they are from.

Don’t forget the games and souvenirs!

There are so many ways to use adhesive name badges at your next family reunion. From games to easy identification, the possibilities are endless. And, one of the easiest things to do at a reunion is play games. These games can be nearly anything. Print on adhesive name badges or have pens available for contestants to write names and others things. With these easy-to-use stickers, everyone can participate in your family reunion games.

using badge holders as a photo album at your family reunion   From icebreakers to basic identification, name tags are a must at your family reunion! No matter the size of your family, getting everyone together in one place and at one time is a massive undertaking. And making sure that everyone in attendance knows each other at your next family reunion can be a daunting task. Using name tags helps to ease almost any burden brought on by planning such an event. But, remember that name tags aren’t just for names! Here are a couple of ideas to help get you going in your event planning. Basic Identification with Badge Holders Yup, we said it. Use your badge holders for names! Remember to include first and last, but you can also use these name badges for icebreakers. Add fun facts about each person, or add a conversation starter such as the words, “Ask Me...” to get all the partygoers interested in each other. Another fun idea is to use name badge holders to indicate family tree lines. Either create your own tree and print it on the inserts or have party attendants draw their own. And, use the fun colors to indicate specific family lines. That way each family member can quickly associate which line they are from. Don't forget the games and souvenirs! There are so many ways to use adhesive name badges at your next family reunion. From games to easy identification, the possibilities are endless. And, one of the easiest things to do at a reunion is play games. These games can be nearly anything. Print on adhesive name badges or have pens available for contestants to write names and others things. With these easy-to-use stickers, everyone can participate in your family reunion games. No matter your identification choice, use most of our name tag products at your next family reunion! Even get the kids involved with learning who their cousins are. Send them on a scavenger hunt with a dry erase photo book made from badge holders to find as many relatives as possible. Name tags help to identify each family member so that the kids can find people quickly. Then, take these photo books home as a souvenir of your family reunion.No matter your identification choice, use most of our name tag products at your next family reunion!

Even get the kids involved with learning who their cousins are. Send them on a scavenger hunt with a dry erase photo book made from badge holders to find as many relatives as possible. Name tags help to identify each family member so that the kids can find people quickly. Then, take these photo books home as a souvenir of your family reunion.

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