Find the Clues At A Murder Mystery Dinner


Did you ever think that your best friend could murder Mrs. Scarlet in the library with the candlestick? She can, and maybe she did. Or maybe it was your father-in-law who killed Professor Plum in the kitchen with the rope. Find out who did it when you host a Murder Mystery Dinner with your entertainment-seeking friends.

Who Done It?

Invite Your Friends:

You don’t need a reason; just grab some personalized invitations and invite your friends or family for an action packed night of your life…. or death. Who wouldn’t enjoy a night filled with good food and mysterious fun?

 Address your invitations to a few of your closest friends or family members. There are a few differing versions of a Murder Mystery Dinner game out there, so be sure to choose one that best matches your plans for the evening. Most games range from 7-13 players. Be sure to assign one friend or family member to a corresponding character alias. For some adding fun, leave a little message in your personalized invitations inviting your guests to come in their best alias character’s attire; just watch how much it adds to the ambiance of the night. Since each friend will be role-playing their assigned character, you may even want to have personalized name badges or buttons for them, so everyone will know who their fellow guests will be.

Don’t forget to request an RSVP to plan for attendance. Since the game depends on the players, you will want to ensure that you have the appropriate guest to player ratio.

Prepare Your Party

Since there are a few different versions out there, find out which game will work best for you and get Instructions to Host a Murder Mystery Game. The instructions will help you design the course of the evening. They offer everything from dinner plans to timelines for dinner preparation and when to begin each round of the mystery. Having a party planning template is sure to help you plan for the night. If you are feeling really crafty, you may even want to try your hand at writing your own mystery plot. Either way, be sure to create the murder scene with plenty of props. Have a dagger greeting your guests at the front door, and a pistol on the dinner table. Lay a lead pipe in the bathroom and a wrench in the living room. Let the night revolver around the atmosphere. You never know when one of the murder weapons can come up missing.

Since much of the night will be spent around the dinner table, don’t forget to set the scene in the dining room, too. Be sure to pick up black premium dinner plates,  napkins,silverware, and a black plastic table cover. You can often save on items such as these when you bundle them into packages, such as a black paper kit-n-kaboodle. You may also want to consider purchasing a party serving set. It may help to keep your dinner since you will be busy searching for which one of your guests murdered Mr. Green in the basement with a pipe!

Have fun sharing in the murder mystery; it will be a killer good time!

Did you ever think that your best friend could muder Mrs. Scarlet in the library with the candlestick? She can, and maybe she did. Or maybe it was your father-in-law who killed Professor Plum in the kitchen with the rope. Find out who did it when you host a Murder Mystery Dinner with your entertainment-seeking friends.

Invite Your Friends:

You don’t need a reason; just grab some personalized invitations and invite your friends or family for an action packed night of your life…. or death. Who wouldn’t enjoy a night filled with good food and mysterious fun?

 Address your invitations to a few of your closet friends or family members. There are a few differing versions of a Murder Mystery Dinner game out there, so be sure to choose one that best matches your plans for the evening. Most games range from 7-13 players. Be sure to assign one friend or family member to a corresponding character alias. For some adding fun, leave a little message in your personalized invitations inviting your guests to come in their best alias character’s attire; just watch how much it adds to the ambiance of the night. Since each friend will be role-playing their assigned character, you may even want to have personalized name badges or buttons for them, so everyone will know who their fellow guests will be.

Don’t forget to request an RSVP to plan for attendance. Since the game depends on the players, you will want to ensure that you have the appropriate guest to player ratio.

Prepare Your Party

Since there are a few different versions out there, find out which game will work best for you and get Instructions to Host a Murder Mystery Game. The instructions will help you design the course of the evening. They offer everything from dinner plans to timelines for dinner preparation and when to begin each round of the mystery. Having a party planning template is sure to help you plan for the night. If you are feeling really crafty, you may even want to try your hand at writing your own mystery plot. Either way, be sure to create the murder scene with plenty of props. Have a dagger greeting your guests at the front door, and a pistol on the dinner table. Lay a lead pipe in the bathroom and a wrench in the living room. Let the night revolver around the atmosphere. You never know when one of the murder weapons can come up missing.

Since much of the night will be spent around the dinner table, don’t forget to set the scene in the dining room, too. Be sure to pick up black premium dinner plates,  napkins,silverware, and a black plastic table cover. You can often save on items such as these when you bundle them into packages, such as a black paper kit-n-kaboodle. You may also want to consider purchasing a party serving set. It may help to keep your dinner since you will be busy searching for which one of your guests murdered Mr. Green in the basement with a pipe!

Have fun sharing in the murder mystery; it will be a killer good time!     

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