Using nostalgia from years-past photographs to engage everyone at your next party to mix and mingle
The biggest challenge to create a fun way to ease strangers into the conversation is how to get people talking. How to have all guests get the conversation started as they arrive at your home or corporate gathering to engage and relate to each other? This trending social gathering icebreaker tip works by displaying everyone’s nostalgic pictures on your TV as they arrive.
Displaying everyone’s nostalgic pictures on your TV is a trending icebreaker for social gatherings.
At ScanMyPhotos.com, having digitized 500 million family photos, we often hear of creative ways people are using their decades-past rediscovered photo snapshots.
This social engagement tip has been trending at ScanMyPhotos as a fun and innovative way to use pictures to connect people together.
As the dinner party, family reunion or corporate event,’s invitations are sent out, this creative tip will get the party started with everyone talking, laughing and sharing stories.
Along with the traditional invitations, ask guests to revisit their decades-past favorite pictures which share a story, their seminal moments and past adventures. To go back in time, request that the photos not be recent pictures from a smartphone, but digitized pictures from their analog photo albums.
The memories spanning decades of past memories. Select categories, such as travel, goofy pictures, holidays, home, childhood adventures, first car, school and more. But warn guests that the pictures will be shared in a public forum, so nothing too personal or revealing.
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