Kitchen Tea Games

Now that you have decided on a Kitchen Tea Theme, booked the Kitchen Tea Venue and sent out the invitations, you can start planning the party. You want to keep the bride and guests entertained the whole time, and with that in mind, we have a list of great Kitchen Tea Games for you!

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1. Bridal Bingo

Bingo is a lot of fun and is a great way to break the ice! Print out Bingo cards with Wedding related terms, like “Bride, Groom, Veil” etc, and give out a couple of small prizes to the winners. You can go for 3 or 4 rounds, to keep the fun going. You can get templates from a number of sites, and customise it according to the theme of the Kitchen Tea. Download Bridal Bingo Printable Templates HERE – source: ShutterflyKitchen Tea Games Bridal Bingo

2. Scavenger Hunt

Have the guests pair up in teams and have a scavenger hunt. The items you hide could all be small and inexpensive kitchen items, like wooden spoons, an apron, spatulas and so on. At the end of the game, all of the items can be given to the bride as an added gift, and the winning team can receive a prize – like chocolates.

3. Mad Libs

Mad Libs is a fun word game that can result in many laughs. It’s a word game where the hostess prompts the guest for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story, before reading the story aloud. Popsugar has a great variety of templates to choose from!Kitchen Tea Games Wedding Mad Libs

4. Groom Trivia

Make a list of questions for the groom to answer before the kitchen tea, then ask the Bride those questions. For every wrong answer, she must complete a silly task or even drink a shot. Questions can include things like “What is {Groom’s Name}’s favourite animal?”, or “Who is {Groom’s Name}’s favourite band?”.

5. Recipe for a Good Marriage

Have all the guests write their little tip for a happy marriage on a wooden spoon. Afterwards, you can collect the wooden spoons, and have them framed as a beautiful keepsake for the Bride. Ruffled Blog has a great tutorial.Kitchen Tea Games Wooden Spoon recipe for good marriage

6. Memory Lane Mystery

Hand out cards to each guest to write down a memory of her and the bride. They should not add their names, and then have the bride guess who wrote down the memory.

7. 2 Truths and 1 Lie

Have each guest write down two things that are true about themselves, and one lie. read the cards aloud and have the guests guess which is the lie. It’s a great icebreaker and a way to get to know each other.

8. Recipe Cards

Print out sweet recipe cards matching the theme of the kitchen tea, or even the bride’s kitchen, and have each guest write down their favourite recipe. This is a wonderful way to expand the bride’s recipe collection and it’s a sweet keepsake. Collect all the recipes and stick them in a beautiful book, arrange them in an album or put them in a cute recipe box. Tip Junkie has many recipe card templates you can download.Kitchen Tea Games Recipe Cards Bridal Shower

9. Think Like the Bride

Hand out a question sheet to each guest that asks basic questions about the bride’s preferences, from “Live in the City or the Suburbs?” to “Be able to Fly or be Invisible?” As each question is read aloud, the bride writes her answer on a small dry erase board. Each guest who gets the answer right gets a point. Tally up the answers at the end, and the guest with the most correct answers wins!

It doesn’t take much to keep the guests entertained at the Kitchen tea – you just need a little bit of imagination and creativity and you’re sure to create a Kitchen Tea that both Bride and guests will remember!

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