Irresistible Tea Party Games That Will Make Your Event Unforgettable!

Irresistible Tea Party Games That Will Make Your Event Unforgettable!

Are you planning a tea party and looking for ways to make it truly memorable?

Whether it’s for a birthday celebration, ladies' luncheon, book club meeting, church group gathering, or even a fundraiser, games can add the perfect touch of fun and fellowship to your event.

I'm excited to share with you some of my favorite games that will deepen connections and spark joy at your next tea party. These activities are designed to bring laughter, bonding, and an uplifting spirit to your gathering.

Let's dive into how each game can transform your tea party into a delightful occasion, creating a space filled with love, laughter, and shared memories.



These elegant tea party games make for the most fun brunch party!


Answer Fast

Quick thinking and speedy responses are the keys to success in "Answer Fast." This game encourages lively interaction and hilarious moments as guests race to list three items in as many categories as they can before time runs out.

For your tea party, you can choose categories that suit the theme of your event. Imagine racing against the clock to list "Types of Tea," "Famous Tea Party Scenes in Literature," or "Delicious Tea Time Treats."

This not only adds a fun element to the game but also brings everyone together in a shared experience of laughter and quick wit.

Act it Out

Bring your tea party to life with "Act it Out," a charades-style game that’s a fantastic icebreaker.

Help your guests shed any shyness as they step into the shoes of famous characters, historical figures, or even quirky tea-time scenarios.

One person at a time will go to the front or center of the group and take a card with a character or event written on it.

They will then have to act out the character or scene without speaking, and the group will have to guess who or what they are.

This game can be played individually or in teams, and you can also add your own twist by having participants improvise a modern-day version of the character or story.

Try Not To Say

"Try Not To Say" challenges your group to avoid saying common terms throughout the event.

It's a delightful way to stay mindful of our words and promises plenty of "Oops!" moments that will keep everyone on their toes.

You'll need a pack of clothespins for this game. Each person starts with two clothespins pinned to their shirt.

If one guest catches another saying the "magic word," they take their clothespin. Whoever has the most clothespins in their possession by the end of the event wins the game!

It's a fun way to promote connection among your guests, even if not everyone knows each other well.


Selfie Scavenger Hunt

Blend modern fun with fellowship in the "Selfie Scavenger Hunt." This game takes you on an adventure, capturing moments with your tea party guests.

It's a beautiful way to create memories and see the event through each other's eyes.

Each guest is given a set of prompts for different selfies they need to collect with their smartphone. Prompts range from "take a selfie with something floral" to "take a selfie with two other people."

This game encourages everyone to mix, mingle, and connect more than they would otherwise!

Find the Guest

"Find the Guest" is an excellent way for everyone to mingle and learn unique facts about each other.

It's not just a game; it's a journey to discovering the diverse stories and backgrounds that enrich your tea party.

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Scattered Categories

Test your knowledge and quick thinking with "Scattered Categories," also known as Scattergories.

This game asks your group to come up with items in specific categories related to the theme of your tea party, encouraging teamwork and creativity.

The challenge is the words they create must start with each of three or four letters! 



Finish the Phrase

tea party finish the phrase

Finish the Phrase is always a big hit at any tea party!

First, one person is chosen to create the "answer key," where they will write one word to "finish the phrase" based on each of several given words.

Once the answer key is created, all the other guests fill out their game cards with their best guesses as to how the answer key was completed.

Whoever gets the most correct answers wins the game!

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A to Z Race

tea party a to z race

If you want to engage your guests in a creative way, this "A to Z" game is sure to be a big hit!Guests will have one or two minutes to list items related to tea parties, each starting with a letter from A to Z. The first to finish wins!

Get Your Tea Party A to Z Race Here.


Anagram Race

tea party anagram race

Challenge your group with "Make Some Words," where you unscramble letters from a larger word to make as many smaller words as you can in one minute. Whoever has the most relevant words before time runs out wins the game.

Get Your Anagram Race Here.

Candy Dice

Created for those who want to add a sweet twist to their tea party, this "Roll A Candy Dice" game is sure to be a big hit!

Each player starts with four pieces of candy, and they will take turns rolling the dice. Based on the result, they will follow instructions that will alter the number of candies in their possession.

The first person to ten pieces of candy wins the game.

Around the World

How well do your guests know other languages? Challenge them to this language-matching game called "Around The World."

On one side is the phrase "Tea Time" in a foreign language, and on the other side is a list of the languages.

Their task is to match each translation with its correct language. The first person to answer all questions correctly wins the game!  

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Word Scramble

Each player receives a game card that has a list of scrambled words related to tea parties. It's their job to unscramble the letters as quickly as they can! Whoever finishes the game first wins! 


Tea Party Etiquette Trivia

Tea Party Etiquette Quiz - This fun tea party game will add punch and pizazz to your dainty brunch or ladies luncheon! See who can guess the most etiquette facts correctly and win dame of the day!

Test your knowledge of tea and tea party etiquette with this fun and engaging Trivia game!

Each player receives a game card that has related questions, and their job is to guess the right answer.

Whoever gets the most answers correct the quickest wins the game!

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Tea-Themed Word Search

Tea Party Word Search - Tricky And Hard - 2 Games

See who can find all the tea-themed words in this fun and challenging word search game.

Each player receives a game card with a grid of letters, and their task is to find as many tea-related words as they can in the allotted time.

The player who finds the most words wins!

Get ready to put your tea knowledge to the test with this exciting word search game.


Click here to grab TWO tea party word search games!

Pass The Prize

Pass the Prize Left To Right Tea Party Game

Have fun with this sentimental story that also functions as a cute and simple "pass the present or gift" game!

Print either one copy and read the story aloud, or give each guest a copy to follow along. Then, read the story.

Follow the instructions and pass the gift around the room or table, and whoever is last to hold it by the end of the game gets to keep it!

This printable activity is a beautiful, memorable way to connect with your guests.

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Get The Bundle!

Any of these games is the perfect solution to help you plan a meaningful and fun tea party. Each game is designed to encourage fellowship, friendly competition, and laughter.

You can piece things together individually, or you can save time and hassle and get the MEGA bundle of all games mentioned here (plus a few extras) in one fell swoop!


It's much more economical that way—why spend extra money if you don't have to?

Check out the big bundle here and make your event one to remember!

These games will undoubtedly add an element of fun and excitement to your tea party.

Choose a few or try them all to create an event that your guests will talk about for years to come.



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