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    Default Kitchen tea games

    Hello ladies, I've just been asked to organise games for my sister in-law's kitchen tea, which is fine as I'm bridesmaid and more than happy to help BUT it's in 10 days!!!!!

    Do you have any suggestions for any fun games to play?

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    We only played two games at mine. I think one was something about the weights of handbags (though I can't remember what the go was,just that we were weighing them). The other was a heap of photos of me at different ages and everyone had to guess how old I was in each one.

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    We did one where you had to tie an apron while keeping a balloon in the air, so you were bopping around keeping the balloon up while hands behind your back tying the apron. That was fun. We also did kiss the frog prince, big lips in place on a big frog poster.

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    Thank you @Em9 & @Green Cheese, these are a great start.

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    Default Kitchen tea games

    Didn't read properly sorry!!

    Toilet paper wedding dresses? Form teams and get creative!
    Handbag bingo- make scorecards for popular bag items and the highest score wins.
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    We played a game of 20 questions - who knows the bride best. Ask the bride a series of questions before the party and then whoever gets the most answers right wins. Have a selection of questions that a variety of people will know answers to. Ie middle name, first boy they kissed etc. This ensures it won't automatically be mum who wins! One of my school friends won over my mum. Mum was devastated haha.

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    We did handbag bingo too, was fun!

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    I love these suggestions too @mmaf @M'LadyEm & @ElizaDoLittle ! I'm definitely going to suggest these to SIL. Toilet paper wedding dress & handbag bingo are cool and I love the 20 questions about the bride. I'll just tell MIL she can't play LOL


 

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