Tea party games for your Winnie the Pooh tea party baby shower can break the ice for guests that do not know one another and have fun doing it.
I like to start the activities with a video for the mom to be. I ask all the guests to arrive early and have something special prepared to tell the mom to be about being a parent or about congratulating them on the pregnancy. If you already know the sex and name of the baby, personalize the message as well.
Because this is a Winnie the Pooh theme, I make a sign, Welcome to 100 Acre Woods and use is as a post in front of the guest. Then the video is given to the mom to be as a gift for her to view in the future. Once all the guests have arrived, the tea party games can start! If you have guests that do not know one another, you will need name tags for this activity. Not to worry.
Tea Party Games for a baby shower
Games for a baby shower are meant to stimulate conversation. And there is no better place than a tea party and this next game to do just that. Can you guess the baby? Prior to the party, you will ask each guest to send you a picture of themselves as an infant. Make sure that they put their name on the back, so that you can return it. Make a collage with all the guests pictures, putting a number besides each picture. Give your guests a piece of paper and a pencil. Ask them to write down which baby picture matches each individual. The most right answers wins.
This is something that you may want to give your guests awhile to do, so that they get a chance to mingle and meet the other guests.
Can you say Hunny Pot Hat?
Create a willy nilly silly hat by gluing baby supplies onto a homemade paper hat, visor or other sort of hat. Announce that anyone heard utter the words Winnie the Pooh will be punished by wearing this hat. They will also have their picture taken in this hat for future reference.
Of course, to make sure everyone understands the rules of this game, you must review the game. Ask loudly, so you understand the rules. What are the words? The first person to utter the words gets to wear the hat. Please make light of this. We want others to get into the act. Tell the individual that they must really like the hat they responded so quickly. That you really would like to sell them the hat, but you are sure that there are others at the party that are equally as interested in the hat as they are.
Make sure to take pictures of everyone that wears the Hunny Pot hat. It will give the mom to be something to smile about for years to come.
Winnie the Pooh and friends
Lets check everyones knowledge of Winnie the Pooh and friends. This game we will say the name of the character and the guests will write down a characteristic or a personality trait.
Winnie the Pooh, the bear, never forgets a pot of honey. Always says his pot is empty, and confesses that he ate it all. Best friends with Christopher Robin and Piglet. Has little brains and does lots of silly things.
Tigger, the tiger, is the silliest character and loves to bounce on his springy tail. He is always looking to make the most out of what life has to offer. He is quick to remind you the most wonderful thing about Tiggers is that "I'm the only one!"
Piglet, the pig, is brave for his size and starts every day asking I wonder what's going to happen exciting today?.
Kanga, a kangaroo, is the only female character in the books and the only hint of any adult influence in the stories. She mothers everyone.
Roo, the joey, is always adventurous and curious about things.
Eeyore, the donkey, is always sad and in a glum mood.
Rabbit perceives himself as the smartest one out of the group. Everyone will come to him and find solutions to their problems.
Owl is very verbal and opinionated, even when unwanted. He is a teacher by nature and often tells stories about his family. He has come to the aid of Pooh on many occasions.
Christopher Robbin the only human in the stories is always depicted with uneven socks. He is everyones best friend. He is always helping his friends out of silly tricky situations they find themselves in. He loves hosting birthday and hero parties. His favorite thing to do is nothing.
Say the name of the character and allow the guests to write down the characteristics. The one with the most right answers wins.
A nice prize idea for these tea party games might be a Winnie the Pooh or other character tea cup or mug, a small tin of loose leaf tea, a small jar of hunny and some tea socks. Place all of these items in a see through cello bag or a colorful organza bag. Need a place to get your tea check out our affiliate Adagio Teas. You will find a large selection of teas and tisanes (no caffeine) to choose from.