At a tea party, interesting conversations make all the difference – it’s a great opportunity to get to know each other, discuss interesting topics, and simply have a good time. Here’s a list of 20 conversation starters that’ll make for an enjoyable tea party for everyone.
1. We’re all here for a tea party – what’s your favorite kind of tea? //What kind of tea do you like the most? Do you have any favorite flavors, rituals, or presentation styles associated with drinking it?
2. What would you do if you had unlimited resources? //Giving people the chance to open up more freely, this question enables them to express their deepest desires and dreams.
3. What’s your favorite color and why? //A classic question that still works in reuniting old friends or introducing new ones.
4. What was the first book you ever read? //Asked in the right environment, such as a tea party, this can provide an interesting take on their personality and their tastes in literature.
5. Do you prefer your tea with milk, sugars, fruits – or none of the above? //Apart from providing a common ground, this question will help you learn much more about your tea-sipping buddies.
6. What do you do for a living? //Although this question needs to be asked with some caution, it can also be a great bonding point for everyone.
7. Talk about the biggest challenge you faced this week. //Letting the attendees discuss their problems in a relaxed environment can make them feel more at ease.
8. What’s the best advice you’ve recently given someone? //This is a great chance to share a bit of wisdom and potentially even learn something new.
9. If you could time travel, where would you go? //Probably the most creative of all the tea party conversation starters, this one appeals to everyone’s inner wanderlust.
10. What is your favorite hobby and why? //Giving people an opportunity to talk about what they’re passionate about will always become an interesting topic.
11. What words do you live by and why? //This conversation starter helps people think about their values and build a conversation around that.
12. Which cause do you think needs more attention and why? //Tea parties can be the meeting point for people to come up with great ideas and perhaps even find like-minded people who share their cause.
13. When was the last time you did something for the first time? //Engaging everyone in the tea party, this conversation starter can break down barriers and draw people of diverse ages into the conversation.
14. What’s the one dessert you can’t say no to? //Who doesn’t love a bit of food talk in a tea party? This’ll make everyone salivate while they chat.
15. If you could choose any superpower, what would it be and why? //Enabling people to tap into their wild side, this tea party conversation starter will leave people wanting more.
16. Who are your anti-heroes and why? //This can be a great way to connect with people by learning about what and who they don’t support.
17. What do you consider to be a perfect Sunday? //This conversation starter can be used to connect with people and learn what they value in life.
18. What would you do if you could travel without limits and without costs? //Apart from getting people to talk more, it can also help you find out more about their personal goals and dreams.
19. What are some of the biggest changes you’ve seen in your lifetime? //A great opportunity to hear firsthand stories about the past, this conversation starter can also be great fun as various perspectives are brought to the table.
20. What do you think are the biggest lessons you have learned in life? //Provoking thought and allowing people to share their true learning experiences, this conversation starter can bring a great level of insight to the group.