Monday, January 4, 2010

Mystery tea party for a wedding!

I'm always surprised and delighted to learn of the many different ways the mystery tea party plans are being used. They've been done in homes, tea rooms, restaurants, an herb farm, poolside, country club, churches, banquet halls. They've been used as entertainment for all types of womens events; ladies golf luncheon, PEO's, women's clubs, library clubs, doll clubs, girls night out, office parties, gosh, the list goes on and on. They've been used as fund-raisers for all sorts of events,too.
But today was a first. A wedding party wants to entertain thier guests at the reception with a mystery tea party! What fun!
Next time your club is looking for entertainment, take a look at the many mystery party plans at (The plans work well without a tea party.)


  1. I wanted to share with you a wedding I attended. The bride and groom were on a limited budget. They used the afternoon tea idea to save a lot of money.

    They placed cupcakes decorated with edible frosting flowers and used them as centerpieces. This also served as the wedding cake. It was a fairly large wedding and they saved not hundreds but thousands of dollars (I know my daughter got married and did spend thousands on these items).

    I was so impressed that I will be adding a page to my website soon. Maxine, your idea of adding a little mystery sounds like so much fun.

  2. Maxine was a life saver for us. We had scheduled a dinner theater. We had no script nor actors. Her easy to follow scripts allowed us to now hold audience participation dinner theaters. We're booking one now and filling up fast. Our little theater is located in a National Historic Registered Woolen Mill. We've been diversifying these last years. Within the mill we have antiques, a tea room, fudge shop, and the dinner theater. In 2010, we'll be opening a B & B on the first level which has two 1938 jail cells in them. Of course, they'll be open to stay at, too.

    Keep up the good work Maxine. We'll be purchasing some of your new plays soon.
    Addie May Fudge Factory & Ol'Mill Antiques, Bonaparte, Iowa