Events like these always remind me that I have an ongoing wish to throw a mostly-grown-up tea party. Not for any event…just because. I’ve been collecting ideas for years now, and every time I mention it my daughter says “Do it!” One of these days…
If you’re going to throw a tea party, the first thing you need to do is invite some guests. This Tea Party Invite from Seven Thirty Three would definitely convey the theme.
What’s a tea party without cute decorations? This simple, printable paper chain from Allsorts seems perfect to me.
I think these Paper Mache Tea Cups from Ann Wood would make beautiful centerpieces.
Sure, there’s tea at a tea party, but there’s also tasty snacks. I couldn’t pass up these No Bake Teacup Treats from She Knows.
Maybe you’d prefer something a little more traditional? How about these Meyer Lemon Tea Cakes with Pomegranate Glaze from Weelicious?
If you want to go all-in, try some of the 50 options for tea sandwiches offered by the Food Network.
These Handsewn Tea Bags Tied to Yummy Cookies from Merriment Design could serve as both tea bag and dessert.
Someday, when I throw my tea party, all girls will be invited, no matter how small. However, those little ones are going to want something to do, so I’m keeping my eye on this Mad Hatter Tea Set pattern by Super Pop on Craftsy.
To go with that tea set, I’m going to need this Tea Box from Lil Blue Boo. You might find I’ve wandered off during my party to join the little bits who are playing with these.
I want to send my guests off at the end of the party with a little something to take home. I think this Tea Wallet from Sew It Girl would be a perfect tea party favor.