How to have a Children’s Tea Party

We recently hosted a tea party for some friends and family.  We did a little prep work and came up with the following party decor.  Check it out!

This is a handmade sign, created with fabric scraps, a sharpie and some Elmers glue by one of the party-goers.

Fresh flowers and mismatched teacups are crucial for an elegant tea party.

The triangle banners were crafted with double-sided scrapbook paper, a hot glue gun, and ribbon.  The triangles were cut in varying sizes and then hot glued to the ribbon.

The fabric backdrop was created from old sheets.  We cut 4-5 sheets into long strips and tied them all to one long strip.

Antique doilies made everything on our picnic table look extra fancy.

Super fancy-looking peanut butter crackers.

Mike-and-ike’s added elegance to our plain white cake.

Every tea party needs a chic teapot.

Oh fancy gloves!

The picnic table has never looked so luxurious.

Oh and you can’t forget the chandelier.

Teddy was number 1 on the guest list.

All of our guests came dressed to impress…even the boys.

The tea party was a huge success!

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