Spread the love

Are you planning a tea party for your little girl? If you are, we are sure you’ll be brilliant at it! Here are a few things to keep your organizing going…

The invitation – as with any other occasion, you can set the mood with your party invitation. You can absolutely DIY them; especially if you are going to involve your kids in creating them, or if the guest list is relatively small. Just make sure to let the theme known, so your guests can come prepared. It might even be a good idea to have a dress codewhich you can mention in your invitation…

The arrival – make the party extra special by making their entrances grand. Have a “princess station” where they can put on their tiaras (something we are absolutely sure they’d love to have as party favors), and glam up a little. Once they are ready, announce their arrival in a royal fashion to hype it up. In case this happens to be a birthday party, don’t forget to have the prettiest tiara for the birthday girl…!

The setting – tea parties and pretty gardens have a sort of unparalleled bond that is hard to explain. It’s almost like the best brewed tea and the best cakes. Hosting a party outdoors means you have lesser mess to take care of indoors, less decorations to worry about, and more freedom for them to run about and play. But this all depends on the size of your garden, as well as the weather on the day of the party. If you live in an area that has unpredictable weather, take measures to ensure you can have this party indoors as welljust in case…

The food – as with most children’s parties, you don’t really need to fill your guests up. This is especially true since it’s a tea party. Finger foods for them to nibble on, a few princess themes cupcakes, a few kinds of cookies, maybe even a few varieties of sandwiches will do quite enough. This is apart from the tea you serve, of course. Remember, you can opt for custom cupcakes from Melbourne to make your life easier…

The decorations – you’d be surprised at how easy it is to decorate for this theme. Anything pink and frilly, with a little glitter will fit the bill! Pompoms and balloons are also a great option for this theme. Remember not to overspend on your decorations, as your little girl and her guests probably won’t even notice them. And while things like candles will look absolutely cute for this theme, it can be a potential danger; so avoid them if possible. If you want to have wine glasses at your table, search for plastic ones that wont break even if you have an accident.