Indoor Garden Tea Party

 

 

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Tea anyone? This week’s event inspiration board is focused around a shabby chic, indoor garden tea party idea. Think upcycled found vintage items, with a few new items, and some yummy light food. This party would be lovely for some of your close girlfriends, or can be converted and used for a baby shower.  A few trips to your local goodwill or thrift shops can yield lots of great finds to use at this party.
Take this party a little further by:
  • Taking the time and try unusual tea sandwich combinations
  • Make the food pretty
  • Get lots of herb plants and place them in scattered clusters
    throughout your tea room
  • Give little tea cup candles and loose tea assortments as
    little treats and goodie bags

 

Indoor Garden Tea Party

Images Used:
Pots d’herbes – by Stone
Gable Blog
Blue and White Tea Cup Cookies – shared
by non-English blog here
Printable Argyle Tea Party Invitations – by Mr.
Printables.com
Chocolate Dipped Tea Bag Cookies – by Le
Petrin (non English)
3 Tier Cupcake / Cake Stand – by High
Tea For Alice on Etsy
Calla Lily Tea Sandwiches – seen on Key
Ingredient
Garden Apron – by Foodphyte
on Etsy
Dandelion Fairy Gift Tags – by Pearlie
Bird of Etsy
Printable Food Labels – by Paigesofstyle
of Etsy
Vintage Tea Set – by Uptown
Heirloom Co of Etsy
Loose Tea Blends – by Wax
and Wane Wands of Etsy
Sugar Dots in Tiffany Blue – by Wishing
Well Art of Etsy
Teacup Candle – by Intrepid
Illusions on Etsy
Pink Shabby Chic Printable Cake Toppers – by Twinkle
Little Party on Etsy
Afternoon Tea Invitation – by Just
A Little Note on Etsy
This event is designed by The Sparkle Queen Events. Image sources
are hyper-linked in the text for easier accessibility.
As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I want to inspire you to make
your event extra special. While many of the items I include in my event designs
are tutorials, recipes, or handmade… use your imagination! Sometimes you can’t
make everything yourself, or you can make things that you could buy, but the
key is to find the right balance for you and your event, and strive to make it
exceptional!

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