7 Tea Inspired Holiday Themes

Nov 27, 2013 by

Need a new Christmas tea party idea?  Here are my top 7 favorite Christmas tea party concepts.  Read them, pick one and then DO IT!  We would love to see photos so be ready to share them with our readers.  Tea and Trimmings The Tea and Trimmings theme is designed for your immediate family and/ or close friends.  Tea and Trimmings sets the stage for your holiday celebration to begin. Concept:  Family, decorate house, fill house with music and tea. IDEAS: Send invites to family whether it is in the mail or under the door Trimming the tree- could include finding, cutting or buying or ornament decorating Tell story of Christmas or Holiday traditions over a 3 course meal. Stringing popcorn or making a paper chain. Give a special holiday ornament to remember your...

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Our First Recipe Booklet Has Arrived~...

Nov 17, 2011 by

Finally! The Tea Party Girl (TM) Scones and Spreads recipe booklet is here. This recipe booklet contains 42 outstanding recipes and can be printed out on your own computer. You will love adding this booklet to your collection or buying and sharing them as gifts. Get all the details at http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/ Remember each recipe book you purchase helps support Tea Party Girl’s blog to keep it running. (so every order counts!) Share this link with your friends, family and anyone else you think would love our booklet. Super cute and Fantastically yummy! Don’t wait! Order now! http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/          ...

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Jane Austen Tea Party

Jul 11, 2011 by

As time goes by, Jane Austen and tea never go out of fashion. In fact, they’ve both become almost trendy in recent years. So what better way to celebrate Jane Austen’s genius than with a tea party re-creating a few hours of her everyday life? Invite guests to bring along a favorite passage from one of Austen’s books. The invitation can include a pictures of typical costumes from the early 1800’s. Encourage guests to consider wearing a shawl over modern clothes or experimenting with period dress. Empire waists were popular then, as were choker necklaces. Bare polished wood was the look in decorating at the time, so be sure to have at least one dark wooden table to set off your most charming porcelain knick-knacks. Print out some scenes of Regency England from this Jane...

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