A tea party is a wonderful way to celebrate bridal showers, weddings, birthday parties, and baby showers. Basically, what we’re saying is that there’s never a time or event that can’t be improved by a spot of tea!
Choosing the ideal tea party theme for your event is now easier than ever with our favorite themes below. Scroll now to find your favorite look.
Vintage Tea Party
A vintage tea party is an extremely popular set up because it photographs beautifully (as evidenced above).
With its antique tables, vintage printed teacups, and lace and pearl adornments – this look is best suited for lovers of romance and nostalgia.
Mad Hatter Tea Party
If your tastes are a bit more colorful, then the best tea party for you may be a Mad Hatter & Alice in Wonderland theme. This look incorporates wild furniture, vivid decor, and bold accessories.
See more of this look here.
Garden Tea Party
This feminine theme is wonderful choice for a girls only afternoon on a warm spring day. The pastel color palette and mismatched china shine beautifully in the warm sunshine. The bright green grass, billowing trees, and pretty flowers add natural ambiance to this outdoor theme.
Get more on how to achieve this look here.
Modern Tea Party
If lace doilies and pastel pinks aren’t your thing, then a modern tea party theme is calling your name. This theme focuses on clean lines, a neutral palette with a bright accent color, and sophisticated serveware.
Formal Tea Party
For those who are very serious about tea time, then a formal (a.k.a. High Tea) tea party is the theme for you. This look involves plenty of china, flatware, and food courses. If going this route, invite guests to dress for the occasion with white gloves and big rimmed hats.
Japanese Tea Party
A Japanese tea party theme is a wonderful way to embrace international flair. This theme requires Japanese teapots, teacups, and tea leaves. To really enforce this theme, invite guests to take off their shoes and sit cross-legged as they sip their tea.
Be sure to serve yummy Japanese treats like daifuku to go along with the tea!