Introduction: Bridal Shower Tea Party
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Step 1: Invitations
For the invitations we bought blank invititations from the dollar store (yes, this was a party with a budget) and we used some tea bags we had already in the house. I sewed felt hearts on top of the tags as a cute little touch.
Step 2: Table Decorations
On the table we had small plates, tea cups, forks, a candle, and some flowers to decorate. Everything was bought from second stores and garage sales which not only helped to keep everything cheap, but also gave the party a cute vintage mismatchy feel. When the guests arrived the food was brought out. The tea was kept on a table to the side on a small table so it wasn't in the way when the food was out.
Step 3: Decorations
To decorate we hung mason jars from the trees with candles in them. The pictures were taken before everyone got there, but as it got darker you could see the glow alot more and they looked really beautiful.
Step 4: Food
The food served was:
Everything was pretty easy to make, and if you type any of these into google, you will get a TON of recipes of recipes to choose from, being as they are all pretty basic things.
Step 5: Other Things
We also had conversation stones placed around the table with fun questions on them. Another thing we did was have a table set up to the side with papers with every persons names on them, so people could draw pictures, or write messages to each other or whatever, which was alot of fun.
Step 6: There You Have It!
After planning and preparing, and putting in your own ideas and creativity, you'll have a beautiful bridal shower tea party!
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