Saturday, January 18, 2014

Tea Party ideas

A Princess Tea Party as your little girls birthday party theme sounds good, doesn't it? A tea party can be an extravagant fete, but it does not have to mean a lot of work for you. You can make it lovely and charming by focusing on the details. Presentation is a very important part of a tea party. Serving dainty sandwiches on silver trays speaks miles in fancy at a tea party, and fancy is what it is all about. Dainty, charming, lovely, beautiful are all words you can use to describe a child's tea party. Princess and tea go together perfectly

Tea and Princess Party Invitations
Begin with planning your party decorations and invitations. Buy invites that show a tea pot and some flowers. Or make your own by cutting pretty paper into a tea pot or a tea cup shape. Print your party info, the date, time and place of the party from your computer. Use a script font, they are so pretty and perfect for a tea party invitation. Combine a tiara and a tea pot on your party invitations to let everyone know this is a princess tea party!

Princess Tea Party Decorations
Your party decorations need an extra special touch when you are decorating for a tea party. Use silver trays...the plastic silver trays you can find at any party supply store. Dress the trays up with some paper lace doilies. Use a pastel table cloth and put a lace doily under each tea cup or glass on the table. Roll up some napkins and tie them with a strand of ribbon or lace. It does not cost a lot to create an extra pretty party presentation, it just looks like you spent a lot!

Set A Beautiful Table
Find mixed plate and tea cup patterns at a garage sale. Fine china always looks lovely at a tea party. The dishes do not have to match to look pretty. Set each place setting and add something a princess tea party you can put a tiara at each place setting. The girls will know right away they are in for a special treat at your party!

Tea Party Princess Food Ideas

Prepare dainty sandwiches served without crusts and tiny, delicate desserts for your princesses to dine on. Serve hot tea, iced tea or some pink lemonade to your royal guests. Instead of tea you can serve a pink party punch or strawberry milk with a dollop of whipped cream on top.
Princess tea birthday cupcakes can be made with a mini cupcake pan. Decorate them with pink frosting and sparkling sugars or add a special edible cupcake topping to each one. Draw a tiara with decorator gel icing from a tube. Use glazed icing to top your mini cupcakes and make them look like petit fours...those will be quite a fancy treat for your young princesses.
Set out some strawberries dipped in melted white chocolate or spear fruit on a wooden skewer and serve them. Put one piece of fruit on each skewer and let the girls dip it into marshmallow dessert dip.

Princess Party Games
Add some musical games like Royal Ball Freeze Dance or Musical Thrones for some fun party game excitement. Give some ball room dance lessons and teach those young royals how to twirl around a ball room dance floor. Play a couple rounds of Princess sing-a-long using musical selections from the Disney Princess movies.

Princess Craft Ideas
Princess craft ideas are always a delightful way to entertain your guests. Make a scepter or a tiara, get a sand art kit and decorate tiaras or get some free, printable princess coloring pages and let everyone color in the pictures. There is an amazing coloring kit that would be perfect for a princess party, it is a coloring castle. The girls can color in a large cardboard castle. That is a unique girls party idea if I ever heard one.
Just a few extra touches will turn your little girls ordinary party into a fancy princess party. Ideas are easy to think of, and once you start, there's no end to the wonderful ideas you will get.