We had a fun at home DIY tea party over the weekend! Follow this party guide to host your own tea party at home.
Tea Party Invitations:
First things first, all party’s need invitations! I’ve included a fully scripted one and a blank template for you to write-in your at home party details.
Tea Party Decor:
Print our free Par-Tea Kit for your party decorations.
Included in our free printable party pack:
- Party Flags, we used these to make wands
- Mini Party Flags, I attached these to straws, but can also be used as cupcake toppers
- Party Banner
- Printable Activity
Tea Party Food:
I served Fairy Bread for our tea party snack. Making this magical treat is SO easy! Simply spread softened butter on white bread with the ends cut off and top with sprinkles. It may sound a bit odd, but children love it!
Tea Party Drinks:
Well a tea party wouldn’t be a tea party without TEA! Since the boys are younger I opted for a cold brew iced tea instead of traditional hot tea. We used THIS Cold Brew Rasberry Iced Tea and drank it out of our tea cups!
Tea Party Activities & Games:
After we had our tea party snacks and drank some tea we decorated our own teapots by coloring in the printable included in the party kit linked above. You can also flip the page over once your done coloring and play some fun games like Tic Tac Toe, Dots, and Hangman. Have time for a movie? Watch Alice in Wonderland together during or after your tea party!
Tea Party Attire:
We opted to get dressed up for our DIY tea party at home. Landon wore a polo shirt, Adrian wore a blazer, and I of course couldn’t pass up a chance to pull out my tutu and tiara.
More DIY Tea Party Ideas:
Head to my Instagram or The DIY Moms for more tea party ideas and inspiration!
Don’t forget to tag me (IG/FB: @mombunsandmayhem) if you use this free tea party printable kit, I’d love to see your tea party celebration!
So cute! We’ll be having more tea parties this summer. I’ll definitely come back for these printables!