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Tea Party Ideas, History and Customs – All in one cheatsheet

Tea Party Ideas, History and Customs – All in one cheatsheet

A tea party is one of the best ways to celebrate a special occasion and there are so many creative tea party ideas you can choose from.

I just love tea and scones and I cannot think of anyone I know who does not feel the same.

One may think, it can’t be too hard to plan a tea party. Well, there is a lot to know.

Below is a Tea Party Ideas Infographic, which will provide you everything you need know to host the perfect tea party.


Tea Party Ideas


Time for Tea Infographic

Time for Tea Infographic from


If you don’t have a fine china tea set, don’t worry.  Here are two options:

1. Shop at a few antique stores :

Mix and match different designs and colors.

2. Ask your guests to bring their own tea cup and tea pot :

It is a great way to start conversation as everyone can talk about where they got their tea set from.

If you need more tea party ideas and high tea party recipes take a look at this blog article from BBC Good Food.


Which are your favorite tea party ideas?


And how do you like to send invitations to your guests?


Get ahead of others – Use PurpleSlate mobile app to send mobile invitations for your tea party. It is free and lets you create event invitations easily while you are on the go and sends it via text messages. You can get real-time responses from your guests whether they can make it or not. Chat with your guests inside the app and send them tempting pictures of the food and tea you will serving. Anyone who misses the party will regret it for sure.  Be sure to share pictures taken during your party as well and make memories for your yourself and your guests. Download this free invitation maker app and give it a try!


Posted by Liz Dychko on September 7, 2016.

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