A tea party is always welcome. For a teenage birthday, why not celebrate with tea? It's a snap with this guide.
Of course the ideal food and drink for this kind of party would be tea and cookies! A chocolate tart is also a great addition. Fruit is always nice.
With floral patterns, pinks, and whites as your main decorating colors decorate using:
You can spruce up ordinary folding chairs, like we did, by following the directions below.
Use doilies for table linens at your party. Put your tea cups all around the room that the party will take place in. The floral pillows look nice on couches and benches.
Many thrift stores have an
abundance of tea cups, dollies and pillows. Da-Mamma and I went from
thrift store to thrift store buying these articles.
Ask all your guests to wear a pretty dress to contribute to the princess feel. Maybe even have them wear crowns!
To make the chair decorations you will need:
You’ve now completed your chair back decorations with no sewing!
Some very fun princess tea party games include:
Don't forget to get prizes for the games. Hair clips or fingernail polish make great prizes for teenagers.
We invited girls to our party who did not know each other, so we did a trivia tea ice breaker.
We got the cards from eclectic lamb.
Each player takes a turn asking the trivia questions on their cards. Whoever guesses the answer right picks a tea bag. After all the questions are asked, person with the highest number of tea bags at the end is the winner.
For the tea bag toss you will need:
This game is one that a prize goes along with nicely.
I hope your princess tea teenage birthday party is a joy to host as well as to attend. I had a great time when we hosted one for Bee Jay and my birthday party.
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