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I have teamed up with Party Pail who carries so many fabulous party supplies from birthday themes, baby shower, and everyday entertaining to bring you this cute kids tea party! I will be sharing some super easy ideas so you too can pull off this kids tea party.

Kids Tea Party Dessert Table
Kids Tea Party 1

Party Pail has such a cute line of tea party supplies and coordinating items that is was so easy to choose the products I wanted. For my dessert table backdrop I used some white fabric, pink ribbon strands, tea party cutout strands, and paper fans. The tea pot and tea cup cutouts are from the strands but I cut them off and stuck them onto the fans instead.
Tea Party

I used the tea party paper cups to make some cute headband top hats, you can see the tutorial here.Tea Party Desserts

The desserts and snacks were so easy to put together, I didn’t bake anything I only assembled them. The madeleines are from Target as well as the red velvet cupcakes.  Tea Party Strawberry Almond Salad

I created a simple Strawberry Almond Salad and used candy pink treat cups to serve the salad in and I also used the plastic mini cocktail forks.Tea Party Desserts

I used the mini cocktail cubes to serve raspberry topped yogurt. So easy but yet so delicious!!Tea Party Cupcakes

I used the square baking cups to hold our red velvet cupcake but they are great for what they are originally meant to be used for, baking!Tea Party Mini Trifles

I assembled some trifles in these mini pedestal cups which were also paired with mini cocktail spoons. To dress up the mini spoons and forks I added a pearl to them, such a cute touch.Tea Party Madeleines

Tea Party Floral ArrangementI found this adorable white tea pot at a thrift store and knew it would be the perfect to use as the container for the flowers I wanted to add to the table.

Kids Tea Party TablescapeTea Party Plate Setting

Ah, the tablescape my favorite part of a party. I used my rosette table cover to set the tone, I think it was the perfect table cover for this table.Kids Tea Party 26I used the tea party paper plates and napkins for the place settings.

Tea Party Paper Cups

When I saw these adorable paper tea cups I thought how perfect would those be for the place setting and for an activity to keep the kids entertained. The tea cups come with stickers but I also wanted to add some crayons to each setting just in case the kids wanted to color them too. All I did was wrap 3 crayons with some scrapbooking paper, I used the same paper to make coasters for the tea cups. I also placed some cutlery at each setting and that was wrapped in a paper doily.Tea Party Favor

For the party favors I filled these treat boxes with a small nail polish and some costume jewelry. To add some more decoration to the box I made tea bags, filled them with confetti, added a small flower tag to the end of the string, and taped them to the top of the box.
Kids Tea Party Table Setting

Here you have it the whole place setting for each little guest. I had an absolute great time putting this kids tea party together!!! Are you planning a tea party soon?Kids Tea Party Ideas by Creativities GalorePIN IT

Vendor Credits:

Photography and Styling: Creativities Galore

Party decorations and appetizer serve ware: Party Pail

 

28 thoughts on “Kids Tea Party

  1. All these supplies are great! Tea parties can be so much fun and all the snacks seem delicious. I’d particulalry love to try the raspberry topped yoghurt.

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