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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
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.
I used the tea party paper cups to make some cute headband top hats, you can see the tutorial here.
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.
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.
I used the mini cocktail cubes to serve raspberry topped yogurt. So easy but yet so delicious!!
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!
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.
I 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 Tablescape
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.I used the tea party paper plates and napkins for the place settings.
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.
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.
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?PIN IT
Photography and Styling: Creativities Galore
Party decorations and appetizer serve ware: Party Pail