Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Tea Party Ideas

In many countries, a tea party is one of the most celebrated affairs. I remember reading about formal tea parties in the books of Enid Blyton. The food fare often had my stomach rumbling and growling for all the interesting dishes. Afternoon tea parties have always been a prominent feature during the Victorian age as well as the Edwardian age in the United Kingdom. These formal tea parties included more than just a cup of tea! These were elaborate in terms of d├ęcor and everything was planned to perfection from the crockery used to the kind of decoration planned for the room.

In the olden days, there were many variations of the tea party. High tea was most popular amongst people who belonged to the upper strata of the society. At that time, people either conversed to socialize or used these tea parties to discuss business matter. Today, many people continue to follow this trend of formal and informal tea parties to delight guests and basically have an enjoyable time!

Victorian tea parties are quite popular amongst families that wish to have a celebration with friends, the elegant way. A Victorian tea party is a great way to socialize in style. If you are planning to host a tea party then you can opt for a Victorian tea party theme. Here are some ideas for Victorian tea parties.






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