Thursday, 11 August 2011

Tea Party Birthday

Birthday Tea Party Planning

If you want to be at peace on the day of the birthday tea party, plan it 6 – 8 weeks in advance. It'll give you enough time to purchase and mail the party invitations and to make travel plans, if needed. If you have less time, don't panic. Just a little careful planning and every thing will be set. Of course, if you want to increase the number of guests attending the tea party, it is advisable to plan everything in advance.

Birthday Tea Party Invitations

Send the invitations as early as possible. This will give the guests ample time to organize their trip, if they live far away and make sure that they are able to attend the tea party. Also don't exceed the number of guests above 5 or 6 people. A good way to send invitations is to send an inexpensive tea mug or a real tea bag with a tea label invitation attached. The invitations should be creative, short and simple.

Birthday Tea Party Decorations

Hosting the tea party outdoors is a good idea. However, if you're hosting a birthday party indoors, you will need to make special arrangements, like, bringing a few garden flowers indoors for decoration. The area where the party is to be held should be filled with balloons, streamers, confetti, etc. All the decorations should be done keeping your little girl's preferences in mind, like, if she loves the color purple, add a purple touch and a feminine look in your decorations. Decorate with lots of candles and colorful tablecloths. A few things that you could use for the decorations and overall ambiance are:

  • Paper dollies
  • Pink and white streamers
  • Silver foil balloons
  • Fresh flower bucket
  • Dolls and stuffed animals
  • Playing the girl's favorite music

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