Sunday, 16 October 2011

Tea Party Birthday Parties

Set the stage for your child's tea party by making your invitation elegant but fun. And you'll have your invited guests excited if you tell them you'll be doing makeovers and playing dress up.
You might word your invitation like this:
"(First and last name of the birthday girl) invites you to join her for a birthday tea party celebrating her (number of birthday) th. birthday."
"For your tea time with (birthday child's first name) please wear a party dress for high tea. You can also wear your dress up hat and gloves."
To make your invitation really special and exciting you might include a pair of white gloves with the invitation.
If your birthday tea party is for younger children, you might ask them to bring a favorite doll or stuffed animal with them.
And don't forget to give them all the important information too.
"Our special tea party will take place on (month and date) at (start time for your party), ending promptly at (end time)."
Giving an end time for your party will keep you from having party guests stuck at your house waiting for a parent to pick them up.
"Our party location will be (street address and other important location information)."
You can also mention that you will be doing make overs and playing dress up.

1 comment:

  1. Wow this is adorable! I actually did child's tea party for my little girl two years ago and last year we did fairy party. :) It was so fun!