Paisley, Polka dot and Pearls, three looks I love! I thought it would be perfect together for a little girl's Spring Tea Party. So I ran with it for my daughter's 2nd birthday. To keep the party fresh and fun, I paired them with a vibrant palette of orange, yellow and teal. I used the perfect paisley fabric with hues of the three colors throughout my design to bring my vision to fruition. I mixed polka dots and pearl accents to complete my look. Starting with the invitation, the little guests got a peak into what they would experience.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
The first impression,
The experience starts at the door with a simple fringe wreath using the paisley fabric, and wooden arrow sign.
Paisley table runners and a table cap for the desert table were made to anchor of the design. The table setting included teabag cookies and a cookie spoon to snack on. Mango peach juice was served in bottles outfitted with pearls for girls and bow ties for boys. Napkin were wrapped with pearl napkin rings. I used boxwood ball topiary's topped mini urns as the centerpieces, mini milk pitchers also held smaller boxwood balls, and birdcages for a springtime feel. I hung a pearl chandelier above the table for an ultra feminine touch!
Aren't these the cutest petite chivari chairs for our little ones from Petite Seats? Chairs for girls were also decked out with pearls and bows! Olive Branch Papery did a fab job designing all of the my baby girls' stationery.
A pearl chandelier is a must! Isn't it?
Every tea party should have one of these....And the piece de resistance... a vintage tea cart! I love it!
Milk shots in mini creamer pitchers!
Our Deserts Display included custom sugar cookies, cake pops, french macarons, cheesecake, jello jars, and chocolate covered strawberries.
My baby taking everything in!
I love the way the mini fabric garland cake topper turned out!
Cheesecake macarons! Delish!
The kids had a great time at the party. After "tea", we changed into comfy clothes and went outdoors for an Easter egg hunt and egg decorating!
Tea parties are always a cute idea to have for little girls, but little boys will enjoy it as well!
Posted by Natasha Bascom at 10:54 PM