{How to Host a Tea Party Bridal Shower}

Pinkies up, Ladies! 🙂 My little sis and I had so much fun planning our other sis’ bridal showers together and I thought it was high {tea} time I post the pictures from this shower as well! Just as with {My Sister’s Champagne & Cupcakes Bridal Shower}, I was eager to get my craft on so I happily volunteered to plan and execute decorations and shower games for both parties! My little sis secured the befitting party invitations, the space, the food and other such, so kudos to her for her hard work!

As before, when it came to orchestrating all of the elements of the events, my sister in on the left in the picture below was awesome to collaborate with! The then bride-to-be is sitting in the middle…we could tell she had such a wonderful time with family and friends which was what it was all about! [I’m the one on her right.]

Sister Trio at Tea Time ~ Cheerio! | {My Life Space Moments}
Sister Trio at Tea Time ~ Cheerio! | {My Life Space Moments}

In the tiled photo columns below, you can see the vintage-y party elements! A description of what is in each photo can be seen by selecting the photo and viewing the gallery.

and now for the instructions for making the simple handmade Decor touches you see above!

  • To make the Food Signs, cut shimmery gold scrapbook paper to size and folded it in half; then add stickers made to look like chalkboard labels and adhered them to the folded paper. Instant classic-looking table tent or food sign!
  • To make the Date Night Ideas Jar, simply take an empty mason jar and remove the seal, then replace the lid. Next, adhere 3-D scrapbook embellishments, lace, twine, etc. to the outside of the clear jar. Lastly, buy wood craft sticks, popsicle sticks or tongue depressors. Once the guests arrive, have each guest write down a date idea for the couple on a stick and placed it in the jar. Voila!
  • To make the “GIFTS” Banner, cut peach scrapbook paper letters to size using a Cricut or similar machine. Then glue the letters to creme linen scrapbook paper cut to a size of your preference. Lastly, cut shiny, gold curling ribbon to length and attach each letter with a regular clothespin for an old-fashioned feel.

A cup of tea at this time adds a lot of comfort and happiness. … ~Jerome K. Jerome, Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), 1889

Want to share these tea party ideas with others? Feel free to pin one of the images below!

How to Host a Tea Party Bridal Shower | {My Life Space Moments}

How to Host a Tea Party Bridal Shower | {My Life Space Moments}

How to Host a Tea Party Bridal Shower | {My Life Space Moments}

For a list of our fun bridal party games (such as Why Do We Do That?) or more details on the games outlined in the photo descriptions above, feel free to email me at mylifespacemoments@gmail.com!

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