Tea Party Birthday Ideas

January 25, 2006

For my daughter's fifth birthday I gave her a tea party. At the thrift store I bought old granny hats, and jewelry for about $10.00. I bought inexpensive compact powder cases with puffs, nail polish, lipstick, tiny stuffed bears, tiny straw hats to fit bears' heads at the dollar store. (One for each guest including the birthday girl) for about $30.00.

closeup of little girl dressed for a tea party

I bought sheer material with a pattern and some lace material at the fabric store for $6.00 and draped it across the entry to the dining room with thumbtacks. I set the table as fancy as I could. I hung the hats on the wall. If you have a trunk to put them in that would be ideal. I dressed the part. When the guest arrived they picked the hats, jewelry, gloves,and boas they wanted to wear.


The menu: tea, cream cheese with cucumber sandwiches cut like hearts and tied with a ribbon, and of course strawberries. I had an assortment of teas for the guests to choose from.

kids around the table


mom and daughter
closeup of tea table arrangement

By Laurie from West Covina, CA

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January 6, 2006

The perfect birthday party for a 6 yr old was a tea party where all the girls dress up in fancy hats, dresses, high heels and of course put on your own make-up and jewelry. It was an evening the girls will never forget!

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