If you're looking for tea party ideas for your little one, here are some of the tips you can follow to make her happy!
Tea Party Ideas for Kids They Will Love
An Introduction to Tea Party Ideas for Kids
Now that I have a daughter of my own, I want her tea parties to be as awesome as they can be. That's why I've searched for cool DIY ideas to make her next tea party with her friends really special.
I've compiled spectacular and elegant tea party ideas you can do for a kid's tea party. From savory tea party food ideas to tea party decor ideas, you won't fall short of ideas you can try.
1. Make a No Sew Tutu Skirt
Kids will always want to dress up while at a tea party. You can easily make them an adorable tutu skirt in minutes.
Tutu Skirt Definition: It is a kind of skirt usually made of nylon, gauze, tulle, silk, muslin, and tartalan and is often worn by ballet dancers.
2. Bow Garland
Decorate your tea party with this cute and easy-to-make bow garland. Here's an idea: use different types of specialty paper for a colorful bow garland.
3. Make Stuffed Animals
Tea parties are never complete if you don't have a special guest on the table. Add guests to your kid's tea party by making these easy DIY stuffed animals.
4. Paper Flowers
Using some crepe paper, create and decorate with these beautiful paper flowers. Get the step-by-step tutorial here to make these fancy paper flowers for your kid's tea party decor.
5. DIY No Sew Top Hat Centerpiece
Make your kid's tea party more magical with this DIY centerpiece. It's as easy as just gluing everything up!
6. Tea Party Invitation
This is an adorable tea party invitation with real tea! Start printing and sending them out.
7. Alice in Wonderland Apron Tutorial
Little Alice always comes to mind whenever there's a tea party. Have your kid dress up as Alice with this easy sewing tutorial.
8. Baker's Twine Cupcake
These beautiful cupcake decors are made of polyester balls and twine. Your kids can reuse this in every tea party they'll have.
9. Flameless Candles
Since it's not safe to put fire and kids together, decorate with these colorful flameless candles. These cute candles will really light up with all the glitter around.
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10. 3D Gingerbread Cookies
These 3D gingerbread cookies are so cute! This will be a sure hit with all of them.
11. Tea Party Decorated Cookies
Bake these adorable tea party cookies for your kid's next tea party! Put your art skills and imagination to work and create your artwork on the cookies with edible ink!
12. French Tea Gummies
Make these yummy gummy treats for the kids with French tea. The kids will go crazy over this.
13. Teacup Cookies
This is a cookie idea that kids can play with before eating. Whoever said you can't play with your food surely has not tried these cookies.
14. Fairy Bites
Little girls go crazy over fairies. Make this colorful and yummy tea party treat with just five ingredients!
15. Watermelon Flowers
Try to squeeze in a little healthy treat for the kids with these cute little fruit flowers. You need to get your imagination working, but you’ve got help in making these watermelon flowers through this guide.
16. Raspberry White Hot Chocolate
We have to admit that kids may not really like hot tea. So why not replace it with this delicious pink beauty, which is simply raspberry white hot chocolate with a glow?
17. Tea Party Fascinator
Make these adorable fascinators your kids can wear and give out as a party favor. Your girls will definitely adore these fancy headdresses.
Click to play on this video from The Tayra Perez Project for gorgeous kids tea party ideas to inspire your own:
There you have it DIY party planners! We hope you enjoyed our list of unique tea party ideas for kids you can try for your own get-together.
With these easy DIY ideas, we are pretty sure your kids and the guests are going to have a blast. We are also sure your other guests will be taking notes too, for their own future tea parties!
Which of the tea party ideas do you like most? Let us know in the comments section!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on April 22, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.