Your Ultimate Guide to Throwing a Tea Party at your New Home

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Acquiring a new home is definitely worth celebrating. Now, if you want an elegant get together with your closest friends and relatives, why not throw a tea party? If you’re unsure where to start, check out our ultimate guide to throwing a tea party at your new home.


Tea Parties at a Glance


A tea party is perfect for celebratory occasions like a house warming. It is very easy to pull off and you can host it just about any hour of the day. On the contrary, you may think of a tea party as extremely fussy due to scenes from British royal movies or Alice in Wonderland. Well, there’s a bit of truth to this. British tea parties were attended by well-off members of the society, a tradition that dates back to the 1600s. However, from being a solely elegant affair, tea parties have evolved over time. Forget about detailed Victorian decors and expensive porcelain tableware. We have compiled some tips for a quick-to-organize but fun tea party at your new home.


Tea Party Planning Tips


Once you have selected a date for your house warming tea party, it’s time to tick off others from your checklist.


  1. Set your budget and complete your guest list


Setting your budget is important. It lets you identify how much you are going to spend on foods, tea, and decors as well as the number of your guests. So, first of all, know how much you are willing to chip out for the tea party then complete your guest list. Remember, tea parties are best known for small and intimate gatherings.


  1. Create and send out your invites


Get a little fancy by sending out digital invites to your guests. Canva, Zazzle, and Minted are your go-to sites for tea party templates.


  1. Prepare your tableware


It’s time to unbox your shiny gold and silver tableware along with your priced cups and saucers. They probably have been sitting for years since you first got them as presents for your wedding or birthday.


  1. Purchase ready-made decors


Tea party is a casual event so drop the idea of crazy, detailed decorations. You can simply head to a local store or shop online for hanging paper lanterns, colorful buntings, floral banners, or tea time hanging cutout.


  1. Plan your finger foods


Some of our highly-recommended finger foods are cucumber and cream cheese tea sandwiches, sugar cookies, classic chicken or tuna tea salad sandwiches, and buttermilk scones. You can also prepare some butternut squash soup and spring salad.


  1. Choose your tea


We all know the health benefits of tea, but handpicking the best tea will make your party memorable. Plus, the “perfect tea” makes a good conversation piece.


You can go for Ceylon black tea, mint tea, chamomile tea, or lavender tea. It’s also okay if you’re feeling a little

out-of-the-box. In this case, you can try something different other than traditional tea. How about serving

kombucha to your guests? Like tea, kombucha is purported to offer health benefits, one of which is promoting gut

health. Your guests will be surprised with the effervescent, slightly sweet, and tart taste of the drink they’d be

served. Think about the taste of a slightly sweet sparkling apple cider vinegar but with a twist because kombucha comes in many different flavors now. Try Health-Ade Kombucha for your own version of a tea party.


Follow these tea party tips and you’re sure to have an unforgettable occasion with your guests!




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John Pusa
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Tommy Wyher very good report for throwing a tea party at a new home.

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