Some things just go together — mothers and daughters, spring afternoons and parties, tea and scones. Mother's Day is the perfect occasion to bring all these delights together with a Mother's Day tea. Keep things simple by using this printable pack to create a coordinated and classy tea party to remember. Just download the files and print on heavy card stock using your own color printer, or send them electronically to your local office store for printing.
Any mom will feel super special receiving this invitation to your Mother's Day tea. Simply print out the invite, fill in the details and pop in the mail. Be sure to send invitations at least two weeks before the party.
Your guests will get a kick out of these custom tea bag tags, each featuring a quote about mothers. Print, cut and tape each tag to the end of the tea bag strings. Set one at each place setting and watch faces light up as everyone reads their special quotes.
A dainty napkin at each place is perfectly posh. These printable napkin rings add a festive touch.
Add a dash of panache with these cupcake toppers. They work equally well for petits fours, macaroons and other dainty desserts.
Find pretty napkins with coordinating plates, cups and straws at one of our favorite online party supply spots, Shop Sweet Lulu.
Half the fun of throwing a tea party is planning the menu. Think tiny and adorable. Finger sandwiches, scones and toppings, and a variety of sweets are all good choices. Hint: Be sure to include some of your mom's favorite treats.
While tea is the drink of the day, it's nice to include mini water bottles for any children or adults who might like to quench their thirst with the clear stuff. For a sweet touch, remove the store-bought label and wrap one of these water bottle labels around the bottle, securing with tape.
Send guests home with a small token to thank them for coming to your Mother's Day tea. Tea bags, tins of loose tea, cookies or miniature succulents planted in tiny teacups are all sure to please. Print and cut out these favor tags, punch a hole and tie around your party favors with ribbon or twine. Place favors on a table by the door for guests to help themselves on their way out.
Designate an area for guests to snap tea party photos. Simple props like a garden bench, heart garland in a tree or seat at the tea party table help to set the scene.
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