Tea Party Wedding
I love Tea and anything related to the art of hosting gatherings for women.
This time I am creating a vow renewal/wedding Tea Theme. Everything is related to Tea, but it will not be supper girly either.
"Tea Cookie" escort cards,
Individual Tea pouches with a tea bag and a Tea related quote or poem on each Teabag tag.
Please see my BIO for all of my projects.
Total number of guests = 32 and 7 are children 1 -18
9 kinds of Tea
6 kinds of Coffee
Honey, Lemmon, Raw Sugar and sugar substitute along with half-half, light cream, milk and instant Cremora for those who just don't get it.
Hot Cocoa Bar - peppermint - chocolate chips - whipped cream - caramel
NA Punch - Gingerale - Soda Water - White Grape Juice - Frozen Fruit Ring
Because this is a Tea I am serving the guests myself and my best friend will be helping me. She knows this is actually an honor and I bought her a special gift for the occassion. I Love Jenny she is a wonderful woman!
The hour is 3pm so standard medium fare nothing too heavy, but a little heavier than mid morning
Deviled Eggs w/ curry
Pinwheels - Basil Tomato Feta Olives and Watercress
Fruit veggie cheese crackers and tostini platter
Devonshire Cream, Lemmon curd, Marmalade and assorted jams
Sweet Buttermilk Scones
Savory Scones with cheddar cheese and chives (no bacon due to my muslim friends) No-Yeast Cinnamon Buns- recipe in bio
Buiscuits - now if you are English you know I mean the mildly sweet kind, but if you are American it is more like a shortbread cookie
Tea Sandwhiches Cucumber, Strawberry creamcheese, Chicken salad w/ walnut and Cranberry, Tuna, peanutbutter and jelly
Soup - Venison Stew
Ambrosia - the jello molded type
Entree- Instead of pie crust mix Mashed potato Cheddar cheese frenchfried onion and plop on top of standard Chicken Caserole filling
Hershey Kiss cookies
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter cookies
Using champagne as the softening accent color with a focus on all shades Blue and snow white
Lost of icicles and snowflakes as well as a few lacy butterflies to remind everyone spring will soon be sprung.