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Bridal Tea Party - Garden Rose Collection

A fabulous bridal tea with family and friends was among the pre-wedding events for bride-to-be, Courtney.

A welcoming entrance featured floral garlands lining the entryway with festive signs decorating the doors.
front door

The table was magnificently set with pink, gold, and green accents among the china and crystal place settings.
tea table

Pink, red, and white rose arrangements were wrapped in matching party paper.
flower arrangements with patterned paper

Floral place cards and napkin holders were a beautiful addition to the table settings. A single rose rested on the bride's tea cup setting.
bride's place setting

The bride’s place was appropriately at the head of the table.
bride's chair

Lovely pink flowers and sparkling footed stemware complemented the Beverage Bar.
beverage bar

A toast was in order for the occasion!  A personalized champagne bottle was on ice!
monogram champagne personalized label

The buffet table was covered in sage green fabric and white table skirting.  Medallions bearing the initial of the bride decorated the green ribbon border.
buffet table

A beautiful vase overflowing with a bouquet of roses and greenery sat on a mirrored tray, and included a centerpiece topper for “Courtney’s Bridal Tea.”
buffet centerpiece

Tea party delicacies included fresh baked scones served with lemon curd, clotted cream, raspberry preserves, as well as ginger and orange marmalade.

Tent style food labels were helpful in identifying all of the delicious options.
jam tent style tea labels

Guests dined on open face salmon sandwiches, cucumber and dill sandwiches, egg salad sandwiches, and turkey sandwiches.
turkey sandwiches

open faced salmon on toast

cucumber and dill sandwiches

Tea cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, and petit fours were the perfect party sweets!
tea cookies

chocolate covered strawberries

petit fours

Oolong tea and English Breakfast tea made it a true “tea party!”
types of tea served

As guests sipped tea they were treated to games including “Bridal Bingo” and “Who knows the Bride best?”
bridal bingo

who knows bride best game

Pink flag banners were a cute addition to the party décor.
flag banner

Tea bag party favors were creatively packaged in personalized tea holders!
tea bag party favor

Such a lovely high tea honoring the bride-to be! Party Printables: That Party Chick

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