September 9th, 2011 |

Real Parties: Tea for Three

What can I say?!  I am so fortunate to work with so many sweet, talented families when it comes to party planning.  I’m a pretty lucky girl that I get to design cute party goods for a living….and even luckier when  they are used in such an amazingly beautiful way.  I’m always thrilled to show off parties that we were able to be a part of….which is exactly what we are doing today!  There are so many details to this party, we are going to split it up into two posts.

This tea party was hosted by one of my favorite clients for her three daughters.  You may remember seeing Gracie’s preppy pink and green birthday party from last year, or their darling Halloween party.  She approached me to create a custom collection of party goods and fabric for the party.  A tea party for her three daughters, with a turquoise and pink color palette.  You can see the suite of paper goods above.  Part of her request was for custom fabric….and as you start scrolling down throughout the pictures, you can see what a large role the patterned fabric played.

What I love about this party is that she took the pattern and color palette and ran with it….and made most of the decorations herself!

I thought the table runners were going to be my favorite (note the pink stripe border on them matches the napkins!), but I am just dying over how cute the pink fabric looks tied around the chairs in a bow.

Tea cups, pink roses, and some coordinating paper goods tied the look together.  We’ll be back later today with the details of the activity stations and desserts!

Photography by Wendy Updegraff Photography

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