Tea party idea: Use cookie cutters to create little peek-a-boo shapes! Then serve the tea sandwiches on an upside down cup and saucer.

Tea Party ideas/inspiration Could also be any kind of cookie cutter. Doesn't necessarily need the tea cups either for a boy birthday party (;

Children's Tea Party - An old school friend made these for her daughter's 2nd birthday - So so cute!

Children's Tea Party - An old school friend made these for her daughter's birthday - So so cute!

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Snack: A simple way to make sandwiches into a show stopping centre piece. You can vary the filling depending on what your child likes - cream cheese and mango chutney is a surprisingly delicious combination!

Super Easy Traditional British Jam Tarts: Jam and Lemon Tarts (A great way to use leftover pastry. This came in handy today.)

Traditional Jam Tarts

Fun Baking with These Super Easy Traditional British Jam Tarts: Jam and Lemon Tarts

pretty meringue kisses with sprinkles!

gorgeous meringue kisses - use edible glue to add sprinkles, give as favours or for dessert table

Princess Tea Party Photo Booth Props - Perfect for a Little Princess Party

Princess Tea Party Photo Booth Props - Perfect for a Little Princess Party

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At Dickens Tea Room, Debbie usually adapts the High Tea menu for the younger crowd. Go by there and get some ideas for your tea party.

At Dickens Tea Room, Debbie usually adapts the High Tea menu for the younger crowd. Go by there and get some ideas for your tea party.

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Tea Party for Ava Guest Dessert Feature

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