Choosing a tea party favor for girls can be tricky, especially when you have girls of all different ages at your tea party.  We’ll help you find favors for any tea party that fit like a glove!

Tea Party HatTea Party Favors for All Girls

Girls of all ages at your tea party will love favors like boas, gloves, pearls and hats.  Check out these tea party hat kits – they are a tea party activity, dress up piece and favor all in one!  Each girl gets a straw hat, lots and lots of pretty, silk flowers, tulle, ribbon and easy instructions.  Have a fashion show afterward!

Tea Party Favors for Little Girls

If you have little girls coming to your tea party, try to give favors that they cannot choke on, break or lose easily.  Good favors for little girls 4 and dressupsunder include pretty tea party cookies, larger dress up pieces (gloves, hat, pearl necklace), or stickers.  Stay away from small vials of lip gloss, glitter, or small rings that can be swallowed, eaten or lost.  With dress up pieces as tea party favors, girls can wear them during the party and then go home all dressed up, too!

Tea Party Favors for Older Girls

teapartypurseGirls ages 5-10 can be given favors with smaller parts, as well as the dress up items mentioned above.  Favor a great girls tea party favor that’s all-in-one, we suggest this tea party purse that comes filled with a necklace, bracelet, gloves, notepad and 2 mini pink slippers.  You can even take out the contents and hide them for a tea party treasure hunt game!  These paticular tea party favors would also work well for a little girls princess party, as well.

Tea Party Favors for Older Girls, Teens and Ladies

teacupfavorsOlder girls aged 11 and up as well as teens (and even ladies) will appreciate tea party favors that are thoughtful and out-of-the-ordinary.  A pretty pink or ivory porcelain tea cup and saucer that comes with tea and a golden spoon is always a hit, and comes pre-wrapped and ready to give. 

Beautiful tea party cookies with cameos, monograms, pretty Victorian shoes, tea pots and tea cups on them are beautiful for any tea party event and last up to 4 weeks left unwrapped.  These gorgeous teacookiescookies are also popular with brides for bridal shower or wedding tea favors, but girls of all ages love them…if you can get them to forget about how pretty they are and take a bite!

Large gatherings of girls or ladies might require you to put together your own tea party favors.  If so, we’ve got wholesale prices on tea cups that you can order and fill however you wish – with candies, baubles, tea, a poem or whatever seems to be right.  Lastly, consider things like candles in tea cups or fun little porcelain tea pot shaped night lights – these are tea party favors that older girls and ladies will use and think fondly of your tea party each time they do!  Still undecided?  Take a look at these adorable tea set gift boxes that you can fill with whatever you want, and order colors to match your tea party!

No matter what you decide, we hope that our tips and ideas will help you select just right tea party favors for girls of all ages.  



Princess Tea Party Ideas, Tips and and Supplies

 castleboxLittle girls love princess tea parties and in today’s economy, many moms are opting to host their little princess’s tea party at home instead of paying hundreds of dollars for an off-site party venue.  Here we show you how, by adding just a few simple touches, you can transform your dining or living room into a Princess Tea Party  that fits like a glass slipper!

Princess Tea Party Decorating Tips

Create instant princess magic by following these tried-and-true party tips!  Sprinkle silk flower petals over the table cloth to give it an enchanted feel.  Wrap small, white  lights in tulle or inexpensive white sheers to add a soft, sparkling backdrop.   Wind strings of silk or plastic ivy and/or flowers around a pretty pink tea pot, chairs and table legs to create dressed-up feeling in the room.    

Princess Attire

If you’re game, dress up like a queen or princess yourself!  Dad or big brothers can put on a tux or suit and become a waiter for the day to help out.  Our Princess Tea Party box comes with a princess dress for each child – best of all it comes straight to your doorstep at an unbelievably great price (saves gas, too!): princesspartybox

  •  8 Personalized Tea Party Invitations
  • 8 Princess Dresses (choose size and color)
  • 8 Sparkling star wands 
  • 8 sets white gloves 
  • 8 Fancy bead necklaces
  • 8 Silver Tiaras
  • 8 Pink Rose Organza party bags /purses
  • 8 Glitter Lip Gloss accessories
  • 8 Plastic Tea Cups
  • Pink Dress Up Trunk w/Lid
  • Pink Tea
  • Princess Napkins (16)
  • Princess Plates (8)
  • Pink Cutlery (51 forks/knives/spoons)
  • Pink Tablecover

Princess Tea Time

Serve the tea in child’s tea cups that are sized just right for little hands or use our pretty pink princess tea set with tiered server, tea cups, tea pot and more (extra tea cups can be added)!  Use the server for bite-sized tidibts like small iced cookies,  mini cupcakes, fruit, cheese squares and fruit.  

Princess Tea  Party Activities

Have a princess scavenger hunt using organza bags – prepare a list of “treasure” to find (lip gloss, necklaces, wands, etc.) TIP:  instruct each child to pick up only one of each item to avoid tears.   When it’s time to sing the birthday song, have the guests encircle the birthday princess and sing Happy Birthday while they shower her with flower petals (real or silk).   Paint a large, cardboard box into a princess castle – the girls will love crawling inside through a cutout doorway! Paint the outside of your box with a rectangular sponge dipped in gray paint in scattered rows to mimic castle block walls…fill in with black paint…easy!  Adorn the “castle” with glued-on silk flowers, ivy, etc. if desired.  Take pictures of the girls peeking out for beautiful princess pictures to send to each guest!

Extra Princess Tea Party Tips

Don’t overschedule your party – tired girls equals whining and no fun.  rosecakeThe rule of thumb is not more than 1.5 hours for small children, and no more than 2 hours for 5 and up.  One or two activities plus tea time and gift opening is more than ample.  Have the birthday girl sit in a special “Princess Chair” (dining room chair decorated with tulle bows) and each guest can present her gift one at a time.  Develop photos right after the party and send each child a special thank you note with photos taken at the party, like the enchanted castle photo, tea party dining, etc. 

Visit us online for tons of great tea party tips, supplies and unique items to make your child’s princess tea party extra special!  www.TeaPartyTreasures.com

Rainbow Tea Party Supplies and Ideas

A Rainbow Tea Party is a celebration of God’s promises to us. Colors are used to symbolize each of these promises. We have lots of ideas for you in planning your Rainbow Tea Party as well as supplies to help make your tea party a fun, successful event!

First, it’s important to understand the significance of each color:

  • RED-Christ’s precious blood (the greatest gift)
  • BLACK-Sin/death/night
  • WHITE-Christ’s purity / God’s grace
  • GREEN-new growth – being reborn as a Christian – renewal
  • PURPLE-the royalty of Christ the King; Prince of Peace
  • BLUE-dawn of new Day
  • YELLOW-Fear – as it relates to the awe of God. Can also represent sunrise / rebirth
  • ORANGE sunset – closure of one day into the next

If it’s for children, there is also a “Jellybean Prayer” that goes along with the colors of the rainbow. The meanings are also Christian, but a little simpler for children to understand.

Decorating your table for a Rainbow Tea Party

You don’t need to spend a lot of money to make your table look great. Use these ideas and add your imagination as you brainstorm with your team.

Table Cover – pick up a few yard of solid-color fabric OR even a plastic table cover from the Dollar Store (plastic ones tend to be thin, so purchase a few and layer).

  • Centerpiece – you want height and drama here to draw people to your table. Select a tall vase, jar, garden container or a styrofoam cone as the base. This can even be something your team already has at home. Be creative and think out of the box! Most rainbow tea parties select a winner for the best table, so creativity is key. Fill containers with natural or silk flowers, even tissue paper flowers or bows tied on the ends of chenille sticks work great. Insert your flowers into a styrofoam cone or balls stacked smallest to largest, covering completely. Tall, clear vases can be filled with gumballs, candies, fruit, etc. in your color. You can also wrap boxes in solid-color gift wrap and stack them as a reminder of the gifts we received from God (glue together to prevent tumbling).


  • Tulle is cheap and plentiful in a rainbow of colors. Use it to drape swags around your table, tie bows on the four corners, tuck into baskets of goodies, etc. Battery-operated lights look heavenly wrapped it tulle: use them to wrap around bases of your centerpiece or string behind the tulle in the front of your table edge.
  • Display your items (especially if you’re selling items as a fundraiser with the rainbow tea party) with some pizzazz. Colored plastic bowls, Chinese take-out gift boxes, even inverted frisbees can hold your items. Small, plastic storage totes come in every color imaginable. Tuck paper napkins your solid color down into baskets with matching bows.

Food and Drink

Luckily, fruits,veggies, and candies come in just about every color of the rainbow! Yellow offers lemons, squash, tomatoes, peppers. Purple gives you grapes, eggplant, berries, cabbage. Red can be found in strawberries, cherries, tomatoes. Black and blue are the tough ones, but a drop of food coloring added to a dish as well as candies can help get the creative juices flowing.

Keep an open mind as you peruse the produce section of the supermarket when planning your menu. Also, most cereals come in a multitude of color choices which makes cereal/marshmallow treats a snap. Cupcakes and cookies are easily colored with sprinkles and icing to match. Check the local craft supply store for colored chocolate melts, perfect for dipping pretzels, nuts, fruits, etc. as well as making chocolate pops with a plastic mold.

Tea can be offered in our pretty rainbow tea cups, either at your table or as part of the luncheon. Brew white tea and add a few drops of food coloring to match, or make ice cubes with little candy treats frozen inside (skittles work great) to match your theme. Even edible flowers can be frozen inside of ice cubes! Colored juices can be mixed with sparkling water or club soda to make punch, too (this is a good idea if you expect children).Don’t forget to have the entire team wear clothing to the Rainbow Tea Party in your color! Wear fun colored beads if you don’t have anything in the color – these can be found for just a few dollars at any party store.

We hope these ideas get you on your way to having a great day of fun and fellowship at your Rainbow Tea Party!

Blessings to all ~ Tea Party Treasures

How to create a fun fairy tea party!

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Rose Fairy Tea Set

By adding just a few simple touches to a plain tea party theme, you can transform any tea party event into something extraordinarily magical and fun – a fairy tea party!  Use our tips to create an enchanting fairy tea party , or  pick our  Fairy Tea Party Box for a hassle-free afternoon of fairy wings and tea among the flowers

With the addition of some sparkling fairy wings, fairy wands and floral touches your tea party venue can become a wooded glen full of fun surprises and fun.

 Fairy Tea Party Decorating Tips

For quick tea table transformation, sprinkle silk or real flower petals over the table cloth (and/or the floor) to give the room a magical feel.  Most florists will give you a bag of petals for free or nearly free, left over from arrangements.

  • White lights wrapped in tulle or inexpensive white or pastel sheers add a soft, magical backdrop. Use these to soften walls, doors and ceilings – you will be amazed at the atmosphere these create!
  • Wind strings of silk or plastic ivy around the base of the tea pot, chairs and table legs to create an outdoor, forest feel.  Use as drapery tie-backs, line around doorways or any area that needs camouflage.
  • Dangle nylon butterflies from the chandelier and doorways, or even suspend with string of fishing line from the ceiling (butterflies are the special helpers of the fairies).   You can make your own by bending 2 wire coathangers into wing shapes, twist and wrap the hooked ends and secure with electrical tape to avoid sharp ends.  Slide on the leg of a pair of white stockings over each “wing” – decorate with paint, glitter, etc.  The birthday girl can help do this but it takes a little elbow grease to get them shaped just right!
  • Turn a large cardboard box into a fairy mushroom hideaway – the girls will love crawling inside through a cutout doorway.  Paint the outside of your box with craft or poster paint to look like a toadstool (don’t worry about your artistic abilities – a toadstool is just a half circle on top of a rectangular base).  Paint or attach silk flowers, dragonflies, and other forest friends (this is a perfect photo op when each girl peeks out of the door!).  Further adorn the “house” with ivy, etc .— fairies don’t want their homes to be found, after all!  Not an artist?  Trace creatures using a child’s art projector.

 Fairy Costumes




  • Supply each little fairy with a pair of fairy wings and fairy tutu, and ask each guest to come to the party with a leotard or tank top for the top of the costume.   Our Fairy Tea Party box includes complete fairy dress up sets for all of your guests!lavfairy



    Dust each little pixie’s cheeks and eyelids with cosmetic glitter.Spritz those who would like it with some watered-down floral perfume.

  •  Consider face paints found in craft stores to draw butterflies, stars, swirls, etc. on any child that would like it on their cheek or upper arm. 

Fairy Tea  Time

  • Add a drop or two of food coloring to your brewed caffeine-free green or white tea to make “Fairy Tea”.   After the tea has been poured (the birthday fairy can do this if she is able), ask each child what their tea tastes like – bubblegum, mint, lollipops, candy canes, cotton candy?  Fairy Tea is collected from the morning dewdrops and magically tastes however you wish- sometimes the taste changes with each sip!  😉
  •  Serve the tea in beautiful child’s tea cups
  • Sprinkle iced cookies or mini cupcakes with edible glitter.
  • Create your own flower-shaped fruit kabobs or edible fruit arrangements using cookie cutters.  If you’re brave, serve a chocolate or honey dipping sauce.
  • Create little toadstool salads using a boiled egg for the base and a halved tomato for the top!  Serve on a bed of lettuce with salad dressing for dipping.

 Fairy Tea  Party Activities

  • When it’s time to sing the birthday song, have the fairies encircle the birthday girl and dance around like fairies while they sing and shower her with flower petals (real or silk).   Have each fairy announce her birthday wish for the guest of honor.
  • If the weather is nice, give each girl a fairy treasure pouch (organza bag) and go outdoors for a fairy tea party scavenger hunt with a list of treasure to find (plastic necklace, ring, flower-shaped eraser, butterfly bubbles, etc).
  • If the children are older, plant mini fairy gardens in flower pots for each girl to take home.  Younger girls can make tissue paper flowers easily out of glittery tissue paper and chenille sticks/pipecleaners (spritz with floral body spray if desired).

 Special Fairy Tea Party Touches

  • Send each child a special thank you note with the photo of her peeking outside of your fairy mushroom house!

   We hope these ideas will help you create an enchanting, magical fairy tea party for your little girl!  Visit our online tea party store at www.TeaPartyTreasures.com for the best selection of fairy tea party accessories, dress up, tea sets and more!

Need Fancy Nancy Party Ideas? Read on, fancy pants!

Fancy Nancy Party Ideas, Dress Up, Games, Crafts and More
A Fancy Nancy Party is the perfect chance to let your little girl discover the joy of dressing up and playing pretend! Feeling glamorous and sparkly seems to be part of a girl’s DNA, and this theme lends itself to all things sparkly and fabulously fancy 🙂

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A Fancy Nancy party just cries out all sorts of fun ideas, but plan it in advance or it will become overwhelming. Small girls tire easily and overwhelmed girls = whining and tears.  It’s easy to get carried away, so take my advice and you’re nearly guaranteed a smooth, fun Fancy Nancy birthday party.

TIP: I recommend a party length of 90 mins. for ages 3-4, and no more than 120 mins. for 5 and up.

2. Get Help, Superwoman!

If you’re like me, you’re thinking, “I can do this myself… I can handle it.” Trust me, when all those Fancy Nancy’s get the glitter flying and the teapot is spilling and someone is crying because eyeshadow is stinging their eye – you’ll thank me!

If your Fancy Nancy party is for 5 or more girls, get help!  A good ratio is one helper per 4-5 girls. This can be a mature teen, an aunt, grandma, the mom of one of the guests – anyone you trust and feel would help supervise and keep your party on track. Even Dad, Grandpa or the father of a party guest can put on his tux or suite and be Prince Charming or the Parisian waiter / butler for the day!   Be sure to recruit help several weeks in advance so if your first choice falls through, you’ll have time to find others who can help.

3. Fancy Nancy Party Decor
Another area where it’s easy to do way too much and restraint is in order!  In our Tea Party Box we include all of the Fancy Nancy party supplies you need!   teapartyboxq

Inexpensive white, pink or even pale lavender sheers with white lights strung behind them create a soft, magical feel and are an easy way to dress up any room.  Tulle is cheap, easy to handle and creates a fancy effect when tied onto chair backs, tied into bows, etc.  Play some fancy music in the background to set the mood prior to guests arrival.  Use battery-operated tea lights in votives surrounded by silk flower rings or a small ring of marabou!

Centerpieces can be easily created with large tissue paper flowers in a pretty tissuepaperflowersvase or a teapot with only the blossoms showing.  Drape faux pearls over your chandelier and/or pile into clear, glass hurricanes mixed with “jewels” for a fancy table decoration in place of the centerpiece….tie a tulle bow around it and viola!  Frugal fanciness.
Purchase inexpensive round bed canopies in pink or purple or white slit up one side and tie off the four corners with ribbon…secure to the four table corners with double-stick tape and hang from the center light fixture. Ooh, la la!.

Bonjour Butterfly Theme – print off photos of the Eiffel Tower, Champs E’lysses and other French landmarks in black and white and put in dollar-store frames to for an instant trip to France.  Using an art projector, trace this fancy poodle onto a large sheet of white paper and set up in your party room:pink_poodle

Purchase 2 or 3 sets of butterfly wings and hang them from your chandelier or light fixture with fishing line.  Think pink poodles, sidewalk cafes, baguettes, croissants, puff pastry – anything “frou frou” to set the tone!

4. Fancy Nancy Party Ideas for Crafts and Activities
Consider our Tea Party Hat Kits as your craft. Set up stations with all supplies portioned out. If you have our Tea Party Box, look through the contents several days prior. Rinse tea cups and tea pot and have them ready to go in the kitchen.

If you are having a dressing area for the girls to change, set that up, too. Lay out the Fancy Nancy dress up sets behind the dress up area (the Posh Boutique) in sets for each girl so they know exactly what to do. Set a large, paper gift bag with each child’s name written on it containing her dress up pieces, and instruct them to replace them with the street clothes after they’ve changed. No scurrying about later looking for lost shoes! If available, keep a floor-length mirror near the changing area for girls to get a look at their tea party outfits – keep a camera handy to capture this priceless moment!

Set up the fashion show area in another room (like the living room). An inexpensive roll of paper can be used for the runway, and keep your disco music queued up and ready to go!

TIP: Show your helper(s) where everything is located and how you want it handled PRIOR TO THE PARTY so it runs smoothly. BONUS: Get a disposable camera for each helper so you don’t miss a moment!

5. Mistress of Ceremonies

As children arrive, have your helper lead them to the Posh Pampering makeover area. This leaves you, the head Fancy Nancy, free to greet guests as they arrive, thank them for coming and make introductions. If you’re up for it, dress up in your fanciest things, too!

Try to wait until nearly all of your party guests have arrived before moving on to the dress up activity – but no more than 10 minutes past the party start time.GirlsWorkingOnHats220x178

Makeovers are a must for a Fancy Nancy party! It’s a good idea to let the party helper(s) run this for you while you’re greeting your guests. Keep baby wipes at the station and a hand mirror for each child to get a look at her gorgeous face. Use fresh cotton swabs to apply lip gloss and eye shadow for sanitary reasons. Keep it simple: lip gloss, a dusting of glitter on her cheeks and forehead, eyeshadow and possibly a spritz of watered-down perfume. Once half of or more of the girls have had their makeover, it’s time to take control of the party.

Announce a group welcome your guests and give them a brief overview of what you will be doing at the tea party. For example:

“Thank you all so much for coming to Samantha’s Fancy Nancy Party! We’re so glad you’re here and we’re going to have so much fun! After your makeover, we’re going to make our own tea party hats and get dressed up. Once everyone has finished their hat and has on their dress up things, we’ll have a fashion show! After that, we’ll have fancy party treats and tea! Sam will open each of your presents in the Fancy Birthday Chair after we eat and I’ll be taking lots of pictures, so I hope you brought your sweetest smiles!”

Your little guests will love to hear the party plan in advance and you’ve answered all of their questions – but still be ready to gently go over the plan again as small children like to know what’s next.

6. Keeping The Fancy Nancy Party Fun Going
If you have a small group (8 or less) everyone can do the same thing at the same time (hat making, dress up, etc). If you are having a large group – more than 8 – divide them into two groups – one adult per group. Tell the girls which activity their group will do first and who to go with, and that they need to stay in their group . Assure them that they’ll get to do everything at the party – little ones will worry that they won’t get to do everything.

The dress up group can go to the Posh Boutique area to change while the tea party hat craft group gets started. Remind the dress up group about the bag with their name on it if you are using these.
If one of the girls wanders away from her group, gently remind her to go back to her group.

7. Fancy Nancy Fashion Show / Paris Runway
Once each group has had a chance to do both activities (dress up and hat making), it’s time for the fashion show! I recommend that this is in another area of the house so that the helper(s) can be cleaning up the crafts and setting up the tea table, preparinteapartyhatblackg the tea and food, ensuring the clothing is in the right bags, etc. while you conduct the fashion show.

Line up the girls and have them walk down the “runway” – borrow a small disco ball for fun! Play some fun music while you announce them one at a time. “Check out Katie’s gorgeous outfit! That hat is too fancy for words!” Clap and take a photos while they pose – give the other girls disposable cameras so you have lots of flashes like a real runway fashion show!

Continue until all girls have had a chance to show off their hats and outfits. Take a group photo for the Thank You cards and the scrapbook!

8. Fancy Nancy Party Food for Girls

Check out these beautiful rose-shaped tea cakes!  They are simply too fancy for words and come in chocolate and vanilla to please all palates. Select small, bite-sized tidbits for simplicity and in keeping with the tea tradition. Prepare sandwiches (pb&j is fine) cut out with heart, flower or butterfly cookie cutters and spray with pink or purple cake decorating color spray. Use pretty platters and dishes to serve – paper doilies in white, silver or gold add instant fancy to any plate or serving dish!  Beautiful teacup-shaped sugar cookies work nicely and add to the fancy feel!

Serve the Birthday Girl first and allow her to pour the tea for her guests if she is old enough. Use real sugar cubes and demitasse tea cups – they’ll be so impressed! Present the Birthday girl with a fancy cupcake with a single candle, sing “Happy Birthday” and, after she blows out her candle, serve cupcakes to the guests.

While you’re having tea time, have your helpers set up the Fancy Nancy Birthday Girl chair and gifts in another room (probably where you had the fashion show).

9. Gift Opening / Party Wind-down

You’re in the home stretch now!  About 15-20 minutes prior to the end of the party, usher the children into the gift opening area. Your wonderful helpers will have a decorated chair (this can be a dining room chair with a fancy, shiny cloth or big tulle bow!) and another chair next to it and gifts at the ready. Announce that the Birthday Girl will sit in the Fancy Birthday Chair and they may come and sit next to her one at a time. Tell them you’ll let them know when it’s their turn. My advice is that you go in order from youngest to oldest to avoid the wiggles and wandering. If you have a child that simply cannot sit still, let a helper usher them into another room to change while the rest of the children watch the gift opening. Have your child say “Merci!” to each one and snap a photo.

Have the helpers prepare the Fancy Nancy Party Favors to be given as the children leave – give it to them before then and you’re asking for lost goodies and tears….and distracting other party guests.

I hope these tips and ideas help you have the best Fancy Nancy party ever!

Written by Tea Party Treasures

Wholesale Tea Cups !

If you’re planning a large event that requires your to purchase bulk tea cups, you’ve probably done a lot of legwork already.  Here’s some tips to make sure you get the best deal, safely:

  • As you look around on the internet, ask the site representative if they can provide proof that their wholesale tea cups are food-safe IN WRITING – do not just take their word for it.  I’ve done some incognito phone calls to suppliers on the web and was told repeatedly that a tea cup I knew to be non-food safe was, in fact, okay to use to drink from.  Yikes!  This is extremely important for children and adults alike.  It’s no secret that most tea cups are made in China and with the recent lead scare, you don’t want to risk it to get a good deal.
  • Florist’s tea cups are not food safe, nor are they FDA approved.  They are fine if you’re just using them for decor, or if you are using them as favors – but instruct your guests with a sticker on the tea cups, verbally or both that they are not to be used with food/liquid.  Here are a few that you should NOT use for drinking liquids from:

Now, these are pretty – but PLEASE don’t drink from them!  You can find affordable, wholesale tea cups that are FDA Approved for food use at a good price that look just as pretty!  Don’t believe me?  Here are just a few that we have at www.TeaPartyTreasures.com for less than $3 each – no joke!

Most of these are packed 48 or 72 per case and ship direct from the factory to you.  Allow up to 3 weeks to receive them and you will have a stress-free tea party with beautiful, wholesale tea cups that you don’t have to worry about!  Click any photo or visit our Wholesale Tea Cups page to get started.

Child’s Tea Sets

Child's Tea Set - personalize it!A child’s tea set is a keepsake gift that will be remembered long after the toys are put away for more “grown up” things.  When selecting a tea set, there are several important things to keep in mind to ensure a lifetime of happy memories and safety.

All tea sets are not created equal and, with the recent lead and other scares regarding children’s toys your child is too important to take a risk.  Plastic tea sets will be broken and forgotten, so we think it best to choose a beautiful yet sturdy tea set that will be there to be passed down to generations of tea party hosts and/or put on display.  polkadotteasetThroughout this article are examples of our gorgeous porcelain tea sets that come in many styles and colors that you can customize for your child.  Free personalization is included as an added bonus! 

Names can be added on the tea tray and/or tea pot, and you can choose cutout letters or handpainted lettering.  Each tea set includes all pieces as shown.

Most importantly, our tea sets are handmade here in the USA by artists that use safe paints and glazes and fire your tea set in their own kilns.  This means that your little girl can realiviaally drink from her tea cups, fill her tea pot with water or any safe liquid and serve it to her guests safely.  The finished product is just like a coffee or tea mug you have in your cupboard, not a mass-produced toy that came across the ocean.

The artists we work with are moms who will also happily add an inscription to the back of your tea tray; some have just written the date and occasion while others sweetpicklesteasetinclude sentiments to pass on to their special daughters, grandchildren and nieces.   

Due to the delicacy of our tea sets, please hand-wash each piece upon receipt and after each use.  Avoid oven, dishwasher, etc.  for best results.  Allow the artist up to 3 weeks to paint, glaze, fire and ship your child’s tea set – so please keep in mind when ordering.  View our website to see a complete gallery of all available child’s tea sets.  There are also other styles of tea sets on our site – let us create a memory for you!  www.TeaPartyTreasures.com