When searching for tea party ideas I stumbled across Lauren’s fabulous blog, A fabulous fete, I found this lovely vintage tea party that was held for a very lucky 4 year old! I absolutely adore the spring color palette used within this party decor and the gorgeous spring flowers.
I love the details on the table, especially the colours on the table cloth! Those are my favourite colours if you recall, or my favourite colour combination if you wish ^_^ Those little birdcage tea light holders that are filled with roses. They’re a beautiful touch.
These glass domes are absolutely stunning! I think the little posy of wild flowers is a beautiful little addition to this pastel filled table. The tableware with the lovely square dishes in pastel hues are absolutely marvellous and very unique! I’ve never seen anything like them before and the fact that they’re mismatched colour wise just adds to the visual loveliness of this little party table!
ooh! Spray painted books! What a fabulous idea. I also love those roses, they’re so delicate and look great under those domes.
Do you see that entirely gold set of flatware?! I want gold cutlery! Those hyacinths are a wonderful shade of pink and look great with the little roses in cocktail glasses.
Lauren has always been very talented with calligraphy and I love how she has written Harpers name on this white porcelain tea pot. If you’re planning on recreating this type of effect, don’t forget to ensure that your tea pot is made of a non porous material or else your marker will wash off (unless you buy one of those special sharpie pens).
This tablecloth looks like it could be one of those fabulous vintage bed sheets. I own a couple of pillow cases but I’ve never been so bold as to use the full sheets on my bed.
The little sprigs of wild flowers poking out of the bird cage are so pretty.
I’m very impressed with how Lauren managed to make silver spray painted books work so well with gold flatware.
Lauren has a fabulous array of free downloads and inspiration on her site so go visit!