Garden Tea Party Invitation
Party, Styling, Text and Photos by Sara Schmutz of Confetti Sunshine
Spring is just around the corner, which means that it is a perfect time to host a garden tea party. We absolutely adore tea parties and can always find a good reason to have one. Our garden tea party would make a great baby or bridal shower, mommy and daughter party, ladies brunch, or a party with a few special friends.
To keep the party fresh and clean, we used a very subtle yellow, pale blue, and white color palette, as well as a pretty flower motif that we incorporated into many areas of the party. Having such a simple color palette and pretty flower pattern helped us keep our party looking very intentional and thoughtful without too much effort.
A tea party always needs to be accompanied with a few favorite sweets. We ended up choosing a few of our favorites from the bakery and arranging them on some cake platters for a simple and gorgeous centerpiece.
We created this simple and sweet free printable invitation to coordinate with the party. To add a little bit of fun to the invitations that we were hand-delivering, we tied some small flowers onto the end of a ribbon bow that we had tied around the envelope.
For the invitation, simply print the printable out on white cardstock. Cut the invitation out and fill in the details. Place inside a 5×7-inch envelope for mailing.
Note: Adult supervision is required when using balloons. Please read all warnings and precautions on the Balloon Time carton.