Bridal tea ideas include incorporating the bride's wedding colors, using tea paraphernalia in place of traditional pieces and stick to a simple menu and program. During warmer months, host a bridal tea that features iced tea or sweet tea instead of traditional hot tea.Continue Reading
While a bridal tea party does not need to match the style and colors of the actual wedding, incorporating one of the wedding colors into the tea party is a fun way to honor the bride. If one of the wedding colors is pink, serve a berry tea, or if one of the colors is turquoise, use napkins or ribbons of the same shade. Another way to honor the bride is to include some photos from the bride's childhood or of the couple in the decor.
A bridal tea is a time for the busy bride and the wedding party to relax, so the menu and events of the party are best kept simple. Finger food ideas include cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches and smoked salmon on mini bagels. Ideas for simple desserts include sugar cookies in the shape of tea bags or tea cups and bite-sized brownies or cupcakes.
To incorporate tea paraphernalia into a bridal theme, try using metal tea canisters to hold flowers instead of vases. Use vintage tea cups filled with a small potted plant as party favors.Learn more about Weddings