A tea party can be considered a very feminine event that allows your guests to be surrounded in a Victorian style setting and chic style. Small bite sizes snacks and biscuits can reminisce the British gentry. This is a great theme style to do for girls birthdays, bridal showers, or even baby showers. The following compilation of tea party invitation wording ideas are selected below to help inspire your own message and personalization for your event.
[host name] requests the honor of your company for afternoon tea to celebrate [name] birthday the [date] from [time] to [time] at [address]. Please RSVP no later than [date].
[host name] would like to extend her cordial invitation to a [theme] Tea Party. [day of week], [date] at [time] in the afternoon. Hosted at her home [address]. Fine teas will be brewed and delicate finger sandwiches shall be enjoyed. Casual dress. Please bring your favorite teacup to the party. Regrets, please call [number].
[organization name] invites you and a guest to attend a Holiday High Tea with the [name]. [day of week], [date and time].
Hickory Dickory Dock, put on a frilly frock. We will have cookies and tea for its six she will be… Join us for [name] 6th Birthday Tea. [day of week], [date, time, address]. Can’t have a cup of tea? Call [number].
It’s a Tea Party. [name] is turning four, and there is nothing she wants more than to celebrate her birthday with her friends, so put on your hat & heels and let the party begin. [day of week], [date, location, and address]. Please reply to [name] by [date and number].
Much more than just tea at our special Sip & See honoring our mom-to-be [name], [day of week], [date] at [time]. Lunch at [time]. Festivities at [time]. [address].
Please join us for a Bridal Shower Tea [day of week], [date] at [time] in the evening. Celebrate with our elegant bride-to-be over tea and crumpets. Cocktail attire. Hosted by the Maid of Honor, [name]. RSVP by [date].
Please join us for an afternoon tea in honor of our niece, [name] on [day of week], the [date] of [month] at [time] in the afternoon. [location and address].
The [organization name] requests the pleasure of your company for tea & crumpets on [day of week], [date] at [time]. [location and address].
The table is set for a Tea Party honoring [name] given by her bridesmaids [day of week], [date] Tea at [time]. Lunch at [time]. [location and address].
You are cordially invited to join us for afternoon tea to celebrate [name] birthday [day of week, date] at [location] from [time] to [time]. RSVP to [name] at [number] by [date].
You are invited to a Garden Luncheon for [name] on [date] at [time]. [location, address]. Please RSVP by [date] to [name].
You are invited to a Lavender tea party. A lovely thyme and lavender quiche will be served. Please wear your prettiest lavender colored clothes. [date, time, location, RSVP].
The below infographic provides some interesting statistics about tea time in the United States. More than 85% of tea consumers in America is cold. More than 85% of Americans consumer black tea with another 14% drinking green tea. Tea is offered in more than 6 varieties all differing only on how the leaves are processed. This and more important facts about tea are listed in the following infographic.
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