Sorelle Isabella Heart 4-piece Porcelain Tea SetWhether you're celebrating the Royal Wedding or simply enjoying the company of good friends, these unique Tea Party tips from Sorelle will help create an event fit for the queen.
Here are some things to keep in mind when planning your tea party:
When Exactly is Tea Time?
"To a Little Princess…it's always tea-time…"-Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Traditionally, afternoon tea or "low tea" is served around 3pm with a pre-dinner snack, such as bread and butter, scones or petit fours. High Tea is served around 6pm with heavier foods, such as finger sandwiches, cakes and small pastries. High Tea is known to sometimes replace dinner, so prepare food enough for an evening meal, not dinner, but substantial finger foods.
Pay Attention to Presentation
Use linens! Linen napkins are a Sorelle Tea-Time signature. Display your tea pot surrounded with a dish of assorted tea bags and a plate of cookies or sandwiches. Your tea pot will be the focal point of your tableRead More »from How to Throw a Royal Wedding Tea Party with Style