Today I’m so excited to share with you a pretty in pink vintage Valentine’s Day tea party as part of a vintage Valentine’s Day Blog hop!! ! If you are coming over from Adirondack Girl At Heart, welcome!
You can add your Valentine’s Day posts at the end of this post up until Valentine’s Day!! Also, a big thank you to Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home for arranging this blog hop!
For this tea party, I used my favorite tea pot – this Mackenzie Childs tea pot! I love the black and white check against the pink and green!
I gathered up my vintage tea cups for this tea party. The tea cup with the wreath is actually a chocolate cup – but I don’t care! Tea, chocolate… we can drink what we want from it! The cup is by Dresden.
The black plate on the bottom left is from Juliska and I love that it appears vintage – but it is microwave and dishwasher safe! (similar one here)
A Valentine’s day tea party would not complete without chocolates! These truffles I purchased solely because I loved the box! haha! The lace runner is antique – keeping with today’s vintage theme!
For the centerpiece I used an antique American brilliant cut glass pitcher. Want to know a secret?? The tulips here are actually faux tulips – great for using in cut glass vases because there are no water lines left over that are difficult to scrub out!
A tea party at Petite Haus would not be complete without macarons and madeleines! When I don’t feel like baking them, I buy the madeleines at Costco and the macarons at Trader Joe’s.
I realized that this little tea party is a great idea for bridal showers. Jordan almonds are in the little pink box below.
Carnations are such a pretty flower with a fresh scent. They last a long time too – great budget option for flowers. I love using vintage tea cups as vases – also a great idea for bridal showers.
One last look at my little tea party. The little pink plate is vintage Limoges. Okay, enough pictures! It’s time to eat!
You can check out my Valentine’s Table from last year here.