5 Ways to Get This Look Valentine Tea collage

As you know, I’ve got a little girl named Kayla. When I spotted this Valentine Tea Party by Hostess With the Mostess, I couldn’t help but think of her. Kayla and her girlfriends would be delighted with a “fancy party” like this one!

A Valentines Tea Party is a wonderful way to show the little ones in your life just how much they mean to you. It’s a great opportunity to spend quality time together, make memories, and have some fun. The decorations, such as the heart-shaped garlands and paper roses, would create a festive and playful atmosphere, perfect for young girls to enjoy. They would love it so much!

Can’t you just imagine little girls in their ruffly dress-up clothes sipping punch from those cute striped straws?  I sure can!

Valentine Tea Collage
Valentine Tea Collage

Even if you don’t have any little girls to plan a fancy tea party for, an event styled like this would be just as much fun for a baby or bridal shower.

It would be especially fun to invite your grown-up girlfriends over for a Valentine tea, just to show them how much you appreciate their friendship.

5 Ways to Get This Look Valentine Tea collage

So many of the elements of this party are DIY-able. I picked five and found tutorials for them.  Enjoy!

Valentine Tea Look For Less Ideas

5 Ways to Get This Look: Valentine Tea

Are you ready to host a charming and cozy Valentine Tea party for your loved ones? Let’s go through 5 easy ways to create the perfect Valentine Tea party ambiance.

Get ready to set the scene for a memorable and heart-warming celebration with the people you care about the most.

1.  Paper Roses

DIY network paper rose tutorial

If you don’t want to spend your pennies on flowers that will fade, try making them from paper, following this tutorial from DIY Network, which shows you how to make flowers with stems for vases and clips for hair.

Awesome favors!  It looks like that’s exactly the plan in the party pictures above.

If you want something a little smaller, check out my tutorial for glam hair accessories.

2.  Faux Milk Glass Vases

Carolyn's Homework faux milk glass tutorial

Homework has a fantastic way to get the look of classic milk glass vases with plain glass from the thrift shop.

Can you tell this isn’t the real deal?

3.  Pretty Paper Pinwheels

Juggling Act valentine pinwheel tutorial
Juggling Act valentine pinwheel tutorial

Pinwheels are a simple decor staple. Juggling Act Mama shares easy to follow directions to make them in time for Valentine’s Day.

4.  Rose Frosted Cupcakes

Created By Diane frosted rose on cupcake tutorial

Cupcakes are easy to make and can be made to look really elegant.  For this party, I love the idea of frosted roses to top the cupcakes, and that’s easier to achieve than you’d imagine, thanks to these instructions from Created By Diane.

5.  Mini Milk Bottles

Pen n Paper Flowers etched frappucino bottes

You might already know that you can turn Starbuck’s frappucino bottles into adorable mini milk bottles. For some added fun, check out how Pen ‘n Paperflowers put etched monograms on hers.

More Valentines Ideas for Your Party

Are you planning any special celebrations for Valentine’s Day?

If you were to create a classic tea party for your girlfriends, are there any special foods you would serve?

Looking for a more adult drink idea?  Try this Applesauce Fireball Drink.

Maybe a wreath decoration? Check out this Pottery Barn Inspired Valentines Day Wreath.

Or this DIY Valentines Countdown Calendar.

If you have some special tea party recipes, feel free to share them in the comments–I’d love to know about them!

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