Your elegant Christmas tea
Everyone should have at least one elegant Holiday tea each year.
It’s a wonderful opportunity to create magical Christmas memories that last throughout your life.
Be sure to try a holiday teaparty at a fashionable hotel with your friends and family.
This is also a great choice if you need wheelchair access.
Or if you want to host your teaparty at home, here are some ideas:
Weekend afternoons are usually more open.
A larger group could be a housewarming buffet, family reunion, or a charity/fundraising event.
Use holiday accents like ornaments or metallic ribbon to create focal points.
Remember, all parties become more elegant with candles (safely displayed) and gentle Christmas music.
Your color choices should coordinate with your holiday china set or focus on your unique mix-and-match approach. Are you using glass accents?
Make sure you show off your new glass teapot.
White teapots always work, but this is a great time of year for that green or red teapot.
Does anyone have food allergies?
If you’re not sure, it’s best to ask people before the party so you can have several choices available for everyone.
Will you serve scones?
Are all your guests confirmed tea-drinkers?
Some people still prefer black varieties with lemon or milk and sugar.
People just entering the world of tea will probably like to try flavored green teas like orange spice green or green chai (yes, that means several teapots–but you already have those, don’t you?).
Your best choice is a small gift bag, box, or basket of tea samples and scones from your party.
Later, having a cup of your holiday tea will bring back all the warm memories.
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