Sunday, December 04, 2011

Tea Parties with Tea Party Cookies

Post 4: In honor of National Cookie Cutter Week and all cookie holidays... 
Do you take cookies with your tea? Well here's a cheerful idea for a tea party.

Source: via Anne on Pinterest
Tea party lovers are always looking for wonderful ideas for a tea party and I think I found a cute idea to pass on. How about having a tea party with a tea party theme? I think young ladies and little girls would love taking tea with pretty tea party cookies don't you? Little cookies in the shape of tea cups and tea pots would be a delight to nibble on.

Let the tea party cookie cutters be the theme and serve some great tasting cookies with some great tasting hot tea. How about a Alice in Wonderland tea? You can even give cookie cutting as gifts to your guests too. Put on your best hat girls because we're having a ladies tea!

You can buy tea party cookie cutters at craft stores like Hobby Lobby or Michaels. You can also buy them online at, the website who provided this sweet picture above.

Amazon has a set includes 3 cutters (all 1 inch high): tea cup (3-1/2 wide, 2-1/2 top to bottom) cupcake (3-1/2 wide, 3-1/4 top to bottom) and tea pot (3-7/8 wide, 3 top to bottom). Roll-out cookie recipe included on back. Decorating instructions also on back. Have you ever hosted a tea party? Well here's a cheerful idea for a tea party theme.

Now this second pack from Amazon includes:
  • 5 tin cookie cutters, made in the USA
  • Each set comes in a sturdy box with the artwork of Ann Clark
  • Recipes for cookies and frosting included
  • Cutters include: teacup, teapot, heart, heart 'n hand and sunflower
  • Box size 12.75"L x 6.5"Hx1"D
A Tea Parties is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea but it's a good excuse for conversations about life, exchanging recipes, and sharing holiday ideas too. Formal tea parties are often characterized by the use of prestige utensils, such as bone china or silver. The table is made to look its prettiest, with cloth napkins and matching cups and plates. In addition to tea, larger parties may provide punch, or in cold weather, hot chocolate. The tea is accompanied by a variety of easily managed foods: thin tea sandwiches, such as cucumber or tomato, cake slices, buns or rolls, and cookies are all common.

1 comment:

Wenni Donna said...

Quite informative post on tea party and hope this will help me in arranging a dinner party with my friends. I am in search of one of finest Seattle venues and wish to find best venue. Hope to have a grand party with all my friends.


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