This styled shoot is full of chic, sophisticated afternoon tea bachelorette party ideas. So if you’re looking for an alternative to a wild night out on the town filled with tacky props, keep reading! Afternoon Tea Bachelorette Parties are a great way to include older generations in your celebrations. Friends and family that can’t (for whatever reason) go away for the weekend on your hen-do or bachelorette party. Or just an excuse to get your best friends and bride tribe together to celebrate your friendship and the next chapter in your life.
Having a dress code at parties always makes them so much more fun. I love planning outfits, chatting to friends about what they’re going wear, getting ready and arriving to see what everyone else is wearing too. For me, it’s often the part I enjoy most! If you’re setting a dress code, don’t be too strict. You don’t want to limit people’s creativity and options! I love the stylish sequin skirts teamed with a simple white crop-top to create a look that’s classy, chic and perfect for an afternoon tea bachelorette party!
It may be afternoon tea, but it’s also a bachelorette party so why not pop open a few bottles of champagne! How pretty are the flower-filled ice cubes?! – Just make sure they’re edible flowers.
Raise a Glass!
Cupcakes & Cake Pops
What afternoon tea party would be complete without cheese boards, cupcakes and cake pops?! Not only delicious but they look so pretty too! All the sweet treats were baked by the extremely talented Diana from To Di For – a fab husband and wife team from Madison, Wisconsin.
Make a Toast!
I’m such a soppy, sentimental person when it comes to my friends. They are some of the most important people in my life, and we have the best times and laugh the most when we’re together. Make sure to take some time out during your bachelorette party to make a toast, share the love and relive old memories together.
This is the time to share all those awkward, embarrassing or even risqué moments in the company of good friends, rather than at the top table during the wedding reception.
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