Vintage Valentine’s Day Tea Party

Vintage Valentine's Day Tea Party Tray with Tea

Love is in the air… Valentine’s Day is just another excuse for me to throw a party! My family and I gathered together on Valentine’s Day and I dreamed up the idea of a vintage Valentine’s Day tea party. It was kind of spur of the moment, but with the help of my sisters, we got to work finding unique props and creating decorations. From handmade banners to rustic props, this party is worth taking a look!

Vintage Valentine's Day Tea Party

A party wouldn’t be complete without family and friends to share in the fun! My kids, siblings and cousins all gathered around to enjoy each others company while sipping tea and eating yummy treats. We had fun creating memories together and enjoyed Valentine’s Day to the fullest! 

Vintage Valentine's Day Tea Party Tray with Tea

I can’t get over this rustic wooden tray! It just so happens that my mom has a stash of cute rustic decorations that she let us borrow for the party.  

Vintage Valentine's Day Tea Party Rolls & Sugar Cookies

We celebrated and ate tasty cinnamon rolls and sugar cookies. Pink sprinkles are so fun and perfect for Valentine’s Day! 

Paper Heart Banner for Tea Party

My sisters and I created this vintage heart banner to hang behind the table. We used construction paper and twine and the result was a simple and cute banner!

Vintage Valentine's Day Tea Party Tray

There you have it! This party just shows that you don’t need to spend a ton of money or go all out to throw a cute party! My family and I put on a spur of the moment Valentine’s Day Tea party using decorations we had and creating handmade banners. For more Valentine’s Day inspiration, be sure to check out my Valentine’s Day wall shelf decorating ideas. 

What are your favorite Valentine’s Day decorations? Let me know in the comments! Have a great week!signiture

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    Kaiesha Stewart
    January 8, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    The cinnamon rolls & cookies look amazing!

    http://www.kaieshastewart.com

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      Joy in the Commonplace
      January 8, 2018 at 9:17 pm

      Thanks so much Kaiesha! They were such a great treat to add to the tea party 🙂

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    Arielle Joy
    January 8, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    Those cookies look delicious!!

    Arielle @ http://www.LivingLifeWithJoy.com

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      Joy in the Commonplace
      January 9, 2018 at 2:25 am

      Thank you! I love making sugar cookies because they are so easy for the kids to help out with!

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