Children's tea party invitation sayings

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Children's tea party invitation sayings
Come up with some enjoyable tea party invitation sayings for your child's party. (cup of golden tea and cakes for teatime image by Maria Brzostowska from

If you are creating invitations for your child's tea party, it is important to strike a balance between humour, theme and information. For instance, if you make the invitation full of jokes but light on information, you may end up with guests not sure where or how to attend. Create a warm invitation with some enjoyable and informative sayings that will have your guests itching to send their RSVP.

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Tea Puns

Use some silly tea puns to get your child's tea party guests in the brewing mood. Make the invitation filled with jokes like "I'm boiling over with excitement for you to come," "Would you like one lump or two lumps of fun" or "this party is really heating up." Another pun is to list "tea time" as the time the party starts as a pun on the golfing "tee time."

Alice in Wonderland

One of the most famous animated tea parties in memory is the "Alice in Wonderland" tea party from the movie. Include some "Alice in Wonderland" phrases on the card like "To be on time like the White Rabbit, please arrive at (this time)," "An invitation from the Queen to the Duchess. Croquet will begin promptly at 11 a.m." or "Please visit us in Wonderland for a fabulous tea party." The invitation can include a playing card or pictures of the Mad Hatter to fully embrace the theme.

Tea Songs and Rhymes

There are several quotes that you can use from famous songs or rhymes for your invitation. For example, you can use the famous song "I'm a Little Teapot" and can have the children sing the song during the party. Another quote comes from the nursery rhyme "Coffee and Tea" which goes "Molly, my sister and I fell out, and what do you think it was all about? She loved coffee and I loved tea, and that was the reason we couldn't agree."

Simple Phrases

Convey the theme of the party by including simple phrases that indicate you will host a tea party. Something as simple as "we're having a tea party," "Melissa's tea party" or even "come for your favourite tea" works well. If the party is for small children, you may want to suggest that they bring their favourite stuffed animal or friend as a guest to accompany them.

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