This second birthday party was one of our favorite color schemes of the year. We used mint green, pink, and gold to create a tea party themed birthday. We loved the outdoor patio area and the wood backdrop for this party. We used paper fans, doilies and gold letters to create a simple backdrop decoration with the birthday girl’s name. For table decor we used mint colored suitcases, a gold glitter “2”, tea cups and flowers and white picket fences to enhance the theme. Pink and gold balloons on the table sides added the perfect color addition. Another favorite feature is the mint, pink and gold tissue paper garland we placed on the front of the table. Paper lanterns at the front of the table were also a nice touch of color for the display. Here is a closer look at the sugar cookies. Tea pots and cups with little delicate hearts – adorable! Below you will see our favorite creation – sugar cookies sandwiched with buttercream with fondant flowers on top. Dainty perfection! Here is an overview of the party set up. You will notice the children’s table as well as the adult table seating. To the right you will see a “bubble station” we set up for the party attendees. The kids had a blast with the bubble station. Here is a closer look at the ceiling decor – lace parasols and various paper and tissue lanterns hung at different heights were a great addition to the party. The adults were seated at a table with a mint runner and tea cup centerpieces. We had 2 types of centerpieces – one for the adults and another for the children’s table. The adult’s table had a teacup filled with fresh flowers and we also did the middle teacup with a photo of the birthday girl for an added personalized touch. Here is the centerpiece for the kid’s table. We wanted to use a nonbreakable option that fit well with the theme. We LOVE these adorable favor bags that are perfect for the tea party theme! We used doilies to add a dainty feel to the favor bags. We also coordinated some activities for the kids. We had a bubble station, pin the tea cup on the saucer, ring toss and a tea party themed bean bag toss. The kids had a great time playing these games. We hope that you have enjoyed looking at the photos from our Tea Party! We just love the color combinations and the delicateness of the decor and desserts. This was certainly one of our favorites!