In our opinion, the fastest way to transform a room is with paper decorations. Decide on your colour scheme – we chose soft pinks with bright pops of colour – and find the party poms to match. You can hang paper decorations from just about anywhere; we love to pin them at different heights from the ceiling to keep things playful. If you’d rather not brave the step ladder, try securing your decorations to the backs of chairs or placing them at the sides of a room.



A tea party isn’t a tea party without copious amounts of cake. However, for those among us with a sweet tooth, it doesn’t have to stop with a Victoria sponge. Put on a spread to make Willy Wonka jealous. We used some of our cake topper and cupcake decorations to add some fun finishing touches to them.



Remember, finishing touches really do count. We’ve used this beautiful Liberty range party range and added some confetti and party hats to add a playful touch to celebrations.



And remember, any excuse is a good excuse to get together with some friends over tea and cake.

By Natalia, Little Lulubel

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