This gorgeous shabby chic tea party was quite an exclusive birthday party! It had a guest list of two: the birthday girl and her mom, Aracely. Having an elaborate tea for two was a lovely alternative to a traditional birthday party – one that was very special for both mom and daughter.

Vintage Tea Party for a little girl's birthday

Mom Aracely says, “I set up a tea table and other sweet stations under the trees so my daughter and I could enjoy some quality mommy and me time. I used a variety of cake stands, teacups, teapots, dessert plates, milk glass vases and compotes (all from my Minted and Vintage collection of rentals) to display the yummy desserts. The party was kept child sized, from the teacups and white chiavari chairs to the mini cakes and cupcakes. My 2-year-old loved that everything was within reach and just her size! The tea party is such a sweet memory, especially after having a big first birthday celebration, as it allowed me to spend quality time with my girl (and her favorite dolls) and give her all of my undivided attention.”

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Just gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing your daughter’s party with us, Aracely! : )

Photography – Sienna Rose Photography
Cake stands, dessert plates, child teacups, teapots, vintage glassware, vintage milk glass vases, antique tea cart, styling, and florals – Minted and Vintage
Iron stair stand, dollhouse bookcase, vintage window panes, small white side table – This & That Vintage Rentals
Mini cupcakes, mini cheesecakes – The Sunday Sweet
French macarons – Le Pop Shop
Coconut delight, classic chocolate brigadeiros – Simply Brigadeiros
Iced cakes, meringues, mini rose cakes – Lucky Treats
Cake pops – Melrose Baking & Party Décor
Pink striped paper straws, light pink and white polka dot favor boxes, pink and white polka dot paper baking cups – The Tomkat Studio
Banquet table and chiavari chairs – Baker Party Rentals
Tea party dress & bow headband – Aracely Baltodano


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  1. 1
    Thursday, February 6th, 2014 at 10:10 am
    Christa Ngo says:
    O M G...Heather, such a beautiful set! I love it all!!!
    • 1.1
      Friday, February 7th, 2014 at 10:34 am
      Heather says:
      Thank you, Christa! I'm so glad you like it! : )
  2. 2
    Sunday, August 30th, 2015 at 3:01 pm
    Wendy says:
    Hi! Was looking at the mom and me tea party and the pix are adorable. There's a pix where the cake pops are stick first in a white dish. How did you get them to stand up? What did you use to prop them?
    • 2.1
      Sunday, August 30th, 2015 at 6:15 pm
      Heather says:
      It looks to me like they're in sugar. To be really stable you'd want to put a styrofoam block in the dish, cover it with sugar, then put the pops in. Hope this helps!
  3. 3
    Monday, March 28th, 2016 at 2:38 pm
    Alexis says:
    I'd love to collab on our flowerGirl Tea Parties we are hosting in our boutiques for our flowergirls;-)