Making the dot garlands was crazy time-consuming, but in the end, it was so worth it to sit under a rainbow canopy with friends. We chose shades of pink, green and gold. There ended up not being very much gold though because glitter paper is really tough to punch through, and it was really starting to mess with my carpal tunnel. (Tip: if you are not as masochistic as I and don’t want to spend weeks punching and gluing down dots, you can buy these kinds of garlands online).
These flowers were from Jennifer. I’ve never seen the hexagonal green and purple flower in the middle before, but I like it. (Her mom is an amazing florist. Remember the flowers she did for Jennifer’s wedding?)
Another picture of the dot garlands. Because they took so, so long to make. And I just can’t let it go yet. But I’m almost there.
“Get teapsy” tea favors in the smallest mason jars I’ve ever seen.
We asked everyone to bring a tea cup for a tea cup swap. All the cups were wrapped on a table and people took turns going up and picking one to use during the party and to take home. I heard about this idea from my old boss and I totally stole it.