Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes…
Spring is around the corner and the perfect time to be thinking about a tea party for your little girl. I just adore this theme…the lace, fresh flowers, scrumptious tiny treats served on gorgeous tableware.
This theme is a beautiful chance to decorate with lots of pretty things! If you prefer to HIRE some tableware, check the end of this post for some tea party hire companies!
For help or inspiration for the tea party you are planning please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about my Custom Online party styling services which you can read about here.
To set the scene here are some sweet invitations and printable selections:
Tea Party Invitations - The Little Humbug
Style Me Gorgeous tea party printables - Sweet Little Birdy
Tea Party printables - The Candy Tree
Vintage Chic Party Suite printables - My Little Jedi
Ava's Tea Party invitation - Belle and Boo
Decorations for this party are perfect for being used afterward in your daughters bedroom or for future girly theme parties, which make them worth the extra money you spend on them. These shabby chic and floral buntings could be used many times over!
Shabby Chic Floral Fabric Bunting - Twiggi
Shabby chic bunting - Canterbury Belle
Utterly Scrumptious Paper bunting - Lark
A few other delightful options:
Truly Scrumptious Rosebud bunting - P is for Party
Kitty Bunting vintage doily banner - Domum Vendemia
Tea Party Cupcake bunting - Oh My Giddy Aunt
Pink polka dot bunting - Pink Frosting
These fabric chains would look so lovely dangling around your tea party area with its pretty pattern. It’s a unique decoration that your little girl is sure to want in her bedroom afterward!
Fabric Chain - Linkits
Could lantern’s get any more sweeter than this?
Ruby Rose Floral Lantern - Pink Frosting
Love the lace look of this lantern:
Pink eyelet lantern - Occasion by Design
This white paper sunburst would look gorgeous contrasted with pink:
White rice paper sunburst - I Love Parties
If your tea party setting is outdoors these hanging lanterns would really dress up the garden:
Hanging etched lantern - Emerald + Ella
For a really personal touch, these custom made fabric lanterns by Whimsy Petite Styling would look just darling for a tea party!
Custom Made Lantern - Whimsy Petite Styling
Also adore this custom made party hat also by Whimsy Petite Styling! I saw both these items in a recent feature of a tea party by Whimsy Petite Styling and thought they were just beautiful and love that they can be custom made to work in with the fabrics you are using for your tea party! Watch out for an upcoming blog post featuring this tea party and a SPECIAL OFFER for all of you!
Custom Styled Party Hat - Whimsy Petite Styling
One of the beautiful features at a tea party is the table! So for your table here are a few choices of fabric and paper tablecloth and table runner options which will keep your table looking charming but within budget:
Cath Kidston cotton cut roses tablecloth - Lark
Classic bridal shower table cloth - Pink Frosting
Truly Scrumptious tablecloth - P is for Party
Cream flower tablerunner - Champagne Creations
Rich cream lace tablerunner - My French Bazzaar
Garden Tea Fabric Party Table Runner - I Love Parties
Pink Cotton tablerunner with lace trim - I Love Parties
Shabby Chic Pink Hipp floral paper table runner - Le Petite Party
Shabby Chic Floral blue paper table runner - Le Petite Party
Pink Floral table runner - Le Petite Party
A tea party is a great excuse for you to buy some gorgeous teaware (although if you wish to hire instead, check out the end of this post)! Depending on the age of your little one’s they could use them to drink some refreshments, or you could use them mainly for decoration or as a take home gift with some sweets wrapped inside. You could pile pretty tea cups on top of each other or lay out a full tea set for a beautiful tea party centerpiece. Here is a selection to inspire you!
Pink tea cup - Raw Space
Gold Trim tea set - Oriental Tea House
Floral Complete tea set - Oriental Teahouse
Ice White Tea Ware - Sweet Little Birdy
Tea Set - Carousel Boutique
Christina Re tea cups - Christina Re
Robert Gordon Alice tea cup - Robert Gordon Australia
Oversized tea cup and saucer - Pretty in Pink
Sweet Dreams Jumbo Cup Mango - T2
Afternoon tea cup green - T2
Liberty Tea Cup & Saucer - Sweet Little Birdy
Franz butterfly teapot - Peters of Kensington
Royal Doulton Signature Platinum teapot - Peters of Kensington
Teapot - Robert Gordon Australia
White wire teapot - Somethings Country
These are some cute options which the little one’s can safely drink out of, and which double as a lovely gift for the birthday girl too:
Tin tea set - Ministyle
This set comes with this pink cardboard suitcase which also provides a styling idea.
50's style tin tea set - Cradle rock
You could use these white vintage suitcases to display an elegant tea set:
White vintage suitcases - The Owl & the Pussycat
A few more options the little one’s will love:
Polka Dot tea set - Bootique Baby
Ikea 10 piece coffee/tea set - Ikea
Here are some more unbreakable choices for tableware, perfect for little hands. Just because they are paper doesn’t mean they can’t look pretty!
Truly Scrumptious Paper plates - Lark
Pink Rectangle Plate - Mon Tresor
Pink Polka dot plates - Mon Tresor
Classic Bridal paper cups - Pink Frosting
Truly Scrumptious Napkins - P is for Party
Cath Kidston Napkins - Lark
Doilies are so sweet to use at a tea party to decorate a table:
Truly Scrumptious Doilies - P is for Party
Gold Doilie - The Little Big Company
Also love this idea of doily placecards:
Doily Placecard idea - Amour Amour
You could recreate the effect with these plain white doilies:
Paper Doily - Koko Vanilla Designs
Nothing says tea party like tiered cake stands! They give such height to a table setting and really display the treats in an irresistible manner!
Cath Kidston Spray flower cake stand - Lark
Robert Gordon 2 Tier Cake Stand - Twiggi
2 Tier Metal Stand - Sweet Little Birdy
Ruffles on a cake stand? Yes please!
3 Tier Pewter Ruffle Cake Stand - Mon Tresor
These are some great options if you prefer a simple and elegant look which you can work into many different party themes:
Square high tea 3 tier stand - Little Sooti
Alimrose tea party stand - Little Betsy Baker
And an unbreakable option for those little one’s who still want a tea party but may not be ready for the real crockery:
Truly Scrumptious Cardboard Cake Stand - P is for Party
Besides tiered cake stands you can also fill your table with other lovely tableware for serving your delicacies:
Square Liberty plate - Sweet Little Birdy
Hobnail cake stand 15 cm - Sweet Style
Hobnail Compote Pink - Sweet Style
These mini cakestands are just so adorable!
Petite Treat Mini Cakestand - Sweet Style
Hello Hanna Sweet Stands - Lovely Little Parties
Wrap some delicate paper or tie some lace or ribbon around these cones and use them to serve all sorts of treats:
White paper snow cone - Mon Tresor
Lovely baking cups for your cupcakes and muffins:
Liberty Patty Cups - Twiggi
Pink Baroque Cupcake wrapper - Complete Party Boxes
Floral Cupcake Wrappers - Hard to Find
For your main birthday cake, these cake stands are so fitting for a gorgeous tea party and will ensure your cake stands out amongst all the other beautiful tableware that is being used on the day:
Harriet Cake Stand - Sharnel Dollar Designs
Pink Cake Stand - Sharnel Dollar Designs
Pearl Edge Cake Stand - Sharnel Dollar Designs
Provincial Style Cake Stand - Vintage Glamour
A cute cake bunting to dress up a simple cake:
Cake Bunting - Raspberry Lime Paperie
Now for some extra special touches for this pretty tea party!
Having a tea party doesn’t mean the little one’s have to drink tea! They could drink an assortment of juices, punches and lemonade. However if they do want to experience a bit of the tea experience, then I love this “She-Tea” junior blend made especially for the little one’s with a natural fruit infusion! It naturally caffeine-free, contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives, and has no added sugar. These would also make a great take home gift:
Junior She-Tea - Lark
A sweet tray to serve drinks from, or to display a tea setting:
White wire tray - Sweet Little Birdy
Tall candle holders look great on a tea party table and these off white holders would work well with some pink or green candles:
Off white candle holders - Funky Bunches
Some special ideas for labeling of your sweets, treats, drinks etc:
Wooden mini blackboard clips - Occasion by Design
Teacup Cardholder - Robert Gordon Australia
Just to make your food look even more irresistible are these food flags to sit on your canapes!
Truly Scrumptious Canape Flags - P is for Party
A gorgeous tea bag box you could use to serve sweets/lollies in, cutlery or just for decoration:
Manifique Tea bag box - Lifestyle Ensemble
This collection of wooden serving trays have lovely fabric patterns on them which really dress them up. This is one of many designs they have available:
Josie's Damask in watermelon serving tray - The Owl & the Elephant
If you are having a candy buffet then this glass teapot would work well in carrying the tea party theme through:
Small glass teapot - Sweet Little Birdy
To add a bit of a garden touch, these grass placemats can be used for centerpieces, a base for a tea set display or as lovely placemats on the table:
Grass Placement - Piece of Cake Parties & Celebrations
Such a beautiful menu card holder which could be set up to display a menu of the food being served, or a welcome or birthday message:
Menu card holder - Parisian Influence
Lovely vintage teaspoons for the little one’s to use or take home:
Vintage Tea Party Spoons - Twiggi
Fresh flowers are a must for a tea party! You could display them in pretty floral bowls, coloured glass vases or for a unique look I love this vintage style bottle to hold one or two stems in. A few of these along your table would look divine:
Vintage Style Apothecary Bottle - I Love Parties
For a pretty unbreakable vase option, this teapot vase (which has a waterproof base) would look so cute on your table!:
Utterly Scrumptious Teapot Vase - Little Sooti
An absolutely gorgeous tea cart which would make a stunning feature at the tea party, and could be used to serve food/drink from as well. It would make a lovely item in your garden for after the party as well:
Tea Cart in metal - Lily Chic Events
These captivating umbrella’s and parasol’s would dress up the tea party area and could even be hung upside down for a unique decoration. I’m sure the girls will love playing with them too!
Umbrella Frou Frou French Vanilla - Lily Chic Events
Belle pink lace parasol - Baby Showers Australia
A lovely garden parasol which you could keep permanently in your garden:
Pink polkadot garden parasol - Brown Paper Packages
This delicate birdcage would really compliment an outdoor teaparty setting!
Bird Cage - Lifestyle Ensemble
Another “wow” factor piece is this pink chandelier. It is just stunning and would look amazing in your home afterward, ensuring that this splurge is well worth it:
Pink Chandelier - Ministyle
These picnic blankets from Amelie’s Room are handmade of quality fabrics. A new range is coming in August and they would be perfect for a tea party setting laid out on the lawn:
Plaza Picnic blanket - Amelies Room
These sweet prints would look lovely in your party area!
Keep calm & drink tea print - Mulberry Muse
Personalised tea set picture - Kids Interior Design
A delightful table setting for your little girl which you could use on the day of the party for her and her friends or to just set up a lovely tea-setting for decoration:
White timber table setting - Bambino Home
At the end of this divine party here are a few ways the little one’s can take home a bundle of prettiness!
These floral fans are sure to be loved by the little one’s at the party and make a great take home gift:
Ruby Rose paper fan - Little Curl
What girl wouldn’t love a ribbon wand to twirl and dance around with! An enchanting gift that the girls could play with at the party as well:
Tutu and Twirl Ribbon Wand - Pinwheels & Pearls
Or how about these exquisite flower wands? Perfect for a floral tea party:
Felt Flower ribbon wand - Pinwheels and Pearls
For favour packaging I love these ideas for the little one’s to take home a sweet treat in:
Pink lace bags - Emerald + Ella
These gorgeous tapes can be used to pretty up any packaging:
White lace tape - Emerald + Ella
Floral Tape - Emerald + Ella
Or for the genuine lace look you could use these on your packaging as well as on glass drink bottles etc:
Lace Ribbon - Amazing Paper
Other delightful items for the guests to carry something enjoyable home in:
White Treat Box - Candy Soirees
Linen Drawstring pouch - Pink Frosting
Pink Cupcake Tote Box - Mon Tresor
Finally just when you didn’t think there could be any more prettiness coming your way, here is some inspiration for a special outfit for the birthday girl to wear on the day of her Tea Party. I adore the collections by Sydney based Tea Princess – beautiful lace, frills, pastel colours and sweet embellishments. Their range does sell out quite quickly however here are a few pieces of their collection still available in some sizes from their stockists. Keep an eye on their website for their Summer range!
Tea Princess dress with Battenberg Lace in Dusty Mushroom Pink - Latoriana
Tea Princess Sky Pink Smock Dress - Sweet Thing
Tea Princess Bow Chic Babydoll Dress - Sweet Thing
Hopefully you have found some gorgeous inspiration for this delicate theme and remember to keep your eye out for our real Tea Party feature for some extra ideas and a special offer for all of you.
If you love the idea of having all sorts of beautiful tableware for the tea party, but prefer to HIRE it for this one off occasion, here are some lovely suppliers I found of tea partyware and/or tea party styling so you can still have a gorgeous tea party but won’t be left with items you don’t think you’ll be needing again.
Perth – Antiquitea
Melbourne – A Vintage Affair
Greater Brisbane –
Whimsy Petite Styling
Chocolate 2 Chilli
Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Toowoomba + Northern NSW – Hummingbird Vintage
Adelaide – High Tea at yours
Central Coast, Northern Sydney, Newcastle – Vintage Tea Time
Sydney – The Vintage Kitchen
Unfortunately I could not find these services in Canberra, Tasmania or the Northern Territory but if you know of any places please let me know and I will add them to this list!
I hope your little girl enjoys being celebrated through this pretty theme!
A classic boy theme which so many little men seem to love at some stage of their childhood! It’s cute & boyish at the same time with lots of red, yellow and black & can also feature orange and blue. Tin & metal elements could also work into this theme and you could choose to go modern or vintage.
Key images you could work into your decor are fire engines, fire hydrants, fire helmets, whistles, torches, ladders, firefighters, fire alarm bell, hoses, dalmatians, sirens…just to get you started!
I hope these ideas will either contribute to your party planning or inspire you with some ideas!
Starting off with some modern and vintage printables, they really show off how different colour combination’s could work for this party:
Fire Truck printable - Style Me Gorgeous
Vintage Firetruck invitation - TomKat Studio
Vintage fire truck invite - Mon Tresor
Old Red Firetruck invitation - Paper and Pigtails
Onto your main table & decorations and I love the idea of using this brick backdrop behind the dessert table for a traditional fire station look:
Brick wall backdrop- The Party People
I honestly was in awe when I saw this vintage fire engine bunting! The images look so detailed and this would be a stand out in a party space:
Vintage Fire engine bunting - Collecting Feathers
For another great fire theme effect, try out these these string ball lights:
Red string ball lights - Mini Style
A cute garland which can be hung horizontally or vertically with a great colour combination of red, blue and yellow:
Paper garland, red, yellow, blue - The Princess & the Pirate
Paper chains are making a comeback and this red and white combo would be a cool addition to your decorations:
Red dot paper chain - The Little Big Company
These quality fabric buntings in vibrant colours would also make a great feature:
Liberty Smart garland - Little Sooti
Boo smart garland - Lovely Little Parties
These other hanging decoration options would really bring out the colours you have chosen and brighten your party space for a fire engine theme:
Honeycomb paper ball - Mon Tresor
Teal paper fan - Mon Tresor
Black Paper Lantern (Also available in orange) - The Little Big Company
Red tissue pom pom - Ah-Tissue
For the table setting I have chosen items for various colour schemes so depending on your invitations etc you can find some complimentary table decor. Make sure you also have a look at some of our other party themes where we have also featured red and yellow tableware items.
If you like any of the below designs you should be able to find matching plates/cups/napkins to go with them:
Blue white stripe table runner - Le Petit Party
Tablerunner red stars - The Party Parlour
Polka Dot Table runner - Le Petite Party
Black/White stripe Table runner - The Party Parlour
Red polka dot plates - Little Sooti
Party plates, red, aqua,white spot - Details, details
Red and white square plate - Mon Tresor
Polka dot black and white cups - The Party Parlour
Candy stripe cup - The Party Parlour
Orange spot napkins - The Party Parlour
Black tie napkins - Twiggi
Red star napkins - Twiggi
How “wow” are these mason jars with daisy cut lids? I think the metal lid would work in well with the fire engine theme. The below image is from an overseas website that does offer international shipping however you can find these in Australia from Ruby Ju. Combine them with a cool straw and wrap some twine around them for a unique look:
Mason Jar with straw - Magpie Paperworks
Charcoal Twine - Tout Mon Amour
Blue, red and white stripe straws - Sharnel Dollar Designs
Black & White stripe straws - Sharnel Dollar Designs
Orange stripe paper straws - Sharnel Dollar Designs
These chalk labels would look great for a fire engine theme to create a charcoal look. Use them to label your candy jars, drink bottles or even on your party favour packaging:
Rectangle chalkable labels - Little Sooti
Continue the charcoal effect through the use of these chalkboard placements on your table:
Chalkboard Placemat - The Princess and the Pirate
You could also pop one of the placemats on an easel and use it as a welcome sign to the party or a happy birthday message to the special boy:
Black easel picture holder - Ruby Maine
These tin buckets are so versatile and great for decoration or for holding cutlery or treats. Tie some ribbon around them or use a chalkboard label to top them off:
Bucket 12 cm Burgundy - Lily Chic Events
To incorporate more metal elements, these cute silver plated vases could be used in a myraid of ways!
10cm Silver plated cup vases - The Little Big Company
For a splash of red, this jar is sweet for a lolly buffet!
Jar Montana with red lid - The Bay Tree
Or for a more vintage feel, this rustic jar would look fantastic!
Vanders Rustic Lidded Jar - 1825 Interiors
A few other bright ways to present your sweet or savoury dishes:
Red polka dot bowl - Lark
Red plastic food basket - Mon Tresor
To dress up your cupcakes and tie them into your theme, here’s some cute cupcake decor to make sure your cupcakes don’t just drift into the background!
Fire fighter cupcake decorations - Cupcake City
Fireman cupcake toppers - Giggles Cupcake Toppers
Red Muffin Cups - Cupcake House
Cupcake tower baby blue spot - The Party Parlour
Black and white stripe cupcake stand - Mon Tresor
Isn’t this stand amazing? It could be used to house other treats as well, and again great for bringing the metal element into your party:
3 Tier silver plated trays - The Little Big Company
These bright baking cups wrappers are great even to be filled with caramel popcorn, lollies or other goodies:
Paper Eskimo baking cups black and white - Piece of Cake Parties & Celebrations
Paper Eskimo Baking Cups Red stars - Piece of Cake Parties & Celebrations
Paper Eskimo Baking Cups Blue Stripe - Piece of Cake Parties & Celebrations
For your main cake, this wire cake stand will look fantastic if you are using blue in your theme. The wire effect will work well with other metal elements too:
Wire cake stand, french blue - Little Sooti
Or for a bold statement this black cake stand is really something!
Rococo Noir Round Cake Stand - Little Sooti
Such a lovely cake bunting! It also comes in a cream/red colour scheme as well and can be personalised:
Twirling Betty handmade cake bunting - The Little Big Company
Try these 11cm long candles for a stand out effect!
11cm long red polka dot candles - The Party Parlour
For other goodies this cookie cutter set means you can create an array of designs to match this theme:
Fireman cookie cutter set - Sweet Themes
And a few other sweet treats to keep the little firefighters happy!
Orange and yellow swirly big lollipop - The Little Big Company
Strawberry swizzle stick - The Little Big Company
Orange Swizzle Stick - The Little Big Company
Toffee Apples are a unique treat and the deep red would look great with this theme. Love these Designer Toffee Apples which make delicious favours:
Toffee Apples - Designer Toffee Apples
Here are a few other little decor touches for this vibrant and cute party theme:
How stunning is this bright amber colour ? Definitely not a bowl you’d want to put away after the party!
Crackle bowl in Amber - Dusk
Some lovely wall decor:
Fire engine canvas - Oulike Kids Decor
Wooden fire engine wall motifs - Stix and Stones
This sweet toy storage basket is great for the birthday boy and could be used on the party day as a place to keep the birthday gifts, for you to keep items in for party games etc:
Fire engine storage basket - Oulike Kids Decor
For a unique prop this fire helmet would really set the scene for a vintage inspired Fire engine theme. Although it is a bit of a splurge so it depends on your budget and whether it would work into your home decor afterwards:
Fire Helmet - Mantorque
A cute fire bell decoration:
Fire bell alarm clock - Gifts Australia
Your little man may love to dress up in this smart costume and these firefighter gumboots which he can wear on a rainy day but will make authentic decor on the day of the party:
Fireman costume - Toys Paradise
Fireman kids gumboots - Wellies Online
A great treat for the little one’s to wear during the party are these Fireman hats along with the badges, whistle or party blower.
Fireman Plastic hat - The Fire Fighters Party Shop
Fire Badges - Sweet Themes
Achilles Plastic Pea Whistle - Rebel Sport
Party Blower - Speckled Freckle
These fire engines would look so lovely on the table and your little man is sure to have fun playing with them after!
Tin metal fire engine - Nik Naxs
Tin metal fire engine - Carousel Boutique
Wooden toy fire engine - Sweet Peas
For a bit of fun during the party how cute is this firefighter pin party game!
Firefighter pin party game - Speckled Freckle
To continue this theme through to the little one’s take home gifts, here are some ideas for packaging or for favours:
Orange Lolly Bag - The Princess & the Pirate
Black Tote Box - The Princess & the Pirate
Red polka dot noodle box - Mon Tresor
Blue Red Stripe personalised chocolate bar - Le Petit Party
Tiny Tin Toy fire engine - My Tin Toys
This pocket library comes with 6 books which you could divide up to give as useful favours:
Fireman Sam pocket library - Fishpond
Fire hydrant squirters - Gorgeous Little Paries
Fire Truck Eraser - Daisy Stationary
Pull back fire engine toy - Piece of Cake Parties & Celebrations
Lastly a sure to be adored gift for the birthday boy is this metal ride on fire engine. He will definitely feel like a true fire chief in this!
Steel toy ride on fire truck - Hip Kids
Hope you are feeling a bit inspired from this post! This theme is a real classic boy theme and definitely shows there is lots of fun ideas out there for boys parties. Hope your little man enjoys this party and feels truly celebrated!
There’s been a lot of excited chatter lately on Amy Atlas possibly planning a trip down under. Other lovely bloggers have been writing about how they found out about Amy Atlas, such as Leanne from Mrs A in the Cove and Jane from Homemade Parties!
Reading these made me think about how I discovered the world of Amy Atlas, which I thought I’d share with you today.
8 months ago I gave birth to my precious baby girl. In the midst of the neverending cycle of feeding, nappy changing, sleeping (or hardly sleeping!) I had to plan a little something for her Baptism in 2 months time. I wasn’t planning anything huge but still wanted something nice which didn’t involve the standard “Happy Christening” matching party decorations I had seen in all the party shops.
I then stumbled onto Jade from Super Organisor Mum’s blog where she presented her Christening party for her son Oliver. I was in awe and in love! I had never seen such a cute party before with so many precious details! I LOVE little details!
Oliver's Christening dessert table - Super Organiser Mum blog
Like Alice in Wonderland I felt I had stumbled into a new hidden world I didn’t know existed – a world of sweet parties organised by loving mum’s with so much thought, dedication and love being poured into them. It wasn’t about spending loads of money or outdoing other mother’s. They were about truly celebrating their little one’s!
Off I went on my merry way to explore this new land of parties, dessert tables and candy buffets. It was then that I discovered Amy Atlas.
She was the name I found constantly mentioned on so many blogs and websites I was uncovering.
When I visited Amy’s page I was blown away by the beauty of the dessert tables she had designed. The colours, the layout, the pieces she used and of course the treats!
Since then I have come across many amazing Australian businesses who style gorgeous parties/dessert tables – who also credit Amy Atlas for inspiring them.
I didn’t have the chance to put together a proper dessert table for my daughters Baptism however I am definitely planning on giving it a go for her first birthday party this year!
Through this journey I was also motivated to start this blog to help other mum’s like me who want to put together a celebration for their little one but may not be sure where to find different items for their theme.
I would never ever have thought when I was pregnant that having my daughter would take me down this path.
If it wasn’t for Amy Atlas and what she has brought to the party world, I wouldn’t have started this blog or enjoyed all the lovely inspiration I see each day when I view different parties which Amy features on her blog. Being a new stay at home mum whose life involves loads of the usual mummy things (poop, dribble & clothes stained with food!) I now have a little bit of pretty injected into my every day life through this new found wonderland!
So thank you Amy for not only inspiring me, but inspiring all the other party stylists who have inspired me as well!
With summer coming up what could be better than an ice-cream or popsicle party? Definitely a theme your little one and their friends are going to love!
This is such a fun theme to plan for as you can do so much with a ice cream bar with a range of toppings and sauces or with a bright and fun assortment of popsicles to choose from! Suitable for either a boy or girl and another theme with a range of colour scheme options!
Remember to visit the Directory section of the site to find a range of suppliers Australia wide for your next celebration!
Remember to click on any of the images below to be taken directly to where you can purchase the item from!
Ice Cream & Popsicle party invitations and printables
Here are a few invitations, printables and backdrops in various styles to set the scene:
Ice Cream Invitation – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Popsicle Party invitations – Dream a little Dream
Vintage ice cream printable backdrop – Giggles and Grace Designs
Ice-cream parlour sign – Jo’s Signs by Design
Ice Cream party social printables – Jo Studio
Ice cream parlour invitation printable – Amity Invites
Ice Cream party invitation printable – Paper Blossom Creations
Printed ice cream party invitation – Love JK
Ice-cream party printables – 2 Love Birds
Ice-cream party invitations – I Will Invitations
This sweet print could be displayed at the party and hung in your child’s room afterwards:
Ice- cream print – Fairy Dust Stylish Stationery
Ice Cream & Popsicle party decorations
To set up your party area, you’ll definitely want some bright pastel colours to continue the fun feeling that an icecream or popsicle party should invoke!
Happy Day Tassel Garland – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Candy pink honeycomb ball – Love The Occasion
Peach honeycomb fancy decoration – Poppies For Grace
Diamond honeycomb decorations – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
How sweet and unique are these tulle pom pom ice-creams made into a garland?:
Ice Cream pom pom garland – Pom Pom Princess
This is a fun garland to combine both an ice-cream and popsicle theme:
Ice-cream and popsicle Garland – Small Favours
These ice cream honeycomb decorations are a must for any ice cream party and come in a few different colours!:
Mint ice cream honeycomb decoration – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Very cute ice-cream and popsicle balloons to really brighten up the party:
Ice-cream balloon – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Popsicle balloon – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
This fun ice-cream pinata not only provides a fun party activity but could make a fantastic decoration at an ice cream party!
Ice-cream pinata – Party Pony Designer Pinata’s
Love these colourful ice-cream and popsicle wall decals which could be used to create a fun backdrop!
Ice cream popsicle wall decalls – Kid Candy
Some colourful tableware selections starting with this amazing pastel tablecloth!:
Pastel ruffled tablecloth – Saffy and May
Some paper tablerunners which would also suit:
Polka Dot Pastel tablerunner – The Party Parlour
Red/White stripes tablerunner – The Party Parlour
You could have lots of fun with tableware for an Icecream or Popsicle party! Here are some options:
Aqua stripe plate – Love The Occasion
Pink stripe plate – Little Kite
Confetti plates – Love The Occasion
Pink dot plates – Favor Lane
Fill these cute pine cones with snacks or fairy floss as a themed way of displaying some food:
Pine food cone – Deer Little Parties
Some cute spoons the kids can use to eat their ice-cream:
Wooden ice cream spoons – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Personalised ice cream spoons – Bespoke Party Products. Party by ‘It’s a cake thing by Jhoanee’
Plastic gelato spoons – Deer Little Parties
Ice Cream Party Dessert Table Items
These ice-cream tubs are fantastic for either filling with favours or a cute way of serving/display some sweet items:
Ice-cream tubs – Butterfly Kisses Celebrations
Such cute ice cream toppers which could be used on your savoury food as well as cupcakes etc:
Ice-cream toothpick toppers – Party and Co
Some of the cute ice cream cup designs available for an ice cream party which you can use for ice-cream or these pretty acrylic bowls could be used for some toppings:
Gelato dessert bowl – Kitchenware Direct
Ice cream van and cups – Ruby Rabbit Partyware
Pastel stripe ice-cream cups – Love The Occasion
Toot Sweet ice cream cups – Emiko Blue
Pink n mix ice cream cups – Emiko Blue
Lavender stripe ice cream cups – The Party Parlour
Sambellina confetti ice cream cups – The Party Parlour
Ice cream van cupcake stand – Confectionately Yours
For your ice-cream and popsicle themed desserts, make sure you visit the Directory to find a vendor in your location ! Here are some examples of creations by vendors on the Directory:
Ice cream sundae cake – JK Cake Designs
Popsicle cookies – Savvy Cakes by Lena (Sydney)
Ice-cream cookie – Love Every Detail
Popsicle Cake pops – Sugar Pop Bakery (posts Australia wide). Party/styling by Dream a Little Dream children’s parties
Ice-cream cookies – Frosted by Nicci (Melbourne)
Hire one of these stands for a cute ice-cream parlour setup at the party! Just visit the Hire category on the Directory if you are looking for something similar in a different state:
Ice cream stand for hire – Tiny Tots Toy Hire (Sydney)
Candy cart for hire – Sweet Creations by Sharms (Melb)
These real party pics from vendors on the Directory will be sure to inspire your ice-cream and popsicle party planning!:
Popsicle party – Dream a Little Dream (Perth)
Ice-Cream party – Dream a Little Dream
Popsicle Party – Styling and desserts by Savvy Cakes by Lena
Ice cream party – Red Wagon Events
Ice-cream party – Emiko Blue
Ice Cream or Popsicle Party Favours
This is actually a craft kit that the kids can use to create a cute wall hanging to take home and double as a party favour!:
Ice-cream craft kit – Free Range Living
A few novelty items:
Ice cream sticky note set – Kawaii Kids
Ice Cream lollipops – The Little Big Company
Ice-cream party favor bag – Small Favours
Ice cream popper favor – Lark Store
Love these cute printable favour boxes!!:
Ice cream truck favour box printable – Jo Studio
One of my favourite Ice cream parties, styled by Sugar Coated Mama
Amazing pastel pink ice cream social by Red Wagon Events
This fun Frozen inspired ice cream buffet has great inspiration for a ice cream buffet setup, by Butterfly Kisses Celebrations
I adore this icecream parlour table from the Eat, Drink, Chic blog
The amazing icecream social party styled by Kara herself from Karas Party Ideas
A lovely light and fresh icecream party from Style Me Gorgeous
Hope you have found some inspiring ideas to help you in your planning for this fun summer theme for your little one’s celebration! Enjoy!