Is it tea time?

If ever the rare occasion arises where more than two of your childhood friends are in town at the same time, and one happens to be getting married -make sure you don’t let the opportunity slip . Plan a pre-wedding, tea party in the park because you never know when you will all be in the same place next.

How to plan a pre-wedding tea party in under 24 hours-

1. Start planning weeks in advance but don’t do anything till the morning of.

2. Choose a theme- mad hatters tea party? Jungle safari tea party?

3. Find the closest location to your house to have this tea party (preferably a park).

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4. Bring the bride-to-be to the park and carry out traditions we see happening at weddings all the time,but have no idea about the significance of them.

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5. Dress the bride up as a hippie/ masai warrior/ aboriginal bride.

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6. Don’t forget the pretty floral tea cups (that the bride will claim as her own,after.)

7. Bring some plastic animals that play along with the theme of ‘jungle safari tea party’.

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8. Don’t forget the friends! What’s a party with just some plastic animals and balloons?

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9. Flowers are a necessity!

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10. Don’t forget it IS a tea party so you need the essentials like a tea-pot ,some cookies, fruit, raw vegetables and maybe some hot water to make tea with. (Extra points for a nice bright green tea pot with Frankenstein and his wife drawn on it)

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10. Balloons are always a nice addition.

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Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

11. Embrace the party crashers even if they come on a tractor or a motorcycle in the middle of the park (anything is possible in India!). Take some photos with them! (Remembered I had posted this on Instagram a few months ago. A little bit of baby doll never hurt anyone .)park

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

Mini & Punia20130719July2013

                      All photos are property of Kismet Jewell Nakai. No using them without permission!

12. Last, but not least- take plenty of photos because like I said-days like these are rare. It’s even more fun when you see the photographs a year and a half later. (Party tip: Bring along a fuji instax !)

And, THAT my friends is the way to organise a fun day in the park before all the wedding madness begins . I have never really attended a ‘bachelorette’ party , but I don’t think any will be able to top this one.

One Comment to “Is it tea time?”

  1. Love the idea!🙂 it looks like a lottt of fun!

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