A Guide To Tea Party Sweets- Royals Lesson!


Ciao Royals! Today’s post is going to be about Tea Party Sweets, how to distinguish between them and some tips on serving and even some little fun ideas about them.

Being familiar with the sweets at tea parties or other fun events can assist in your ability to host such events!


So let’s get into the sweets!

Macarons


A Macaron is a French sandwich cookie! They can be made in every flavor you can think of! These delicate looking cookies are perfect to serve at a tea party, or even on top of ice cream.

Cake


It may be cute to try and theme your cake to your event! Like making red velvet with white cream cheese frosting for winter parties, or decorate the cake for your theme, perhaps using small candies or other edible décor.
Not a baker? No problem! Try our No Bake Strawberry Shortcake!

Cookies


You can also decorate cookies to match your party’s theme. You can even shape them to match! We also have a lemon cookie recipe for you!

Cupcakes


These can also be decorated to match your theme. You can even replicate Natsuki’s Cupcakes from Doki Doki Literature Club using our Tutorial!

Candies


These can also be themed. For fancier candy options, you can go for candied fruit or fancy chocolates.

Ice Cream


Serving sundaes at your party might make your party a real treat!

Biscuit Sticks/Piroulines


Best for a party serving hot cocoa or coffee, as these snacks can be used to stir the drink or dipped in.


What kind of sweets would you prefer to have at a Tea Party or other type of event? Let us know in the comments!

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