A lawn bridal shower tea!

Also featured on Glamour & Grace Hierloom Weddings

Vintage by design and pretty by chance? Nah! If it is vintage by design it’s going to be cute by default. Read on to get a beautiful inspiration for a lovely and laid-back lawn tea party for a bridal shower. Although this part 2 of the shoot is specifically designed around bridal shower, the theme and décor can be used for many different occasions. See part 1 of the shoot here for a woodsy rustic sweetheart table inspiration.

With many of my special curated pieces both of china and linen, from a certain era (circa 1920s) featured in this shoot, the look is very quintessentially vintage. The added elements like a twist to tea by Teaspressa and leisure activity of brush painting by Pink Puddle Studio, the vibe is completely that of time standing still; {even though you are having fun} sipping tea with cakes and cookies is bound to slow down the time. The great outdoors with lush lawn create the very complementary ambiance. These pictures make me so proud and happy of the pretty teacups I own and share with others!



Photography | April Maura Photography | Venue | Arizona State University Secret Garden Wedding Venue | Florist | Garden Gate Flowers | Creator & Jamberry Independent Consultant | Michelle Lindsay | Art Print Styling | Pink Puddle Studio | Designer | Shiki | Stylist Assistant | Abbi Miles | Furniture Rentals | Vintage Chic Rentals | Desserts | Bear and the Honey | Beverages | Teaspressa | Dress | Maggie Sottero from Suzannes Bridal Boutique| Bridesmaid dresses | Urban Outfitters, Free People, Nordstrom, H&M | Bride’s Hair | Harley Ann Chapman | Bride’s Makeup | Shelby Honea | Hair | Habit Salon | Make-up | Alyssa May Wilson and Maricella | Videographer | SK Weddings Videography | Drone Videographer | Green Cha Studios & AZ Drone Rental | Bride Model | Katie Smith | Groom Model | Daniel Alexander | Bridesmaid Models | Tatiana Zivkovic, Emily Carney, Danielle Shelton, Koryna Gonzalez, Kat Wasserman


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  1. I love vintage china, especially tea cups!! I always try to collect matched pieces but this beautiful mix has its own quaint and charming look! Looking forward to more of your tea adventures!!


    1. Kate, I was so hung up on making only matching sets but once I started styling up, the eclectic look was so much more appealing that I actually pack the sets separately to keep the charm!! Thanks so much for the kind words!


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