Spot of tea?

Worn likes a wedding just as much as the next.  We thought we should pay our respects to the Royals in some way and what not better to share some fun things to do with a tea-cup.  Photo shoot, tea party, home decor or a royal wedding…tea cups are always pipin’ hot!

Welcome your ceremony guests with this unique alternative to the same ol’, seen at every wedding pew bow.  These are the creative touches that will leave your guests talkin’…over a good cup of tea!

O.K. so the above look from Apartment Therapy might not use tea cups but you can create this look with small vases, candle holders, plates, dessert plate and “tea-cup” saucers.  Bring your sweet treats at your next tea party, bridal luncheon or baby shower to new heights…

Who knew a centerpiece drenched in tea cups could look so fantastic!  Keeping color simple and consistent we think is the key to making this look work.  Martha Stewert Weddings pulled it off.

I had to snag this one off  Their post of Hayley & Alex in Wonderland engagement photo session shot by Wildflowers Photography is a true inspiration.  Worn is a total fan of incorporating personality into your projects and what better way than to use your grandmothers tea-cup collection…hats off to their entire whimsical concept…we LOVE IT!

Unless you are like Hayley and have a collection of tea cups at your disposal, creating a large enough or unique enough assortment for your next project could be overwhelming.  Worn has a huge inventory of great pieces that can make any of your “tea cup” dreams come true.  We would be thrilled to share them with you!

Best wishes to the Royal couple and cheers to your next project!



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