Table Linens, Centerpieces, and Decor
We can provide table linens or the hostess can provide them. In this photo the hostess has set the table.
Next we add the dessert stands decorated with flowers and tea pots with tea cozies.
This is a closer view. The host set the table and I added the catered afternoon tea.
Clients often ask what the proper place setting should include.
Tables are normally provided by the host.
Elaborate centerpieces and table decor are not necessary at an afternoon tea. With the table settings and dessert stands, things look very pretty.
In the photo below, Victoria’s tea salon provided all of the linens and settings.
This is where the chair back covers, sashes and table runners are included with the full setup by Victoria’s Tea Salon.
This is an example of the catered afternoon tea added to the setup all provided by Victoria’s Tea Salon.
This afternoon tea was a fundraiser and the full setup which includes the chair back covers, sashes and table runners were provided by Victoria’s Tea Salon.
And…with the guests added.
In this example, the table linens were provided by the host and Victoria’s Tea Salon provided the table setup.
Added are the guest and the catered afternoon tea by Victoria’s Tea Salon.
These lovely ladies are the hostess and servers for their Downton Abbey afternoon tea from the previous two photos.
Buffet and A La Carte Options
In some cases the afternoon tea can be setup buffet style. This was a memorial luncheon that the deceased had requested following her services.
This buffet style was for a retirement celebration when the guest were stopping in a various times.
This setup was for a wedding were guest enjoyed a selection of tea sandwiches along with iced tea before the meal was served.
I have added my a` la carte menu to my website:www.victoriasteasalon.com
An example of the tea treat trays that can be personalized to to fit your needs.