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Pink Gingerbread House Tea Party

You may have seen a few sneak peeks of this Pink Gingerbread House Tea Party over on our Facebook page! It’s no surprise we like pink around here (Pink-O-Ween). So it was only natural to give the Christmas season a pink twist. My Mom and I have been making gingerbread houses since I was a tiny one. We have made pink ones through the years.

So we pulled together and put on our Princess Caps to make this party design! We love tea parties so incorporating that was a must. I have several tea sets at home from when I was a child so we pulled those out!

Using a silver ornament tree, we cut off the red/green ornaments and swapped in pinks and purples. It’s easy to take a few holiday decorations and give them a pink twist. Or maybe a purple twist – whatever your heart desires!

I think this party would be perfectly gorgeous for a mother/daughter tea over the holidays. It is something we used to host every year when I was growing up, and became a lovely tradition.

To make the gingerbread houses you see above – find the instructions in our previous post HERE.  To see a different take on the gingerbread house party – we also showcased a whimsical red and green children’s decorating party HERE.

Love this party idea? We’d LOVE for you to share it with friends and family this season so they too can be inspired to entertain in style!

Courtney

Comments

  1. 1

    SO incredibly adorable. Seriously in love with your designs!

  2. 2

    This is gorgeous! I love it!

  3. 3

    The extra-puffy gingerbread houses are SO dear! I love the tiniest one most of all. : ) Beautiful work, Courtney!

  4. 4

    Darling as always!

  5. 5

    What a beautiful table!

  6. 6

    Awww.. sooo Cute! Looks yummy too!

  7. 7

    Awww .. So Cute! Looks yummy too!

  8. 8

    My niece would love this tea party~!

  9. 9

    Absolutely precious!!!

  10. 10

    Adorable! My niece would love having a birthday party like this. She’s all about gingerbread houses.

  11. 11

    Courtney –
    Cute, cute, cute!
    I’ve got this one linked up on my blog, in a recent post, over at Pink Party Girl! Come visit!
    http://pinkpartygurl.blogspot.com
    Cheers!

  12. 12

    This is so cute! The gingerbread houses turned out very cute too! Pink for the holidays is great and unexpected! I just did a Pink/Green cookie exchange – check it out: http://jackiefo.blogspot.com/2010/12/pink-and-green-cookie-exchange.html

  13. 13
  14. 14

    What a delightful tea party setting. I adore the little pink gingerbread houses all lined up in a row.

  15. 15

    Hi Courtney!

    I absolutley LOVE the pink gingerbread houses. Both my daughters are teenagers now but I am definately going to try and talk my youngest into having a few friends over to do it. Do you by any chance remember where you purchased the wire Christmas tree? I love that too!

  16. 16

    i am interested in hosting a party!!!

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