Etiquette Tea Parties
If you are Cold, Tea will Warm You;
If you are Heated, It will Cool You
If you are Depressed, it will Cheer You
If you are Excited, it will Calm You
William Ewart Gladstone
Afternoon tea is a beautiful tradition that originated with the Duchess Anna Marie Russell of Bedford in England around the 1840’s. Today we still enjoy gathering with friends and family over a flavorable cup of tea and delicacies because there is something both traditional and delightfully nostalgic about an afternoon tea party.
Discover the art of tea party etiquette with our interactive and informative tea classes and socials.
During our fun and engaging Tea Parties, our professional instructors, will guide you through the intricacies of tea parties and social decorum plus ensure you have a memorable tea party experience.
We look forward to sharing a delightful Tea Experience with you!
Put on your tea attire, hats and gloves and let us host your next Tea Party.
Contact our team today to Customized an Educational afternoon with Tea, Delicious Foods, Fun & Games!
Party & Tea Party Etiquette:
- The History of Tea Parties
- The Understanding of the Numerous Types of Tea Parties
- Tea Party Etiquette
- The Pinky Myth
- Attire for Tea Parties
- Tea Service & the Pouring of Tea
- Dining Tips for Tea Parties
- Table Navigation and Table Setting
Qualities of Decorum for a Lady
- Making a Good First Impression
- Fashion & Appropriate Attire for Different Occasions
- Receiving & Giving Compliments Gracefully
- Appreciation through Thank You Notes
- Common Courtesies
- Sitting and Walking Gracefully
- The Making of a Good Reputation
- Being Punctual
- Respect and Being Considerate of Others
Contact Us to Book Your Tea Etiquette Party
I’ve been so impressed with how much my son has learned. He’s giving people direct eye contact (which was a problem before) and he’s speaking up as well. He now orders his own food perfectly when we go to restaurants and when we went out to eat last Thursday, an older woman stopped as she and her husband were leaving to comment on how well behaved he was. He is holding doors for people as well. I can’t wait until he can take the next class!
Antioch High parents, teachers, and staff would like to thank you for sharing your time and expertise with us. P.A.S.S. (Parents Assisting Students Success) is a valuable source of pertinent information and we truly appreciate your support and participation.
Thank you for your dynamic, insightful and delightful presentation on “Etiquette” to The American Business Woman Association – Cities by the Bay Chapter. Your presentation was enjoyed by all and the attendees rated the overall training “Excellent”. We wish you continued success and hope to see you again soon.