{PARTY IDEA} Great British Street Party

Looking for a fun and informal style for your summer party – you can’t go wrong with the Red, White and Blue of the British flag and nostalgic themes. Host a garden tea party, or get all your friends to bake a cake and host a bake-off competition – the possibilities are endless!

These styling tips from Brids Party are ideal for waving your patriotic flag on party day!

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“I styled this street party to showcase the latest party printables  – party printables offer a really fun and affordable way to decorate your tables and homes for the occasion!”

I created some scones recipe for a Tea Party, so this time round I decided to bake some traditional British desserts with a  summery twist!
The desserts was mainly a traditional affair with a little home-made twist like a Jubilee Cake, where strawberries and cream cheese frosting were used to decorate a traditional Victoria Sponge, as well as Chocolate Hob-Nobs, English Trifle, vanilla cupcakes with cherry filling (white frosting topped with a glacé cherry to look like a popular Cherry Bakewell Tart), and Shortbread Crowns where home-made shortbread cookies were decorated with lemon curd and fresh raspberries.
But off course no English party would be complete without tea, so I used the printable union jack designs on the mugs, and covered the tea bags with a printable wrapper with the Queen’s silhouette that we have in our stamps, and with the usual Royal Warrant trade marking we would get in retail products “By Appointment of Her Majesty The Queen” – Which is very befitting for the occasion!
Read more at Birds Party here.



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