Nifty·Posted on Jun 11, 201526 Ideas For Throwing The Boozy Tea Party Of Your Wildest DreamsIt's three o'clock somewhere.by Julia ReinsteinBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Julia Reinstein for BuzzFeed / Urban Outfitters / Via urbanoutfitters.com 1. Be clear about your motives. Yvonne Ellen / Via yvonneellen.com Show some love for your go-to drink with this cheeky tea set. 2. Let your teacup do the talking so you can do the drinking. Urban Outfitters / Via urbanoutfitters.com Dainty meets sloppy. Buy it here. 3. Tell the world. withlovelouise / Etsy / Via etsy.com Don't be subtle. 4. Scream it from the rooftops. DiLeeCa / Etsy / Via etsy.com WINE. MUG. 5. And always have your favorite recipe close at hand. TwistedEnvyUK / Etsy / Via etsy.com But no shame in overpouring. 6. Turn up for tea time with an Earl Grey-infused gin drink. Paul S. Bartholomew / paulsbartholomew.com / Via theframedtable.com 7. Or this chamomile honey bourbon cocktail. Adrianna Adarme / A Cozy Kitchen / Via acozykitchen.com 8. Or this matcha mint julep. Alanna Taylor Tobin / The Bojon Gourmet / Via bojongourmet.com (Or all of them.) 9. And toss in some edible flower ice cubes. Sue Moran / The View From Great Island / Via theviewfromgreatisland.com 10. Serve up a wheelbarrow full of cold beer. Laura Christin Photography / laurachristinphotography.com / Via exquisiteweddingsmagazine.com 11. Soak up all that "tea" with some boozy eats, like this doughnut bread pudding with buttery rum sauce. Jessica Segarra / The Novice Chef Blog / Via thenovicechefblog.com 12. And these watermelon tequila jello shots. Jennifer Lee / Via kirbiecravings.com 13. And these champagne and raspberry chambord macarons. Melissa Johnson / Best Friends For Frosting / Via bestfriendsforfrosting.com 14. And these red wine fudgesicles. Emma Chapman & Elsie Larson / A Beautiful Mess / Via abeautifulmess.com *praise hands emoji* 15. Naturally, you'll want to dress to impress. ModCloth / Via modcloth.com This little number is from ModCloth. 16. Don't forget the fascinator. Suzanne / EyeHeartMe / Via etsy.com Check Etsy. 17. And choose your weapons wisely. Betsey Johnson / Via www1.macys.com Like this necklace that does double-duty as a bottle opener. 18. Blurry selfies have got nothing on photos backdropped with carnations. E/A Photography / eaphoto.ca / Via apracticalwedding.com 19. Tablescape like a boss with whatever's growing in your garden. Chris Cooney Photography / Instagram: @chriscooneyphotography / Via blog.etsy.com Can't arrange flowers to save your life? Check out this beginner's guide for tips. 20. Craft a killer centerpiece. White Rabbit Photo Boutique / whiterabbitphotoboutique.com / Via huffingtonpost.com 21. Once everyone's centers of gravity are adequately fucked, break out the cornhole boards. Emily Steffen / emilysteffen.com / Via weddingchicks.com Or an Alice in Wonderland inspired croquet set. Amber Kemp-Gerstel / damasklove.com / Via ext.homedepot.com DIY it! 22. Or Dizzy Bat. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 23. Or Snapdragon, if you dare. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It's an old Victorian parlour game that involves picking up raisins from a flaming bowl of brandy AND EATING THEM. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen...but fun! 24. Send guests home with a DIY teacup ring that's cute as shit. Geneva Vanderzeil / A Pair & A Spare / Via apairandasparediy.com 25. Or a bitchin' jar of homemade vanilla rum plum jam. Yelena Strokin / Melangery / Via melangery.com 26. And definitely some hangover-zapping ginger tea. Jo-Anna Rooney / A Pretty Life In The Suburbs / Via aprettylifeinthesuburbs.com Your guests (and your stomach) will thank you.