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26 Ideas For Throwing The Boozy Tea Party Of Your Wildest Dreams

It's three o'clock somewhere.

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1. Be clear about your motives.

Show some love for your go-to drink with this cheeky tea set.
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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.

Dainty meets sloppy. Buy it here.
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Dainty meets sloppy. Buy it here.

3. Tell the world.

Don't be subtle.
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4. Scream it from the rooftops.

WINE. MUG.
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5. And always have your favorite recipe close at hand.

But no shame in overpouring.
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6. Turn up for tea time with an Earl Grey-infused gin drink.

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7. Or this chamomile honey bourbon cocktail.

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8. Or this matcha mint julep.

(Or all of them.)
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(Or all of them.)

9. And toss in some edible flower ice cubes.

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10. Serve up a wheelbarrow full of cold beer.

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11. Soak up all that "tea" with some boozy eats, like this doughnut bread pudding with buttery rum sauce.

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12. And these watermelon tequila jello shots.

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13. And these champagne and raspberry chambord macarons.

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14. And these red wine fudgesicles.

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15. Naturally, you'll want to dress to impress.

This little number is from ModCloth.
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This little number is from ModCloth.

16. Don't forget the fascinator.

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17. And choose your weapons wisely.

Like this necklace that does double-duty as a bottle opener.
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Like this necklace that does double-duty as a bottle opener.

18. Blurry selfies have got nothing on photos backdropped with carnations.

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19. Tablescape like a boss with whatever's growing in your garden.

Can't arrange flowers to save your life? Check out this beginner's guide for tips.
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Can't arrange flowers to save your life? Check out this beginner's guide for tips.

20. Craft a killer centerpiece.

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21. Once everyone's centers of gravity are adequately fucked, break out the cornhole boards.

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Or an Alice in Wonderland inspired croquet set.

DIY it!
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23. Or Snapdragon, if you dare.

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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.

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25. Or a bitchin' jar of homemade vanilla rum plum jam.

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26. And definitely some hangover-zapping ginger tea.

Your guests (and your stomach) will thank you.
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Your guests (and your stomach) will thank you.

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