What happens when a pretty little tea party for two is actually a surprise engagement? A whole lotta love and romance ensues. So much cuteness abounds you won't be able to help but smile at the bold bright colors and darling details dreamt up by Little Lover Events. Keep reading for the recipe for the bride-to-be's signature cocktail recipe!
Take a peek into the garden of love from this tea party for two engagement in the full gallery here, gorgeously photographed by Lovato Images.
He’d been planning to propose on her birthday for quite some time. Up his sleeves? A tea party topped off with a very merry proposal. Earrings, a necklace and a bracelet for her birthday, all beautiful baubles for the soon-to-be bride-to-be. And then, she discovered the most stunning gift of them all. A vintage pear-cut engagement ring shimmering on the very silverware she’d be dining with that day. That was when he popped the question--and she said, “Yes!” It would certainly be a bright and shiny year.
Lavender Whiskey Sour:
3 oz. Whiskey
1 oz. Lavender Simple Syrup
1 oz. fresh squeezed lemon juice
1 egg white Lavender sprig for garnish Directions:
Fill cocktail shaker with ice. Add whiskey, lavender simple syrup, lemon and egg white to shaker and shake vigorously.
Strain liquids into chilled glass. Garnish with Lavender Sprig & serve.
The perfect late spring menu featuring savory bites and sweet treats, all in her favorite flavors of the season. Vintage furnishings to set the stage for a high-tea celebration. Whimsy details to soften the tablescape including a mixed array of vintage dishes, golden flatware, and commemorative stationery. Bright and vibrant florals, full of texture and life, just like her glowing personality.