An Autumn Tea Party in November is a perfect time to treat yourself, friends and family to a beautiful respite during this busy season.
Autumn and tea go hand in hand with the stormy weather, gorgeous fall colors, seasonal occasions to gather, creating a warm and memorable gathering that will be remembered throughout the cold days of winter.
To learn the differences between Afternoon Tea and High Tea: Visit our British Tea Primer.
We’ve gathered some easy yet beautiful ideas to host your own Autumn Tea.
An Autumn Tea Menu
From the first warming cup of tea to the last, your guests will be delighted with our flavorful autumn tea menu. The menu is redolent with fall’s favorite spices—rich vanilla beans, silky cinnamon, fragrant cloves, and crunchy peppercorns—the perfect complements to ripe pears, creamy pumpkin, and salted caramel.
Click here to plan a tea menu – including a scone course, a savories course, and a sweet course.
Polish the Silver
Get a jumpstart on the season by polishing your silver and celebrating with an Autumn Tea Party. This set is a stunning sterling silver Gorham Strasbourg teapot.
If you’re fortunate to have autumn china, serve with seasonal elements, and tiny goodies.
Pumpkin Pound Cake
A lovely addition to any tea or fall meal.
Petite Apple Cinnamon Scones
A delightful and delicious addition to any fall tea.
Tiered Fall-Themed Goodies
Caramel Apple Grapes
“Caramel Apple Grapes are the perfect snack! Grapes dipped in caramel and then in nuts. A little treat that tastes like caramel apple in every bite.” And I would add, an easy and beautiful addition to any tea!
Gingerbread Petits Four
An iconic taste of the season, perfect for any gathering, and extra special for an Autumn Tea.
Pumpkin Hummingbird Cake
A stunning addition to any tea or holiday gathering!
Cranberry Walnut Tarts