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Easy Harvest Afternoon Tea

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When the leaves begin to change and the air cools but the sun is still warm, it’s harvest season. What a better way to celebrate than to host your own Harvest Afternoon Tea.

Harvest Afternoon Tea setting and treats
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Savoring a cup of freshly brewed tea is a wonderful way to welcome autumn colors of early fall. Here you will find recipes that feature fresh apples, pumpkins, and more. From savory treats to tea sandwiches, scones, and of course delicious tea sweets as well.

These recipes and ideas will help inspire you to host your own Harvest Afternoon Tea. Whether that be for two or a gathering of friends. But first, let’s take a look at teatime in the fall.

The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.

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More Fall Afternoon Tea Recipes and Ideas

Fall is a particularly wonderful season to observe teatime. With expectations of the holidays to come, friends and family tend to gather. Hosting your own fall afternoon tea is a simple yet meaningful way to celebrate with friends.

You may like to take a look at An Autumn Afternoon Tea: Celebrating a Glorious Season for more inspiring ideas and recipes.

If you’re planning ahead for the holidays, Hosting a Christmas Afternoon Tea has some beautiful recipes and ideas as well.

Closeup view of fall-inspired teacup
Royal Crown Derby Olde Avesbury pattern at Replacements.

Harvest-Inspired Tea to Serve for Harvest Afternoon Tea

China Patterns we love for a Harvest Afternoon Tea

While you may not have a complete set of a fall themed china pattern, picking up a few pieces, like teacup and saucers, or even a favorite teapot is a fun way to begin a new fall traditions. Here are some of my favorites:

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Planning an afternoon tea? Here are some helpful resources packed with recipes and ideas to help you host a simple tea.

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