Scrummy Big Chocolate Tea ideas
Celebrate the royal wedding with a Big Chocolate Tea!
Download this information sheet
full of tips to help you go all out chocola-tea in true royal wedding style!
Download this free chocolate quiz
to play at your Big Chocolate Tea and ask your guests to pay £1 to enter.
Morning chocolate tea
Pop the kettle on and get together with your friends to start the day with a cuppa and a chocolate croissant…who wouldn’t want to wake up to this? To raise money you could ask everyone who comes to give a minimum donation.
Afternoon chocolate tea
With delicate canapes, mouth-watering treats and tea served in your best china cups. To raise money you could ask everyone who comes to give a donation.
Cocktails and chocolate
Get together with friends for a sophisticated evening of tasty treats and chocolate-tea inspired cocktails and fizz. Ask everyone who comes for a donation. Strawberry Tea Mimosa or Chocolate Martini anyone?
Children’s chocolate tea party
Decorate cookies or cakes or get messy with chocolate and cereal nests, and encourage little guests to dress up in their best fancy dress to win prizes. Ask everyone who comes to give a donation for an afternoon of fun.
Download one of the colouring in sheets below. Pick you favourite and get stuck in!
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From an afternoon tea event at your local hall, to a themed dance night with a live band and raffle – get in the chocolate-tea spirit!
Garden tea party
A great way to spend a civilised afternoon – with fizz and strawberries dipped in a chocolate fountain, yum!
Get together with your neighbours and hold a good old fashioned street party - ask everyone to bring a different chocolate treat and get to know each other over a cup of tea (or cocktails if you wanted something a little stronger!)
It's party time
Big Chocolate Tea is a great way to enjoy a celebration - whether it's a birthday, a job promotion or an excuse to get together with family and friends. To raise money, ask guests to give a donation for an afternoon of fun.
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