My Bigelow Wedding Tea Party! #AmericasTea #CBias #SocialFabric

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Hey All!

As you all know I’m getting married and I thought to myself, “What would be a great way to have some friends aka some of the Bridal Party over to discuss and help me plan the wedding?” I came up with the idea to have a little tea party that we can sit back, relax, and sip some of my favorite Bigelow Tea. Why Bigelow tea in particular you ask? Well I love that its a family owned company and it’s always easy to locate in the stores I shop at like Walmart.

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I also have fond memories of drinking Bigelow tea. I have never been much of a coffee drinker, So my grandmother used to buy me Bigelow Tea when I was a kid, so I can sit and drink something and pretend I was grown up as they drank their coffee and gossiped.

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Since Bigelow has a nostalgic sentiment to me and it is #AmericasTea, I thought why not have a tea party for something as meaningful as my wedding. I ran out to Walmart and got myself some of my favorite teas. You can see my entire shopping trip on my Google Plus Album. I came home and got ready for some friends and the bridesmaids to come over. I put on a pot of tea…

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And set the table as if we were having tea at high noon in London.

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Tea and biscuits as the British would call it. I wanted to have a fun and relaxing day sipping tea with my girls as those are the kinds of memories I have of drinking my Bigelow tea.

I got out some wedding magazines…

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And my wedding planner and we got to the girl talk and we got to the girl talk and wedding chatter.

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It was such a fun time and I always feel so royal drinking out of my crown cups.

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It was another great memory with my Bigelow tea. I know I will have many more memories relaxing with my Bigelow tea in the future.

For more info on Bigelow Tea Follow them on Facebook or on Twitter: @bigelowtea or you can follow theBigelow Blog at www.bigelowteablog.com.

 

Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® and Bigelow Tea #CBias #SocialFabric #AmericasTea. All Opinions Are My Own!

 

 


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Comments

  1. Joan Cook says

    i’m switching from Soda to tea. Need to drop away from the sweeteners and use a bit of honey to sweeten my tea for better overall health. Thanks!

  2. says

    I really like how Bigelow Tea Bags come sealed in their own little pouches. I like other teas, but really don’t like open tea bags because the smells and the flavors sort of get mingled up that way.

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