Start Your Own Tea Party Business
If you're reading this, you are probably interested in starting your tea party business. I can tell you from experience that you will meet the nicest people and the time you spend at your parties will be delightful. I have put together a "how to" manual for people who are interested in starting a tea party hostess business. This manual is based on real life experience.
I started my tea business after I retired from the U.S. Air Force. I've turned my passion for tea and tea parties into profit. I will take you step by step so that you can get started quickly and smoothly. Even though I am new at the tea business, I have studied extensively about tea. I have been featured in Woman's World and Romantic Homes, Tea Time, Tea a Magazine and several local newspapers. I've attended tea seminars like the one at Elmwood Inn . I have also taken and given classes on afternoon tea. This manual contains information on who to contact before you get started, what equipment you need to get started, marketing ideas, how to host a tea party, recipes, a packing list and much, much more.
Link to a few of my past Tea Party Hostess Students who have gone through my training program.
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