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Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Little Teacup Doll Review (GIVEAWAY)

Join the Itty Bitty Prettys for an exciting tea party!

Is your child a unicorn princess, a rebel rocker or just crazy for kittens? The Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party brings sassy characters of all backgrounds together to teach kids to embrace your background and spread kindness through inclusivity.

Itty Bitty Prettys - playset dolls

Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Little Teacup Dolls

There are 13 different dolls to collect and 2 different options available. A HUGE teacup full to the brim of exciting goodies and a smaller teacup with some great surprises inside.

Itty Bitty Prettys - playset unboxing
Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Teacup Dolls Playset (With Over 25 Surprises!) by Zuru
Inside this giant teacup your kids will find everything they need to host the most epic tea party! They will love discovering over 25 surprises inside! Unbox the Itty Bitty Prettys teacup playset to find the magic inside!

Watch the teabag dissolve in the cup to reveal your Itty Bitty Pretty’s stylish outfit and shoes. See the sparkling cube fizz and reveal even more funky accessories! Then set up tea party and let the Itty Bitty Prettys characters enjoy a fun little tea party.

Itty Bitty Prettys - small teacup
• Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Little Teacup Doll Assortment (Includes 12 Surprises!) by ZURU
This is just like the Itty Bitty Prettys playset but inside a small teacup. Kids still get to enjoy all the fun of dissolvable teabags, stylish outfits, cube fizz and Itty Bitty Prettys characters.

What we loved

I have asked the girls what they loved and this was their response.

• All the bits in it (aka accessories)
• How the teabag dissolves like a real tea party
• The cool hair on the dolls
• That you can make food with the stuff (by ‘the stuff’ they mean the bit of kinetic sand/foam)
• The teacups!!
• The glitter on their clothes
• They are just so fun

Itty Bitty Prettys - doll
To give you some idea of how much the girls love these Itty Bitty Prettys… they have actually played with them for entire days. Consecutively.

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You can WIN 1 of 3 Prize Packs valued at $75.00

Each Prize Pack includes: 1x Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Teacup Dolls Playset ($45) and 2x Itty Bitty Prettys Tea Party Little Teacup Doll Assortment ($30)

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AMS was gifted the above items for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.


  1. julia morton
    13/11/2020 / 4:36 pm

    my worst tea party was-
    nanna had made a teacake,instead of using sugar she’d used cups of salt, we were all pulling faces,with no heart to tell her

  2. Jordana Hodgetts
    13/11/2020 / 9:51 pm

    For my 21st birthday my flatmates threw me a magnificent tea party. It was the best! Long story short, the garden shed burnt down, and we had to eat tomato sauce sandwiches for a solid month after as the tequila infused watermelon exploded over all the rest of the food and we had no money to replace it all!
    Such fun memories, and great times!
    Can’t wait to see what my tea party loving little Miss will get up to for her 21st haha!

  3. Kirsty
    13/11/2020 / 10:53 pm

    These are so cute & oh that giant teacup 😍
    My favourite tea parties are hosted by my kids in our backyard. Sometimes there are sandwiches, fruit or biscuits but there is always an assortment of pretend sweet treats in the form of bark, grass and sticks. It’s the ooh’s, ahh’s, yums, laughs and smiles that make these some of my favourite times shared.

  4. Kerryn Obersteller
    14/11/2020 / 1:05 pm

    Tea party’s remind me of my grandmother so it’s something I love doing with my own children .

  5. Melissa S
    14/11/2020 / 11:02 pm

    Before Covid hit, baking and tea parties with Grandma and Pop were something we did most weekends.
    My kids love making cupcakes and scones with jam and cream. We’d take them over to Grandma and Pops house to enjoy a tea party with them. Pop is big on having green tea and my kids would love to win this prize pack because finally restrictions as being lifted and they would get to enjoy a cuppa with pop.

  6. Linda Pepper
    15/11/2020 / 7:29 pm

    Best Tea Party was a surprise baby shower. Vintage High Tea Party set in my own beautiful garden, friends, family and most importantly my oldest daughter who organised it all. Oooo an itty bitty teacup surprise is on my youngest daughters Santa list 🎄 i wonder want sort of Tea Party she will surprise me with

  7. Linda P
    12/12/2020 / 10:00 pm

    High Tea party for my best friends baby shower. Rustic, old fashioned designed, everything covered in doilies. Was a huge hit and was asked by many other friends. Just a shame at the end of party it rained.

  8. Vanessa Karner
    12/12/2020 / 10:16 pm

    I have a little girl, Who has a little curl;
    She cannot see, When drinking tea;
    And gets in a tither and whirl.
    To hold her hair up, So she can drink from the cup;
    She asks her Nan, To help if she can;
    While she picnics with her friends and her pup.

  9. adrienne harries
    21/12/2020 / 5:28 pm

    Tea parties have me suspicious cause i wonder where they get water for the ‘tea’
    only place they can reach is the toilet you see
    so i sip and wonder if its clean of not
    i try to enjoy and hopefully toilet water was forgot

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