Emily’s Tea Party!

Little Girl's Tea Party

Emily’s Tea Party

I am so excited to share this darling tea party with you! Emily’s mom is a close friend (more like family), and I adore her sweet children! Emily had Miss Tea Party and Miss Tea Cup as special guests for her birthday tea party! Miss Tea Party read Miss Spider’s Tea Party to all the girls as they arrived. After singing “I’m a Little Tea Pot” and “Happy Birthday”, the girls were taught all about tea party etiquette.  They even learned how to rim their tea cups with colored sugar – too cute!

The girls enjoyed sandwiches cut into flower and butterfly shapes, blueberry scones, and pink lemonade. For dessert, purple cupcakes were served. Miss Tea Party and Miss Tea Cup rolled out a pink carpet for all the girls to enjoy a fashion show! As Nancy Jo said, “It truly was a wonderful party.  Miss Tea Party has a gift!  The girls were polite and such good listeners to her.  They all seemed to have a great time, especially the birthday girl.”

I was thrilled to make the favor toppers for Emily’s Tea Party, and even more thrilled to learn that her invitations came one of our Paperie Guide Companies, Paper Style!

Little Miss Tea Party: Kim Newlin (Sweet Monday’s)


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    Phronsie says

    The tea cups are her grandmother’s cups.
    But the teacup favors came from Michael’s
    Crafts store!

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    So cute!!!!! I am planning a “Tea Party in Paris” birthday for my soon to be four year old (in May) and this party is total inspiration. I love the tea cups and happy to hear they are her grandmothers!!! I have been having a very hard time finding beautiful table settings without spending a fortune. I think i’m going to polish my grandmothers silver for the girls and see what else I have of hers to use….. Love the blog and all the ideas……

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    Tanya says

    I love how pretty everything is! My daughter had a tea party for her 7th birthday, and after lots of searching I found the best places to buy the supplies. I found white tea hats for a dollar, and decorated them with ribbom and plastic flowers, using them for wreaths for every window as well. I actually found someone on craigslist selling a dining room table full of china tea cups and small plates for $40!!! I had over 40 cups and saucers and 20+ demitasse sized one for plenty of parties to come, and it didn’t matter if any of them broke!


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