Is there anything better than a tea party? How about a tea party with little girls? Last year we made some fancy invites (I’ll add a picture when I find it!), there really is something about kids receiving an invite in the mail that makes them feel special! I kept it small, just invited 2 friends and their daughters, so we could really enjoy it while keeping it simple. It was such a fun day, and I know we’ll do this again! It would also make for a fun Valentine’s Day Tea Party as well.
For an activity, I made some felt crowns for the girls to decorate.I just cut out a crown shape and topstitched 2 together to make them firmer.
They were pretty happy with their creations!
We also had water for the teacups, because you can’t have a tea party without teacups!
PINK DEVILED EGGS
Made just like my usual ones but the egg whites were placed in some tinted water for 10-15 minutes. I used food coloring, but you could use pretty much anything pink, like beet juice.
Cut crusts off bread, spread with strawberry cream cheese, roll up, and slice into pinwheels.
I also made some by rolling out bread with a rolling pin to flatten it, then spreading with raspberry jam, and making pinwheels the same as above.
MINI PINK RUFFLE CAKES
Insert popsicle sticks into pink marshmallows, dip the top half in melted white chocolate or melties, and place a red m&m on top and sprinkle with sprinkles.
Recipe here, but made with just pink and white layers
I didn’t do alot of decorating for it, but me and the girls did make a giant pink pompom (directions here), and I put some pink tulle on the tablecloth.