We decorated our hats in true Victorian tea party style.
Here is DQ showing how cute she is (this is a rare picture of her - no snot, crazy hair, or tongue sticking out of her mouth):
The princess had to put a tiera on her at so she could be the princess of the tea party.
Yes I got all dressed up for the occasion....Thank god for the hat - my hair actually looked like a drowned rat from standing outside earlier that morning at the princess's softball game.
Such an elegant group...Grandma A, Grandma B and Auntie K all showed up for the party.
Our table was set with fine china and fresh tulips. The centerpiece was made by the girls earlier in the week. We dipped oreo cookies in white chocolates and decorated them to look like flowers (with gumdrops). They were not very tasty - gumdrops and oreos is not a good combination, but the girls were pretty proud of them.
DQ could hardly wait to eat. She really got into the tea party.
Our menu consisted of cucumber sandwiches, PB and Js shaped like crowns, Caesar salad, and flower shaped fruit cups for dessert. We had princess punch and tea for drinks. Notice the princess can't get enough of the princess punch. The bubbles from the punch caused some unscheduled entertainment at the tea party...maybe next time we will do the manners lesson BEFORE the party instead of during it.
Is this the princess or the joker? Maybe coating the rim of their glasses with pink sugar was not such a great idea....
We all had a great time. I hope to do it again next year for Mother's day!
A cup of tea to say thank you
For all the things you've done.
And wishes that the day will bring
You happiness and fun.
HAPPY MOTHER's DAY!!
Love the girls in the castle.