Monday, September 10, 2007

Time For Tea

Back To School Tea Party

It's almost time for the girls to arrive!!!! I can't wait to see them all dressed up in their back to school outfits!!! This is going to be so much fun. The table has been set with "Old Country Rose" china, the napkins are old fashioned hankies. Each girl has a place card marking her spot, on the back of each place card is a different back to school question (the girls will take turns answering each question).

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The menu consists of Ginger Snap Cookies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Caramel Apple Slices, and Spiced Apple Tea with cinnamon sticks for stirring ( I will post the recipes later this week).


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Oh, Good They're here, and they look soooooo cute!!! Don't you agree?


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They are such little ladies, sitting together having tea!!

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What a wonderful time we've had. We would all like to thank you for stopping by to share a spot of tea!!!

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Fancy that, three little ladies having an after school tea!!!
DeeLight

To visit other virtual Tea Parties follow this link.

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32 comments:

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

What a wonderful theme for a tea, and don't they all look so lovely?!!
Thank you for inviting us, and please do stop by my tea today!
:)

GardenGoose said...

what fun for your girls!everything looks so nice.

Dianne said...

Hello! So nice to meet you! I am enjoying your tea and your blog very much!

Thank you so much for visiting my blog for "tea", please do come back on Wed, Thurs and/or Fri! And I'm automatically entering everyone who leave a comment into a random drawing for ... oh, something really nice (still deciding exactly what!)

I love your tea! Your girls are adorable and look like they had a great time! Oh, and I'm so happy to see your "Old Country Rose" tea set. I just got my first pieces of Old Country Rose from my husband for my birthday. I'm in love! (with him AND the china!) He gave me the little bunnies that are the sugar and creamer)

Cheers! ~ Dianne, Mama's Pocketbook

Beloved Creations said...

I love your tea party and the Royal Dalton China Tea Set.

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Your tea party looks great and your girls are beautiful! Thanks for having me and coming to my party too!

Adriann said...

How sweet! And what a fabulous idea. You are a wonderful mother!!!

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Belinda said...

Awww, what a super fun idea, Dee! All three girls look absolutely beautiful, and your tea party treats and pretty rose china set off the special occasion perfectly. :-) How sweet!

Shabby in Pink Boutique said...

How cute, I bet they were surprised by all the sweet treats and the tea party.The little ladies are beautiful. Thanks for the wonderful tea!

Vicki Palmer (Pink Pearl Girl) said...

Hi,
Thanks for visiting my tea and the nice compliments. I have enjoyed visiting your tea and it looks like you and the girls had a great time.
Vicki

Jill Monroe said...

Your girls are so cute and look like they had a fantastic time!

Meadow Street said...

What a great idea! They looked like they had fun!

Sweet Remembrance said...

How fun...great Tea Party!
Priscilla

So Shabby Pink said...

Oh, I love the tea parties where the kids get to participate! What a precious group of girls and what a fun tea party. Beautiful!
Thank you for visiting my tea party too.:-)
Peggy

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

What a fabulous Mom you are. I so enjoyed attending your party. I truly felt like I could smell the cinnamon. What fun! Lynn

Chickenbells said...

What a great idea! They look like they had a great time...

KarenHarveyCox said...

Oh, what a fun idea to have a back to school tea. I remember the days of having tea for my girls when they were little. It is such a blessing to be a mom. Well, your tea party is wonderful, and it looks like it was delicious by the smiles on their faces. Stop by for tea at my place. Karen

Sharon said...

What a delightful tea party you prepared for the girls. I'm sure they will remember this long after they are gown.

Thimbleanna said...

What a lucky and wonderful mom you are! Everything looked so lovely -- I'll be you had a fabulous time! Thanks for sharing with all of us.

Cathy said...

Smiling faces always means A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL. They are so adorable. Loved the tea party! Glad you could join us.

Sweet Necessi-Teas said...

What a lovely idea to have a back-to-school tea party! I adore your Royal Albert Old Country Roses tea set. I have one, too! I really enjoyed spending time with you today. Thanks for having me.

Karen

PS Thanks for stopping by my tea party also.

Michele said...

Absolutely the sweetest tea party. Your guests are adorable and how sweet that you did this for them. Everything looks lovely and I am so glad I had a chance to stop by.
Thank you for coming by my tea party and do come again.
Hugs, Michele

Miz Smoochie Lips said...

Awwwwwww! How SWEET is that!!! Tea for the girls after school... you're such a good mommy!
Gingersnap cookies... NUM!

Joyce said...

I bet your girls enjoyed this gorgeous afternoon tea party

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

That is so creative ... I know the girls had a great time.

(( ))
Francie

Sandy said...

Oh, Yes! The girls are adorable!
Looks like FUN!
Sandy

Lana said...

Such a fun idea!

Lana G!
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Veronica K. said...

What fun! Maybe I need to have a tea party for my friends, since I don't think my boy could fully appreciate it. ;)

ellen b. said...

What great fun. Your guests are great!

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Paula said...

Oh that is so fun! Look at the smiles on those girl's faces!!! Wonderful!

meg said...

What a good idea to stir your tea with cinnamon sticks; it would work well with cider, too :)

Mallow said...

I covet your kitchen table!

Lei said...

SO cute... looks like a blast!