Wednesday, August 9, 2017

A Little Girl's Tea Party

On the Saturday of July 29th, Sarah and her friend Casey hosted a tea party at church for girls age 8-13. The theme was 'Honoring Your Parents' and it was so much fun to help with. I think the girls really enjoyed it. :) Enjoy these pictures from the party. 




At each place setting there was a menu, a coloring page, and a Bible quiz.


Isn't this watermelon tea pot cute? Sarah carved it and filled the inside with a variety of fruit.

Blueberry Scones
Sarah also made these pretty, delicious peti-fours. 

Sarah (and Casey) did a wonderful job at giving the devotional. 
 All nine girls, ready to play musical chairs.
This sweet little girl won musical chairs and received a tea cup as a prize. :) 
The girls also played several rounds of four square and made a tea cup craft. Everyone had such a fun time and hopefully there will be another tea party in the future.  :D 

Ephesians 6:1-3
Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right. Honour thy father and mother; which is the first commandment with promise; That it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth. 

7 comments:

  1. How beautiful. It is so nice to see little girls being little girls. Thank You for sharing this delightful post.
    Marion and Marilyn

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  2. Hey! Love you going to miss theses things that you help put together!! Love sarah

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    1. Well I am so grateful you put this on. I'm going to miss it too. :( Love you!

      Love,
      Ashley

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  3. The watermelon teapot is great! She did an awesome job. And those peti-fours look delicious. I wish I could try some as a midnight snack here!

    When I was a little girl both of my grandmas sent me lovely little tea sets, which I still have. It was a lot of fun to have tea parties!

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    1. :) Those peti fours were delicious. They're dry easy to make, if you are interested in trying them sometime. :) You just get a loaf cake and cut it into small squares, melt some chocolate and coat the squares, decorate, and refrigerate.

      Those tea sets and the tea parties with your grandmas must have been very special. :)

      love,
      Ashley

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  4. Lovely little tea party! That watermelon teapot is very clever!

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