November 18, 2008

It's Tea Party Time!

Yay! So far, my day has been going GREAT! First thing: I woke up at 7:32 (Is that exact enough for you?). Second thing: I put on my new warm, fuzzy slippers!

Hehe :) Third thing: Stayed in the kitchen for the next 4 hours. Why? Because it was time to get ready for the tea party, that's why! That's what made my day so special! The table was SO pretty! Here's what it looked like:

The guests arrived around 11:00. The guests were Davene Fisher and her boys Josiah, David and Tobin. Amanda Driver came with her 5 month old boy, Nolan. Josiah, David and Joelle sat at the 'little peoples' table!

Here was our menu:
Chocolate Christmas trees (Made from molds we got at (Guess where) Michaels :)

This is my Grandma's china. If you hold it up to a light, you can see the figures on the inside.

Mom and I drizzled chocolate over pretzel rods.

Mini PB&J sandwiches.


Jenny's famous scones!

White chocolate party mix.

Russel Stover chocolates (This was a real treat because we NEVER get Russel Stover 'cause it's to expensive).

Instead of having a whole bunch of teapots sitting around, we had a bowl full of tea stuff so they could make their own!

I helped the little ones make turkey cupcakes. They didn't end up looking like turkeys. More like cupcakes with chocolate icing and reeses pieces!

Corn Chowder soup. Yum!

Joelle anxiously awaiting her playmates!

Boy, our guests sure were cute!


How can you not want to hold him???

After the guests left, Mom and I cleaned up the kitchen. It didn't take long at all because before everyone arrived, we cleaned all the dishes and such. After the kitchen was cleaned and the dishes were put away, I relaxed...

... in my beautiful, pink, fuzzy slippers!

2 Friend(s) Commented:

bekahcubed November 18, 2008 at 7:25 PM  

How very fun. Sounds like a marvelous way to spend a day.

Davene November 22, 2008 at 11:13 PM  

Thanks, Emily (and family!). We had such a wonderful time!!! :)

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