Boo helped me design the invites. I think they turned out great - we already had springy floral scrapbook paper from another project, so the envelopes were the only expense! It was so fun for all the little girls to have something to look forward to at the conclusion of school. I know ours was excitedly stuck to our fridge, and marked on the calendar!
|"Wear your prettiest dress, and your hair straight or in curls.|
We're having a tea party just for the girls!"
It was a really warm spring, so we decided it would be best to have a nice cool menu of fruit, flavored water (tea) and Glaus' petit fours, of course. What's a tea party w/o cake? Tim was kind to come early and help with cutting fruit and setting up tables. Dad ordered a special bow tie for the occasion, but it failed to arrive on time. We still think he looked great! He greeted everyone at the door, and directed them to the backyard.
The tables were decorated with cloths and napkins with candy bracelet rings. The girls all helped gather flowers for the vases, and set the tables with cups and saucers. The "getting ready" for the event was almost more fun than the event itself!