Tiny Tea PartyPosted: September 9, 2016
In an attempt to keep my daughter’s birthday low-key this year, Cozette got to invite three friends to a tiny tea party brunch. I created a soft backdrop with light food and let them focus on being the girly, silly little four-year-olds that they are. 😉
Brother got to attend but had to hang back during tea time and try to play calm and gentle games with the girls. He’ll learn… 🙂My favorite double-stuffed balloons from luftballoons are always a hit with the kids, making a great addition to any children’s party or any gathering really! The ribbons weighted them down a bit, but the height you see them at is the exact hight they were floating too and I used glue dots to keep them all together in a nice tiered shape.
My extra long “window scarf” or valance curtains have come in handy with so many parties! A couple of thumb tacks, some draping, and voila! I created the vines from “bushes” bought at Hobby Lobby, I attached dozens of branches together by cutting with wire cutters and securing with floral wire to make one very long vine.
The adorable ChiqueDesign cake topper we used at Cozette’s Bubbles and Tiffany 3rd birthday party was the perfect addition to this celebration too. Although it’s paper I can easily keep it, stored flat, for years. I love cake toppers that can be used multiple times and this one is just perfect.
Happy Birthday my dear!