LITTLE GIRL’S TEA PARTY

Welcome to the 48th Tea Time Tuesday  
Today in my parlor my Granddaughter’s had a guest join them for a Tea Party
My Granddaughter Hannah, is four years old
My Granddaughter, Brianna is three years old
 My friend Earlene’s Granddaughter, Maggie she is six years old
Earlene made a video of their Tea Party, I was not dressed, and hope she did not get me in the video! lol
I even made a few mistakes, for I have never been video during a Tea

 The three girls are ready to start the Tea Party!

 Cheese cake, Strawberry pastry, and two types of cookies.
Maggie and her Grandmother made the cookies today, as I got the table ready for Tea
The cupids I made from ceramics and painted years ago.
Notice the wonderful trunk, Maggie brought it full of dresses 
The little girls loved looking at all the dresses in the trunk
Oh, yes they are planning another Tea Party!
Many to pick from!
What a lovely way to spend the afternoon, teaching little girls about Tea, Dresses, and Sheep!
 I think Earlene and I enjoyed this Tea as much as the three lovely little girls!
As we served Hot Tea, I decided to pour, usually Hannah pours and serves. I know she was disappointed, for she always is the hostess when she an Brianna have Tea.
Brianna is thinking, I placed my napkin on the table, oh should I leave the table?
Strawberry preserves for the cheese cake is in a little crystal bowl
While they had the Tea Party, we talked of my sheep, and how I spin the sheep’s wool, 
and knit, weave. We even looked out to the pasture to let Maggie see the baby lambs, next time we will visit the barn, for today it was too wet, to go out in their lovely dresses!
Brianna wears a dress from Maggie’s trunk
Hannah decided to wear a dress of her own
Maggie wore a dress from her trunk also
All the little girls in their fancy finery already for Tea
How they loved the shoes from Maggie’s trunk
Yes, they love Fancy dresses and pretty shoes
As they had Tea, I talked with each on how to stir the sugar,
 and milk without making a jingling sounds in their teacup. How not use the sugar spoon to stir your own tea. Where to place your spoon after you have stirred your Tea. Then how to look in your Teacup as you sip your Tea, no we do not sip our Tea from a spoon.
They love pouring their own milk, and adding the sugar. 
The little girls had Hot Tea, Tasha Tudor’s Breakfast Tea, the milk helps cool it down, 
for safety, I did pour each cup. They loved seeing the tea leaves as they were caught in the strainer,
 and placed back into it little cup.
What could be more lovely than seeing my Granddaughters, adoring their fancy dresses
Maggie and Hannah playing dress up, tie the bow on Brianna’s dress.
Yes, Maggie has invited them to come to a Tea Party in her play house.

Maggie is was so happy with her bow
Maggie, now takes the time to fluff out the dress
The girls are using a Tea Set, my sister gave to me years ago.
Notice the tea napkins, and the cupid napkin rings I made too.
The table cloth a resent find for $1.00 at a garage sale.
A sheep and lamb sits in the center, as I have 3 new baby lambs born.
A little place setting using demitasse teacups, and flatware
We talked of the spearmint leaves on the cream cheese cake,
 Yes, you can make, 
Tea, I crushed a leaf and let Maggie smell
How Lovely and Charming are these three lovely girls!
Thank  you Maggie for coming to Tea!
Thank You for Joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
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Lady Katherine
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19 thoughts on “LITTLE GIRL’S TEA PARTY

  1. What sweet memories you are creating for these little girls. I can imagine that they will want to do this frequently. You are a terrific hostess!

  2. Oh what adorable litle girls, Katherine! So nice to see them lean so early in life, they are going to grow up to be gracious southern ladies. The tea party looked so much fun, so pretty…Christine

  3. What a fun tea! the girls all look like little princesses and they look like they are having so much fun and making wonderful memories!

  4. I can’t think of many more enjoyable ways to spend a day than with such sweet little girls, especially granddaughters, having a tea party and dress up! What fun. Your youngest granddaughter sure does look like you.

    The little girls must have been very eager to dispense with the picture taking ( mine usually are ) and get on with the dress-up and eating.

    That big trunk of dress-up clothes is super special. I want one.

  5. Hello, Lady,
    I so enjoyed the tiny girls and their tea party. They are all so sweet and the tea was so pretty.

    I have only coffee and pie for my post today but will do a nice tea for you very soon. 🙂

    I pray things are going well for you right now..
    my love, bj

  6. What a warm and charming party for a wet, cold day!! The light on the little ones is just lovely, and I know all you ladies had a wonderful time.

    We DO love a dress-up tea, and we’ll be going out to tea in a couple of weeks—a gift from DDIL and Sweetpea for Christmas—a lovely afternoon in a tea room. We’ll wear hats and gloves to the party, and I can’t wait.

    Until, we’ll just have our own little afternoons, getting all the manners and niceties JUST RIGHT for our first outing.

    Your girls look as if they could go to tea with the Queen, and fit right in.

  7. What a sweet post, Katherine! Your little girls are darling and what a spread. Just lovely. So very inviting and cozy. Thanks for hosting today.
    ~ Lynn at Cottage and Creek

  8. Hello there sweet lady!

    Your darlings are just little teaparty angels in pastel dresses!.., I ‘oohed and aahed’ with sheer delight all the way through your delightful afternoon tea post this week dearest lady Katherine!

    God bless you and yours!

    Cheers, blessings and hugs from Wanda Lee

  9. This is the Sweetest Post EVER! The girls look like Fairy Princesses…They are all so pretty. Oh they must have LOVED playing dress up and will remember this all their lives… You have given them SUCH a wonderful Memory…Love it!
    Hugs to you,
    Donna

  10. I do enjoy tea parties. And yours looks simply delightful…what yummy-licious goodies, and sweet company. And just think of the fond memories you’ve created for those sweet girls.

    I do agree, Lady Katherine, that curled up in a cozy spot on a cold day with a cup of hot tea and a knitting or crocheting project is wonderful.

    Blessings to you,
    Marianne

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