Princess Tea Party Pictures are ready to see! What a great time we had. It was lots of fun but I must say, this NANA was wore out! Someone asked me, "Why would you go to that trouble and expense? Well, LOOK AT THESE PICTURES and you will see why! I loved it!
The little girls loved the makeup needless to say. I had three ladies help to put their makeup on. The pink gloves you see laying on the stand belonged to my oldest daughter who is now 32 years old.
|The Candy Buffet was the hit! The dress on the dress form was one of the many proms dresses that belonged to my middle daughter. Of course my all-time favorite little tea set.|
The pretty tablescape I used with the tea pots and snack dishes really gave it the TEA PARTY feel! The ladies had the cloth napkins but I used paper napkins for the little girls and instead of using ribbon I used a ring to go around each napkin. The little girls loved it! At each setting for the girls they had a wand, and a goody bag filled. They could hardly eat for wanting to get into the goody bag!
Another view of the tablescape along with the tissues balls I had hanging and prom dresses hung all over my porch! Of course with 3 daughters and all of them with dresses I couldn't possibly hang them up all.
The front door held the sign and the lounge seat held all the little gifts the girls received from the Queen! Which so happened to be me! It was my party after all!
Queen Cynthia of Conner's Pond (It was so much fun to dress up in my one my daughter's old prom dresses)
Another look at the Candy!!!! Big hit with the girls...Not so sure about the mama's though!
This was my youngest princess.....
And my oldest Princess....
Now the fun begins with the makeup session
I love this picture. These cute little girls are being so patient as they wait their turn!
The girls had tea party guests; Miss Queenie and Princess Puppy!
Or...we could take the bows off and you'd have; King &Prince.
Each girl received a small gift to open. You would have thought it was Christmas time!
Yep, either she is REAL EXCITED or this is down right scarey!
This was the cutest thing to me! I had placed a glass slipper (plastic) on each gift and Kiley was trying her best to see if the glass slipper fit! Of course the girls had just had story time...None other than Cinderella!
Then the Fashion show begins. The girls had a variety of clothing, jewelry, shoes, purses and etc. to pick from. Then each girl came out and paraded around for us. So cute!
I hope you have enjoyed the Princess Tea Party with me. .....dreams STILL do come true!