May 4, 2016

{How about a Cuppa of Tea with a few Princesses}

Someone said to me recently, "Miss Cindy, your family sure does party a lot". LOL! So very true and we love every minute of it!

My granddaughter Kyleigh will be celebrating her 5th birthday May 16 so we decided to do her party a little early and a Grand Party it was! 

Non other than a Princess Tea Party for our Princess Ky. 


When my daughter told me that she wanted to do Ky a Princess Tea Party my heart took about 3 leaps.....Oh yes I do love me a sweet tea party!

Every little Princess immediately found their name tag and sat down to their very own crown, wand and prissy fan.


 

These little girls was princesses indeed. 
 

Each little girl was a different princess. Don't you just love the colors of their dresses? 

The older girls at the party served the young princesses and as you can see they even fanned them to keep them cool. (That's the life now isn't it?)



Princess food was enjoyed as they had Aurora's Forest fruit, Ariel's Waves, Sleeping Beauty Pillows, Princess Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches, Princess Turkey Sandwiches, Princess Pink Punch with Princess Pink Popcorn,Cookies and Cupcakes.


These young Princesses was ready for Princess Pink Punch in their teacups.



They gracefully enjoyed their cuppa of tea punch.


This sweet girl loved her little prissy fan.


After a fine Princess Lunch it was time to do makeup and nails.


My oldest two grandgirls had the honor of putting on their makeup and painting their nails.

Oh my! These little Princesses eagerly waited their turn.









This sweet Princess LOVED her nails.


A Princess can't go wrong when she has freshly painted nails, a hunk of a ring on her finger and lipstick in hand...right?



This Princess needed just a little more lipstick.




And this little Princess loved what she saw!


The little Princesses loved seeing themselves in the mirror with their fine jewels, makeup and nails.


After the nails dried it was time to play pin the lips on the frog.




This frog has lips now! (and several, lol)


Now it was time for Cupcakes and singing Happy Birthday to Princess Kyleigh.


They gathered around Kyleigh and sang. I just love the smile on Ky's face. 


She was surely a Happy little Princess.





Time for presents. YIPPEE!




She even got a Princess doll that looked just like her!


The Princesses found our newest baby Princess and had to have their picture made with her.


But this little Princess slept through the party!


Each Princess had her own princess bag and needless to say it was filled with lots of goodies to take home.
They couldn't wait to get their bags filled. 


Each Princess also carried home a sweet little flower.


Just one more hug before leaving.


Not sure they want the party to end.
 


This Princess had so much fun that she just had to twirl!


And Princess Ky had a wonderful Princess Tea Party Birthday celebration.


 Just think! Our Lord Jesus knew each of these little princesses before conception and His Word tells us He has a plan for their lives. Jeremiah 29:11 says,
 "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". 
These little girls are indeed our future generation of women. It's my prayer that God will use them in a great and mighty way to show Himself to a lost world. 

Thanks so much for tagging along with me for my granddaughter's Princess Tea Birthday Celebration. 

Be sure to pop over and visit.

  

Hugs and blessings, Cindy 

36 comments:

  1. Goodness gracious Cindy! I would say your grandgirl indeed had herself a wonderful Princess Tea party for her birthday. Loved all the pictures.It won't be long before that new grandgirl will be able to join in on the fun. She looks like a baby doll. Sharing your post with Paula who is planning a party for her 7 year old niece. She may borrow these ideas.
    Connie Royals

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    1. Thanks Connie. Yes please share with your friend the party ideas. I always love to see the ideas of others. Our youngest princess is indeed a doll baby.

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  2. I can see Kyleigh enjoyed being a birthday princess! What a party. These are memories your family will always cherish. I love how you do it all. I think you should write a book. I learn so much from your enthusiasm and style. I wish I lived closer to my grandchildren so I could do this more. I do "kid's mail" really well. It's kind of like getting a party in the mail. Ha. Love you, dear Cindy, you always brighten my day.

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    1. Awe...thank you so much for the kind words. I love your "kid's mail" too. What a sweet thing to do and I would do that too if my grands wasn't nearby. Glad you stopped by.

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  3. This is the cutest, sweetest thing! The decor and food, activities, etc ...all perfect for a princess tea party! I remember throwing a similar one for my youngest quite a few years ago now! Maybe I should do a throwback blog post about it. It made me want to look at the pics again! Happy Birthday to Kylie!!

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    1. Thanks Heather. She had a wonderful time. The funny thing is that because she had her party early she now thinks she already 5! LOL!

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  4. Awww...the most darling of princesses. I loved the clasped hands and the shy smiles. Somebody...the Queen I suppose...knows how to throw a party.

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    1. Thanks Vee. Our Princess Kyleigh had a wonderful time at her party.

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  5. Oh, my mercy....y'all really do know how to throw a party. I'd love to have thrown on some lipstick and joined in. Ruby Kate would have had a ball...she's all about anything girlie and pink. You're just the best Nana...and I love how you tied it all in to how much God loves His princesses. I love your heart for Jesus, my sweet Friend. It's such a privilege...and a blessing.... to know you.

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    1. I wish Ruby Kate could have been here as she surely would have loved the party. My daughter Melissa came up with all the ideas. I just helped her WORK! She is a chip off the old block! LOL!

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  6. Oh my goodness, Cindy....just lovely!! I want to be a princess for the day, just like your granddaughter. BEAUTIFUL.

    Thank you sweet friend the smiles. Blessings

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    1. Thank you Linda. The girls sure had a grand time.

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  7. Hi Cindy! If you lived closer to my daughter, I'd have you do a party for my grands! They LOVE the princesses, and I recognized many of the dresses your little guests had on.
    What a great idea to have them stuff their own goodie bags! It's an activity, and they get to see everything before they go. Love that! And I love the older ones doing the honors of the nail polish. Perfect! (That pink royal draping was wonderful.)
    Great job!!
    Ceil

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    1. Thanks Ceil. The girls loved it all. Happy Mother's day to you my friend.

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  8. What a perfect theme for your darling princess!! All the girls looked like they had so much fun, and you thought of everything...tiaras, manicures, lipstick, yummy party food and take home party favors. I loved your message at the end of your post...so perfect! Thank you for the inspirational ideas.

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    1. Thank you Kitty! The girls had fun for sure.

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  9. This is so adorable! Those little girls are positively beaming in every picture. It looks like you all thought of every single details for your grand daughter to have the perfect party. Pinning.

    Happy TOHOT and Happy Mother's Day. :)

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    1. Thanks so much Stacey. Happy Mother's Day to you.

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  10. Oh my, what a darling and oh-so-precious tea party! Everything is simply delightful and the smiles on te girls face is proof that they had a wonderful time :)

    Have a blessed weekend and a joyous Mother's Day. Hugs!

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    1. Stephanie, they enjoyed every minute. Happy Mother's day to you.

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  11. Oh Cindy, How nice to honor your granddaughter and the other princesses in such a royal way. They look adorable and you can tell they have a wonderful time.
    Great pictures to record the event.
    You have a beautiful and generous heart. I know your grands are learning so much from you.

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    1. Thanks Bonnie. The girls had a wonderful time.

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  12. Goodness Cindy!! This party is over the top! Makes me want to be a kid again too :) Y'all did a fantastic job and provided everything a Princess could ask for...down to the smallest of details! Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful Princess party with us!!

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  13. Dear Cindy, what s joy to come along with you to the sweet tea party. The birthday girl is adorable and her smile beautiful. Looks like all the girls enjoyed a special time. God bless them all. The newest little angel is precious!!
    Wishing you a wonderful Mother's Day.
    Blessings co

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  14. Oh gosh, how cute! These princesses are just adorable!! Our little 6 year old Saydee had a princess party last year as well. Loved seeing all those cuties dressed as princesses. Her mom already has planned her 7th birthday in Sept. They are going to have a fairy party and the friends will each make a little fairy garden. I pick up anything that will work whenever I am out thrifting. Love the photos of the girls admiring their makeup! Happy Birthday to your sweet Kyleigh!
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Oh I love the idea of a fairy birthday party! What fun that will be for the little girls. Thanks for popping in to visit with me Jann.

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  15. Cindy, this is the most delightful and beautiful tea party I have ever seen! They all look beautiful and happy. Happy Mother's Day to you, my cherished friend. :)

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    1. Thanks Linda! The girls sure enjoyed themselves. Now her mama and me was TIRED! LOL!

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  16. She is a beautiful little princess and a very lucky girl.

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  17. Thanks so much for stopping by, Cindy!! Loved this post! Such a great idea for a little girl's birthday party! This would be a great idea for a business!! Thanks so much for stopping by! Happy Mother's Day to you!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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    1. Thanks Debbie. So funny that you said that about a business. I actually had several ladies at church tell me that me and daughters should go into a small business and do parties for girls. The problem is in my neck of the woods no one wants to pay you! LOL! They think your time is free! Thanks for stopping by to visit Debbie.

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  18. Oh Cindy, I agree with 'Saleslady' you should definitely pen a book on how to throw the most perfect themed parties! I also bet all the mums wanted copies of your gorgeous photos, they preserve those happy memories so brilliantly xx

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Thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog. Have a blessed day!
Hugs and blessings, Cindy