Kaia is 6 years old! Both/all of my nieces have the same birthday. At least we could be with one of them on their birthday. This year Kaia had a tea party for 13 little munchkin girls.
My sister made name cards for each girl and each food dish. We hung tool, tied bows, double-sticked tape, and hot-glue gunned all around the house.
The really delicious part. Everything was mini!! It was dangerous because you think you're not eating that much and just picking, but 10 mini quiches plus 5 chocolate chip scones and 3 bundt cakes add up.
|Parents/waiters served the girls tea and seconds for food. The girls went nutso for the "flour cookies" aka Russian Tea Cakes.|
The first activity the girls did was to decorate their own tea party hat that they wore throughout the day.
After lunch, they played games based around a sugar cube. Honestly, I was decorating my own tea party hat and eating so I have no idea what they were doing. I heard shrieks of joy, so I'm sure they had fun. Di-C was the perfect game master.
Three little boys attended the tea party. My nephew, brother of the birthday girl, and our two cousins, whose sister also attended. So I guess it was obligatory on their part. They had fun playing and had requested to eat their lunch at a "table with no women."
|It's not a tea party without a fancy shmancy hat.|
|The party planner and birthday girl.|