Cora’s Princess Tea Party

All Cora wanted for her 4th birthday was a princess tea party.  Originally I planned on having it inside as it is usually unbearably hot in August.  However, we have been having a mild summer so two days before the party I changed all my plans.  I asked Justin’s dad if I could borrow his tent he uses at outdoor art shows.  It didn’t look quite princessy enough.  I found some old mesh Ikea curtains that I had never used.  I cut them in half and tied them to the four corners of the tent.  The night before the party Justin drove to our church and borrowed a bunch of chairs.

A few weeks prior to her party I had ordered two inexpensive tea sets from ebay (highly recommend if you want a pretty tea set for your girl ).  I had gathered bits and pieces of decoration all over the place and somehow it all went together.  I strung Cora’s princess dresses on a line so the little girls could dress up in costume.  I borrowed my cousin Jo’s cupcake recipe and as she promised…they were delicious!

It was a fun little tea party.

My friend Sara was able to take almost all  of these beautiful photos.

 

5 Responses to Cora’s Princess Tea Party

  1. maryanne helms says:

    I have been oohing and aahing over everything in these photos! The party looks awesome. Cora looks great! Elinor’s pig-tails are edible. You look great! And Emma, well..you know I think she looks adorable:).

    There is something about E’s pig-tails though….

    Great job on the party!

  2. susanna says:

    You did a great job! It was so much fun and beautiful as always! :-)

  3. bchallies says:

    It makes me wish I were four!

  4. Betty says:

    So beautiful!! I wish I was there. Grace you have such a gift for making parties beautiful!

  5. LeAnna says:

    Absolutely ADORABLE! Well done, Mama!

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