Little Princess Tea Party} Food

by on November 17, 2009
in Party Food, Tea Party

This post is part two in a series of three.

As I mentioned in the first post , we were on a limited budget for this tea party.  

We also ended up feeding about 50 people although that is not how many I had planned on. There was a little communication glitch and I had actually planned on half that many!!

Thanks to the fact that I always err on the side of excess and  a last minute call to my sweet husband to fix some more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches we did o.k!

Our tea party menu included:

Heart shaped peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  Since we knew our tea party audience would be young we went for kid friendly food. I found this great heart shaped sandwich cutter at a Harry & David’s outlet store but you can also order one here

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It is the perfect shape to take advantage of the entire peace of bread with very little waste!

White chocolate dipped strawberries with pink sugar sprinkles

Grapes

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Cupcakes, of course!  I took the easy route with this one and used a cake mix but did make the frosting from scratch!  I did up one batch of white cupcakes with pink frosting and another of chocolate with white frosting and pink sprinkles. I found some cute pink and white polka dot cupcake liners that worked perfect.

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We served lemonade to the little ones but the grown ups enjoyed some tea – a nice selection of regular and herbal!

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Several of the “maids” from the show came down to help us serve – they were so cute!

Fairly simple and easy tea party food!

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4 Responses to “Little Princess Tea Party} Food”
  1. 1

    Love the whole look of this tea party. Makes me glad I have 2 girls. Eventually one of them will want to do one, right?
    I can’t remember if I asked you what kind of glue you used to glue the tea cups together?

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    Leigh Anne says:

    I used E6000 which I got at Michaels.

  3. 3
    Linda says:

    Too cute!

    Have you ever shared your frosting recipe? It looks yummy! Also, I usually just spread my icing on with a knife but need to starting using bags and specialized tips. Any recommendations?

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    Tamara says:

    n! Fun! Fun! I pack 20 boxes and then I get to check my e-mail. Thanks for the fun ideas! With 4 precioius grand daughters, we love having tea parties. I even hand carried a tea set home from China.

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