Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Charli's American Girl Tea Party

This weekend we hosted Charli Beth's 8th birthday party for her and her friends. Second grade seems to be the year of American Girls doll because the obsession has been a true overload. Charli knew right away what party theme she wanted as soon as the planning began. 





We quickly started going to antique booths and vendors to find cheap tea cups. In spending money for tea cups, I knew I would have to justify it in some form or fashion. So I decided that giving the cups as a part of their party favors would be the best idea and yes, the girls seemed to be very excited that they could keep them! 




When the girls came into the party they were immediately served cinnamon rolls and strawberry fruit tea. 






After their "Warm Welcome" we helped each girl make necklaces for themselves and their dolls. 



We quickly transitioned into snack time after the necklaces were made. I could be wrong but I think this was one of Charli's favorite times. The girl loves food and especially the fact that I made my "famous meatballs" as she says. {Totally not famous but I will take it.} 





The girls finished eating fairly quickly and went off to play time with their dolls while others went back for second helpings. 



While the girls played my MIL, Mother and sister in law cleaned tea cups to bag for each girl to take home. This was most defenitly the easiest and budget friendly idea even though maybe not the most practical for my helpers. I also made the dolls party hats, which were SO simple to make. 




Charli asked her Meme to make a strawberry cake for her birthday. It seems that the party was pretty strawberry oriented, and we did not even mean for it to be. 


The girls watched Charli open her gifts then she blew out her candle so they could all enjoy cake. They were quickly back to playing in minutes, and the party was coming to a end. 


Charli Beth seemed to really love this party and all of the time spent with her friends. The girl who never gets sleepy, was worn out by the time we arrived home. Although that did not stop her from playing with all of her new items. 

I must thank all of my family and friends that went far and beyond with putting forth an extra hand with this party! 



5 comments:

Kelley said...

This is the cutest idea EVER! Every detail is so thought out.

Mrs Gable said...

That is the cutest party!

Lollipops & Pig Tails said...

Oh my goodness, my 5 year old will have a fit when I she her this.
Great party!

Lexie Loo, Lily, Liam, and Dylan Too! said...

What an amazing party! You did a great job!

Brian & Ashley said...

Adorable! Happy Birthday!

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