Each girl got an Easter basket that I embellished using scrapbook paper, ribbon on side and their initial. They each got an apron as well to use during their crafts so not to mess up their cute dresses. I hung them on each girl's chair.
Inside their Easter basket was a bunny headband and gloves. Every tea party needs gloves, right? The Easter basket was used for the Easter Egg hunt we had after lunch and dessert.
I just loved the aprons that I found at HomeGoods. I try my best to stay away from HomeGoods because I always find too much stuff that I love and it all wants to go home with me!!
My Maddy modeling her bunny headband. (which lasted all of about a minute- oh well, they were cute)
My assistant and I printed a tutorial off the Internet and made these pinwheels. We were all impressed with ourselves! It was actually really easy and I used the same scrapbook paper that I had made the initials on the Easter baskets.
The menu along with the invitation, food labels and station signs were all created by the ever so talented Kori from Paper and Pigtails! She is amazing and her ETSY shop is full of awesome printables but you can also order custom items as I did for this party!!
I put the fruit in waffle cups and found these gorgeous monogrammed plates at Tuesday Morning.
The menu consisted of turkey and cheese tortilla pinwheels, carrots with hummus, fruit in waffle cups and strawberry milk "tea". I will post part 2 of this party tomorrow of the dessert table and activities.