May 14, 2017

Princess Fruit Wands and Mother's Day Tea Party

 Happy Mother's Day friends!

 I am one blessed Mama, with two beautiful, sweet little girls who have made me oh so happy! 
To celebrate Mother's Day we had a fun tea party at a local park a couple weeks ago. 
We dressed up, made bite size treats, brewed chocolate tea, and I even brought along my Nana's fancy china tea set! We had a wonderful time and I will cherish the photos always! 
Scroll down to see all the Mama and Me Tea Party pictures and the girls' favorite play date snack: Princess Fruit Wands!
My littlest lady, Stella Rose, 
enjoying a Princess Fruit Wand during our afternoon tea party in the park.
 
So many treats, so much fun!
Tea Party Photos by Lisa Anne Photography


Ingredients:

Makes 16 wands
  • 16 large strawberries
  • 32 green grapes
  • 32 blueberries

Directions:

  1. Start with 2 packs of small wands {16 total}, cleaned and dried. 
  2. Poke holes in the center of fruit, threading them on to the wand.
  3. I add blueberries, grapes, and one large strawberry in the center.
  4. Place on a plate and repeat with remaining wands and fruit.
  5. Cover and chill until ready to serve.

I found these small star princess wands at the Dollar Tree. 8 packs are only $1.
 You can also find similar at Party City.
You can use whatever fruit you want, multiple colors, as long as you can poke a hole in them and thread them on the wand. I like strawberries, blueberries, and grapes.
Poke holes in the center of fruit, threading them on to the wand.
I add blueberries, grapes, and one large strawberry in the center.
Place on a plate and repeat with remaining wands and fruit.
Cover and chill until ready to serve.
 My little loves are so perfect! I adore these photos!
Always cracking each other up!
Tea party fun with my ladies.
Mama's girls!
My silly baby girls.
Stella loved the princess fruit wands and they made the perfect picnic tea party treat.

 Tea Party Photos by Lisa Anne Photography
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4 comments:

  1. Fruit on a stick is my favorite!

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  2. This looks like a wonderful way to spend Mother's Day! You're one lucky momma :)

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  3. What a sweet little tea party! I did something similar with my daughter a few times, and she loved it.

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  4. Umm this is the cutest idea ever of all time!!! I love this so much and os would my girls! THANK YOU!!!

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