Ella and I chose a Bee Theme for this week's garden tea party.
Here's Ella in her pretty tea party dress. She choose the table covering to complement our dishes, teacups, teapot, and napkins. Of course, she had her toenails and fingernails painted, and her hair beachwaved again.
Isn't this the cutest beehive teapot? It came from HomeGoods before the Covid. Ella decided that she wanted iced tea in it, and still use our pretty teacups, which was perfect for our Texas heat! Ella chose Ahmad's Lemon Lime Twist tea, and she declared it as "interesting". Let's just say that it wasn't our cup of tea!!!
These are our pretty napkins that we used.
Ella set the table, and she chose a bee teacup that my daughter had given me, and I chose a Mary Engelbreit one that a friend had given me. We used my plaid plates. We had some homemade pimento cheese and some Boursin cheese and crackers, along with our salads.
Ella sliced the strawberries with my egg slicer and arranged them on our lettuce, along with some roasted pecans, feta cheese, and chopped chicken.
We enjoyed our time together and played Old Maids and Uno afterwards.
Ella's sister, Avery, wanted to go to a cupcake place, and that sounded great to me! However, the place closed at 6 pm, and we sadly had to change plans and get some gelato.
My grandsons, Riley and Caiden wanted to go get wings after their football camp, and I was happy to take them. The restaurant took our temperature before we were seated, and we were spread far apart inside from other tables.
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: