Tea Time

This morning we went to a Victorian Tea at Homeland Heritage Park with some of our neighbors. The event was put on by the county and it was their first time hosting something like this. It was so much fun and I loved having some one-on-one time with my girls.

We all dressed up this morning and the girls each got to pick a hat or bonnet to wear once we got there. Each place setting had its own china tea cup and saucer and a plate full of scones and cookies. Once we were all seated, they came around and let us choose the flavor of tea we wanted and gave us a plate with finger sandwiches on it. They also had punch for the little ones, but both of my girls wanted to try the hot tea - Lillian had peach mango and Ella had vanilla caramel. After the tea party ended, we got to wander around the park and check out all the old buildings - including a school house, church and old barn.

I am amazed that they were able to offer an event like this for free - such a fun experience and very well-organized. We will definitely go back if they do it again!

1 comment:

Ella said...

so fun! the girls looked so cute!