Oh my, did the Lord bless me this morning..........four little girls and their Grandmother and Aunt all at my table. It was such a sweet time.
I first put on the tablecloth. A sweet blogger friend Gloria and her daughter gave it to me a few years ago. One of my favorite ones I use for a party. Put a nest with two little pullet eggs as the center piece. Simple!
Last night I made the favors. Daisy plants in little terra cotta pots. I slipped them into a clear plastic party bag. Tied a simple ribbon around the top.
I placed a plant on each plate.
Also made up the Garden Hand Soap, put it in little jars. Tied a ribbon and a sprig of lavender, for the Grandmother and Auntie, also gave each a hand crocheted washcloth.
Made up strawberry water. Filled the pitcher with cut up strawberries, ice and sprigs of mint. Filled to the top with water.
Tied a ribbon on the ribbon.
The little Amish girl's baked a flower cake for our party!
The other little girls made cucumber sandwiches.....decorated with little paper umbrellas.
Made Chicken & Asparagus Quiche, used my cake stand I got for Momma's Day......perfect! I also made Strawberry Scones, forgot to take the picture.
Flowers for the table......a must!
The girls wore "dress up tea party clothes"......with hats!
We went around the table and each bowed their heads and told the Lord what they were thankful for today......precious.......Then we ate.
After we ate the girls played with Denali........he was so sweet with the kids!
So many little girls!!!!!!
Then off to see the sheep and baby chicks........hands full, didn't take pic's!
Time to be led on a horse ride!
Then it was time to go home to take care of Gross-mommy. She would have loved coming......we did have her for a party some time back.
They gave me flowers and fresh dill in a neat basket........just in time for making pickles.
One of the little girls had this kitty in a seatbelt facing forward......ready to take it to her house.......with out us knowing.......does this cat look happy.....like it wants to leave the farm? Notta! It is safe here on the farm.
The time was so so fun.
I hope you enjoyed the pic's, one thing missing........You All,
Hugs, from the farm,