- A Blanket
- Table and chairs (optional)
- A pretty centerpiece
- Milk for the little ones
- Turtle Brownies or Cream Cheese Brownies from The Bakery at Walmart
- Starbucks Caffe Verona Coffee purchased from Walmart
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What a sweet little party! Your daughter is adorable and I love all things Starbucks. 🙂
Ashley S says
YUM! Those Turtle Brownies look amazing 🙂
Thrifty and Chic Mom says
Adorable post,I love the delicious pairings we tried holiday blend with cinnamon rolls yum, now we need to try this pairing for the afternoon!
Jennifer Wagner says
I love Starbucks and buy it all the time, for home and to go drinks.
Debra Ann Elliott says
Yummy and cute.
Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects says
This is a beautiful idea. I love, LOVE it and she looks like she is having a fabulous time! I can’t wait to take a Starbucks break (complete with such awesome-looking brownies) with my kiddo when she is older!! 😉
You know I love me some Starbucks!!
Emily Dicks says
How cute! Can’t wait for my little one to get just a little bit bigger so we can have parties together!
Such a sweet tea party! I can’t wait until DD1 is older! She loves having pretend tea parties now!
What a beautiful idea. The brownies are making me hungry. Enjoyed the post. Thanks.
Oh, how sweet! I need to clean up our backyard, for outdoor tea party!
Kelly R says
This was a great idea. The brownies look good and the picture is so pretty.
What a cute idea! My daughter would love this!
Living on Love and Cents says
This looks so good! She is precious. I am going to pin it now http://www.pinterest.com/hbrummett . Thanks so much for linking up at our pin party! Come back next Thursday! ~Heather
Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in Parenting says
Oh my goodness, how adorable is this!? How sweet are you!!
Laurie @ Simply Creating Home says
What a fun and sweet way to spend an afternoon with your daughter!
Annabelle Lea says
My daughter and I have had many a tea party- but never outside (cue “duh!” ringing in my head) and never with real sweets. We must do this… after all the snow melts, of course 🙂
First of all – I am WAY behind. congrats on your triple blessing! Secondly, I do brew Starbucks at home. I have never purchased their ground coffee, I have only had the whole beans, but we have a little burr grinder. When I grind it myself I make it in the French press. I got a Keurig for Christmas in 2011 from my dear husband – and I was apprehensive about having to buy K cups all the time. I know it is a money saver if you were stopping somewhere everyday and buying coffee, but I was already brewing it at home….BUT, the clever man got me one of the My K-cup attachments that lets you use your own ground coffee in the Keurig. Yay! I do keep some K cups on hand, and I treat myself once or twice a week to the fun of using one.
I have had Caffe Verona, yum..I actually also like their Blonde Roast quite a bit.
Now, to pull myself away from coffee talk – what a great idea you had to give your little one some mommy/daughter time. Bonus – a tea party is a “sitting down” activity,so you could get some rest as well!
Happy 2013 to you and all your followers – I will hopefully be keeping up better in this new year!
Jessica White says
This is adorable! Thanks for sharing your special time. I have 3 children (5, 3, 1) and we do tea parties all the time, sometimes just for lunch. I think they love these little impromptu shared times at home more than anything! I’m pinning your sweet party for inspiration
Congrats on your upcoming triple blessings!
p.s. if you want to see one of our “throw together” tea parties for future ideas, visit here: http://www.ahumblecreation.com/2013/01/princess-tea-party-diy-birthday-or-just.html
Rachel O. says
How cute and adorable and precious is this! I’ve been eating up all of the “special time” with kids ideas as the husband and I get ready to have children. I love this special day you created for your daughter. And good luck with the triplets! They are going to be such cuties 🙂 Quite a handful (my cousin had twins, then triplets 2 years later!) but they sure are the most wonderful type of joy.
How FUN!!! I bet your daughter LOVED spending time with you! You coffee looks yummy and I love that you use it to “jump start” the rest of your day.:)
This is really a sweet idea! Kids grow up so fast! Some of my most special memories is having tea parties with my girls! I DO love the coffee twist. I especially love turtle brownies! Thanks for sharing at One Creative Weekend!
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What a sweet and precious moment with your daughter!!! Thanks so much for sharing.
Cathy Trochelman says
This is seriously so cute – what a special afternoon for you and your daughter! Thanks for the inspiration…one on one time with kiddos is so important and this was a good reminder of that 🙂
A to Zebra Celebrations says
Super sweet! My girls love coffee 🙂 I hope you stop by to link- http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/01/link-party-3.html
The Quiet Mom says
So sweet. I love how you set the picnic table!
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yum! I love how chocolate and coffee go together. This looked like so much fun
I’ll be over this afternoon to have a break with the both of you! 🙂
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! I’m looking forward to seeing what you link up this evening! 🙂
Emily Morgenstern says
So fun!! I need to do this with my little sweetie 🙂