Inside the table was all set in pink and they ate various kinds of goldfish crackers, fruit, and cupcakes. We went to a thrift store and found little cups and saucers so each girl drank their tea out of a special cup and saucer which they got to take home, along with their hats, as party favours.
It was such a fun party to celebrate our girl turning five. And I would be remiss if I didn't do a shout out to my friend, Kendyll. Kendyll's daughter had a tea party for one of her birthdays and invited Rachel and I stole most of my ideas from her. It was just too much fun, and too sweet, to only experience once!