As a busy mom, when my daughter asks to have a tea party, the first thoughts that come to my mind are that sounds like work and I don't have time! And because I'm not a creative person, the idea of pulling off a tea party sounds overwhelming too. The solution? Let my daughter do all the planning and work, without spending much money!
This book is a compilation of some delightful tea parties my daughter has created and planned. There is a fun theme for each month of the year. They are all simple, so girls can implement them on their own with ease or with a little help from their busy moms.
It's all here, from invitations, name cards, and activity ideas, to table decorations, menus, and recipes. With all the work done for you, the next time your daughter says, "Mom, can I have a tea party?" you can happily respond, "Sure, let's take a look at A Girl's Guide to Tea Parties and get started."
~ Debbie Wilson (Katherin'es Mom)
Katherine Wilson ("Kat") was 14 years old when she wrote this guide. She's surrounded by six brothers and one adoring younger sister. She likes to read, play volleyball, bake, make things, play flute, and have tea parties!