Hello lovely friends, I am posting this exciting event that I had last weekend. My sisters in the neighborhood, Ate Lizzy and Ate Sarah and their beloved Mommy, Tita Angie, treated me for a tea party for my birthday, yay!!!!! The place is called Johnston House Salon and Spa and it is located somewhere in Pennsylvania.
I have never been to a tea party before so this was such an exciting event for me. I brought my iPod with me so I can take lots of pictures since my Mom wasn't with me.
I like the place, it looks real fancy, like the places that you see in old movies. I am not really good in taking photos though.
Here are more pictures from my iPod. I actually took like a hundred of photos. I am sure that my Mom would post some in her blog too. Of all the sweet treats that we have had, I love the blueberry cake the most. It was super moist that it tasted so good!
Below are photos that Ate Lizzy and Ate Sarah took from their camera-phone.
Aside from the fun boding that we have during the tea party, I also love it when one of the server their told me that whoever taught me to act like a little lady did a pretty good job. Thanks to my Mom's constant reminders about my manners, I finally showcased what I learned from my Mom. I would love to do it again, it was fun! Thank you once again to the Howells family for making me feel like a princess that day!
That's amazing, she does love the tea party with her Ate's and the food does look good tooReplyDelete
You're looking more lovely girl. Great photos of your tea Party experience. I will share you a secret... I've never attended a tea party before. Is the tea serve hot?ReplyDelete
it was shown in the young lady's face that she really had fun with the tea partyReplyDelete
That place looks lovely and the cakes lovelier! I like the fine china. It looks so delicate. You looked like you had a great time, Rylie. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely birthday treat for an equally lovely young lady! Belated happy birthday!ReplyDelete
The pics revealed that you really enjoyed the tea party. Belated happy birthday, little princess!ReplyDelete
This place looks amazing and does remind you of the times when tea parties were real and old fashioned. Happy Belated Birthday !ReplyDelete
Looks like a fancy good time. I wonder how far away this is for me, my daughters would love o go & have a "Fancy Nancy Tea Party" as we call it.ReplyDelete
Tea parties are so much fun! Something every child should experience!ReplyDelete
Wow it looks absolutely gorgeous there!!ReplyDelete
I'm actually planning to host a party like this. I love the set-up, the tiffany chairs and all.ReplyDelete
This looks so cute! I am sure that is was so fun! Your photos are great!ReplyDelete
Oh, such a blessing to have great neighbours you can call family too. :) I kind of miss my neighbours back home :(ReplyDelete
Your tea party looks very splendid dear little Miss. :) Thanks to your neighbourly sisters and Auntie for treating you to a world where etiquette and manners are regarded. Kudos to your mom for reaching you well on how to behave properly in the presence of elders.
Good job Little Ms. Burrito!
The pastries looks delicious and it looks like such a fun tea party..ReplyDelete
Your tea party set-up looks so dainty. I would love to be invited to a party like this as well.ReplyDelete