The Tiny Tea Party

Fruit Name Kabobs TheFoodieChefA few months ago I was approached to cater a kid’s tea party. From the moment I got the call, ideas flooded me with sprinkle everything! I had been eyeing something called Fairy Bread for quite some time and now was my chance to make it. Not to mention these fruit kabobs have been bookmarked in my browser for months now! Creating this menu was so fun and a great chance for colorful creativity.

Jessica, from Paperhearts Photography, took the following photos and hosted the adorable party with a few of her friends. They styled the table perfectly and I seriously wish I could have been a guest when I was 6 years old (or now)!

The menu consisted of name fruit kabobs as place settings, triangle shaped pb&j tea sandwiches, rectangle shaped turkey and cheese tea sandwiches, fairy bread, fairy bites, and vanilla cupcakes with cream cheese frosting and sprinkles.

Paperhearts Photography The Foodie Chef PB&J Triangles The Foodie Chef Heart Shaped Fairy Bread The Foodie Chef Fairy Bites The Foodie Chef Vanilla Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting & Sprinkles The Foodie Chef

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  1. I’m so glad you got pictures of all the beautiful food you made for this party! Those are some very lucky girls. I’m planning a bridal shower for my sister, and I thinking of doing a tea party theme as well. I should find a catering service that can make something similar to this.

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