It’s party time again! Brittney is celebrating another birthday and this time I went with a Renaissance theme!
Our first winter here in upstate New York has proven to be quite snowy and cold. We all had to buy New York coats as our North Carolina coats… well… they just didn’t cut it. It started snowing on October 31st and has yet to let up. With December being Brittney’s birthday I wanted to have a party so she could invite all her new friends she has met since we moved here in August. With all the snow and extremely low temperatures a LUAU came to mind! 🙂
The last part of the Etiquette Party was the craft. I had the girls make a pillow to carry home with them. I always try to incorporate a craft that will last and that the children can have for years to come as a keepsake.
Today I am sharing the Etiquette lesson part of the party. When the young ladies arrived they were escorted to their table. I always assign a adult to each table and instruct them to try to get the girls talking to one another. The girls had never met their table companions but as resilient as children are the conversations began to flow.
The tables were covered with white tablecloths and we made sure to use child-sized teacups and saucers. Even the food prepared by our bakery was made with a smaller size and taste in mind, suitable for children.