Thursday, June 25, 2009

Flip-Flop Tea for Kids

Pink and green buckets from Hobby Lobby were perfect for our recent pool party, filled with finger foods. Sand pails from Dollar Tree were great for the boys.

Kids Menu

Plastic fish toothpick skewers with ham and Colby-jack cheese cubes

Fruit skewers with fresh strawberries, pineapple and grapes

Blueberry muffins

Goldfish snack crackers

Flip-flop cookies

I packed all the children's buckets identically but piled extra food on platters so the children could graze on their favorites throughout the afternoon.

Bottled waters with scrapbook-paper labels were a refreshing treat on a hot day. A teacup stuffed with individual-serving-size packets of Crystal Light and Kool-Aid gave the children a variety of flavor options.

Each child's place was cute and colorful with a bucket of food, personalized water bottle, flip-flops and name card. See yesterday's post for directions on decorating flip-flops.

Still to come, the mommies' tea party menu and directions for making a floral teapot arrangement.


Angelika said...

Oh so lovely .... makes me want to tell my 'kids', 'hurry up and produce some grandkids!' LOL

Well, I am following your blog, and maybe one day I will make good use of the fabulous material you show. (grands ... ha!) :-))

Mrs. G said...

How adorable! Love all the flip flop goodies. What lucky children.

E and T said...

Hi Melissa

What a beautiful treat to have a place at that table. Everything is stunning and adorable in every way.


Shelley in SC said...

You have the most amazing, wonderful, creative ideas! Thanks so much for sharing!

parTea lady said...

All your pool party ideas are just great. What fun! Can't wait to see what you did for the mommie's tea party.

Allidink said...

So cute! Yay homegoods, that water looks good right now I am thirsty LOL.

All the best,

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Just as cute as can be, Melissa! You outdid yourself yet again!!! Loved it!


Sheila :-)

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