Favors and programs sat on my dining room table ready to be transported to the banquet facility on Saturday morning, May 10th.
72 ladies signed-up to attend the Spring Tea at Sycamore Hills Golf Club this year, and 71 attended. My hubby and I arrived at the facility at 9:30 a.m. to get all the tables decorated before the tea began at 11:00 a.m. Time was scarce, so I didn't get many tablescape photos.
Every table had a mirror as a centerpiece, and a black velvet necklace display holding a pearl necklace. The theme was Rose Petals, Pearls, and Lace - very girly!
Small pink nylon bags filled with Hershey's chocolate kisses were the favors, and were at each place setting with a program.
The room was filled with lovely ladies.
Janet Wedell [right, below] gave a fabulous jewelry and scarf demonstration, and the ladies thoroughly enjoyed her. She's an independent distributor for Premier Designs, a high fashion jewelry company. Ladies had the opportunity to purchase jewelry and take it home with them after the tea, instead of placing an order.
~ Mother and Daughter - Sandy and Kimberly ~
~ Three Generations ~
~ My sweet daughter, Lori, and me ~
~ Lori and her daughter, Tiffany ~
My three tea-lovin' friends. Whenever I blog about a tea I've attended, I've usually gone with one or more of these ladies - Lori, Linda, and Sandy.
It was followed by Chicken Piccata, Potatoes Anna, and Green Beans Almondine. The tea was a black tea, Sweet Royal Delight, flavored with chocolate, caramel and butterscotch from Afternoon to Remember Fine Tea and Gifts. Dessert was vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce, and mini-gourmet cupcakes. [I forgot to take a picture of the dessert course.]