Twice The Blessings, Twice The Fun: High Tea Party

After a busy work week, a quiet Friday night at home was just what the doctor ordered especially since lots were on the agenda for Saturday and Sunday.

I woke up bright and early on Saturday and relaxed a bit before prepping for the tea party of the year since twin girls are on their way! I made mini quiche and fruit skewers and headed over to my friend's' house to help get set up for the baby shower hosted by her family.


I spent most of the week prior crafting and designing signage for the shower like this one for the "Momosa" Bar to add to the tea party theme her sister and niece came up with.


After months of planning, the team effort made by her family and a couple of us girls, came together perfectly. So many cute details were put into this tea party themed baby shower for the twin girls.



We also came up with cute names for each dish like Angeled Eggs, Double Trouble Scones, Empa-dadas, Twincesses Cake.... among others.



Cute table decor and diaper cake created by the mom-to-be's sister, Melanie.









It was an amazing day celebrating a special friend and her two blessings on the way.


On Sunday morning I went to volunteer at The Ronald McDonald House with my work team. We grilled burgers and hotdogs for lunch and served it to the families staying at the house. Everyone was so grateful for the meal and thanked us as they left. It was so heartwarming.



The purpose of RMHC is to help families:
* Stay together during their child’s medical crisis
* Reduce their stress and financial burden
* Feel less isolated and find a network of support to help them cope


Joining the lovely Biana sharing my weekend whereabouts.

16 comments

  1. What a lovely shower, such sweet details! You and Kate know how to do it up so pretty and special!! Big fans here of the Ronald McDonald house..love that your work supports such great causes! You even look gorgeous in a hair net!!!!

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  2. My cousin had a onesie station as well and that's a great idea as is the tea station - you guys did a wonderful job!! Happy Monday girl! xo, Biana BlovedBoston

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  3. What a fun idea for a shower! I love high teas for special occasions :)

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  4. Oh how beautiful! Is it just me or are you planning looots of baby showers these days?!

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  5. What a gorgeous shower! I love that you guys made everything twin themed and that onesie station is such a cute idea! <3, Pamela Sequins & Sea Breezes

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  6. that is just the sweetest shower! sacha is so cute. you guys did a great job! and sunday looks so great too. giving back is something we could all do more often :) happy week!

    xoxo cheshire kat

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  7. I love the theme for your friend's baby shower, and I also love the little twists that you put on the names of everything! It looks like everybody had a great time, which how can you not at a baby shower!

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  8. Have you ever thought of being a party planner? Seriously. What a cute idea. Thinking I may have a party for you to help me plan next year (not a baby shower lol)

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  9. I love the cute theme for the shower. The signs are so fun, I absolutely love the design you did!!! Looks like everyone had a good time. And what a heart filling way to spend a Sunday.

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  10. So much fun with you ladies on Saturday, girl time is good for the soul. And so so so excited for our beautiful momma to be! Your signs came out amazing, and you need to teach me your ways <3
    Green Fashionista

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  11. What an absolutely adorable shower! Sometimes you just need girl time - how fun is that?

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  12. Love this theme and all of the fun little details! That's definitely the cutest onesie station I've ever seen.

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  13. I love how the shower turned out, everything looks beautiful. Kudos on the volunteering!

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  14. Yay for twins!! What a cute shower!!

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  15. What an adorable shower! You all did such a great job!

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  16. That baby shower cake is adorable and you did a fantastic job with the baby shower theme. How awesome that you served to Ronald McDonald House. Love your generosity!

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