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veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
this sounds like fun!
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 10 years
liken' the green nailpolish party!
amandasunly amandasunly 10 years
Wow 100? I love the idea of a tea party, never had one though. Maybe a small tea party's right for my Sweet 16 - nothing big and fancy, just sophisticated fun and relaxation.
mississippigirl1 mississippigirl1 10 years
I inherited about 100 demitasse cups and saucers from my grandmother when she died several years ago that i didn't really appreciate at the time, but now i just love them. perfect for espresso!
Food Food 10 years
These are so cute and simple! I think they're my favorite of your invites (so far, although I think I say this every week)!
scratch5 scratch5 10 years
Wow those invitations are beautiful. I love a tea party and have really frilly rose chintz china that is perfect for an afternoon tea. Now if I could just find some time to have a tea - but you have definitely go me thinking - I need to do this.
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