Thank you to Lee’s Summit Lifestyle, Leawood Lifestyle, and Northland Lifestyle magazines for enjoying and sharing our Tea and Treats feature this month.
Often times March is the time when people look forward to the coming of Spring. However, in this part of the Midwest winter can still pack a punch even in March. So for the little girls who are eager to get back in those sundresses and play… what is the best solution? Have a party!!
Go ahead and put on those sundresses and head for a fun table filled with tea and treats. Antique candy dishes hold a mix of sweet and sour yummies. Candied apples and mini cupcakes will do wonders to help chase away the dull days of winter, and help young ladies look forward to sun-filled days ahead.
Spring isn’t very far away and what better way to welcome it than with some both old and new. The table is filled with awesome finds from Henry’s Antiques and As Time Goes By Antiques. Colorful glass candy bowls, vintage hankies, and a ceramic tea set are among them. Lovely treats from Baked Expressions including a new twist on candied apples by coloring them blue. Jaime Lyon Art prints of happy owls provide a burst of color. Our girls enjoyed Jelly the Pug fashions and accessories from Hazel and Ollie. Amy Johnson with The Noticed Network shared her amazing space in historic downtown Lee’s Summit for our tea party. Beautiful images courtesy of Tiffany Marie Photography. Happy Spring!!
Andrea K. Grist
Andrea K. Grist Floral Designs www.andreakgristfloralart.com
As Time Goes By Antiques www.astimegoesbyantiques.com
Baked Expressions www.bakedexpressions.com
Hazel and Ollie www.hazelandollie.com
Henrys Antiques www.henrysantiques.com
Jaime Lyon Art www.inflatedjoy.com
Jelly the Pug www.jellythepug.com
Amy Johnson, Certified Life Coach of The Noticed Network www.thenoticednetwork.com
Tiffany Marie Photography www.tiffanymariephotography.com