What better way to usher in my favorite season than with a Wee Witches Tea Party in an enchanted forest. My daughter invited her two besties to join her in celebration of our favorite holiday, Halloween. I'm thrilled to have the tea party featured on Kara's Party Ideas!
Most everything for the tea party was from a thrift store, dollar store or was handmade. The tablecloth is actually a dress from the thrift store (thanks to my brilliant friend Janae for the idea!) that I cut up and tea stained. It fit perfectly over the little table.
I found some darling witch silhouette fabric at Joann's and knew I had to make a banner out if it.
The witch's broom name cards were made by cutting the ends of a Whisker Graphic bag into strips, wrapping the bag around a paper straw and securing it with Gold Metallic Divine Twine. I then printed the names of each girl, cut it out banner style and attached it to the broom using a glue dot.
The little brooms were a huge hit with the girls. They kept trying to cast spells on each other throughout the party.
The wee witches nibbled on autumn themed cookies and sipped apple cider.
Cute cookies from our local grocery store
The crow wanted to party too. She came properly dressed in a fetching party hat and joined the wee witches at the table.
I had a second table to hold treats and favors as well as to add a little extra witchy ambiance to the party.
I bought the oval frame from the thrift store (50 cents!) painted and distressed it a bit. I then printed out a silhouette of a witch and glued it into the middle of the frame. Isn't she lovely? The spell book may look like it's over one hundred years old but the truth is, it's just a thrift store book that I soaked in tea water for a few hours and then let dry outside. The pages browned and curled up beautifully.
Each little guest received a witch themed tussie mussie filled with Halloween goodies to take home. They were filled with Halloween pencils, stickers, stamps, spider rings and glow sticks.
The wee witches had such a delightful time. My little one (in white) loved having her favorite wee witches to dine with on that enchanting October evening.
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