Valentine’s Day Tea Party -The Dessert Table

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We had an amazing time at our Mother Daughter Valentine’s Day Tea Party on the weekend. Yesterday I shared the decor and craft and some of the food here. Today, it’s time for dessert!

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I created this fun pink and red dessert table on the dinning room buffet.

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This is the first time I went to the trouble of creating a backdrop for the dessert table. It was inexpensive and definitely adds a whole lot of fancy to the occasion.

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I used a combination of pink, white and red streamers, and hung them from a ribbon. I love how it turned out. I also made a “Happy Valentine’s Day” banner from the Happy Heart free Valentine’s Day pintables I found at Catch My Party. They are so cute.

The little girls were adorable about the dessert table, plotting their dessert choices while the moms finished up their sandwiches.

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For dessert there was some chocolate chip shortbread, since every tea party needs a little shortbread in my opinion. My girls and I also made some simple marshmallow pops, with valentine sprinkles. We anchored them in glasses of smarties -what I call a win-win.

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I printed the pretty food labels from the Happy Heart free printable collection.


I also made some individual raspberry trifles -see my recipe here. I love how sweet they look in little juice glasses, with a silver tea spoon.

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I also made some simple brownies and topped them with some heart shaped sprinkles -so easy, so yummy!

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We also enjoyed these beautiful cupcakes from one of my favourite places –Cupcakes Canada.

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They sent us their Valentine’s Day cupcakes. There was a half dozen box of 3 Vanilla (you know that’s my favourite right?) and 3 chocolate.

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They looked so pretty with hearts, pink butter cream, silver balls and glitter in their pink bakery box! Did you know there was glitter for cupcakes?

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Someone ready to dig into her sweets.

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They were a huge hit with the little girls -and the big girls. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Imagine ordering these for your child’s class -can you say super Mom!

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We also had their special Valentine’s Day dozen. These are a great variety pack that include 3 Chocolate Raspberry, 3 Strawberries and Cream, 3 Double Dutch Chocolate, and 3 Red Velvet -all dressed up for Valentine’s Day. Wouldn’t these be lovely for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day?

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They were so beautiful, fresh and delicious. Have a look at their website for all the details, pricing and menu. Thanks Cupcakes Canada they were delicious!

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I wanted to make a little take-home favour for the girls to remember our tea party, so I sewed each little girl a set of sweet felt cookies, and tea bag from felt, see the instructions here. I love how sweet they looked on their plates in these little dollar store take-out boxes. The thank you tag is also from the Happy Hearts free printable collection.

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We had a really fun time together, and even the moms didn’t seem to want to leave. That night, after my happy little girls were tucked into bed, I went back downstairs for an extra little treat. ๐Ÿ˜‰ A glittering vanilla cupcake and hot cup of tea just for me.

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Life is a party and it just doesn’t get better than a Mother Daughter Valentine’s Day tea party!

This post is linked up at Tatertots and Jello, and Whipperberry.

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  1. Ok, I’m officially putting in my request for an invitation to next year’s (second annual?) Valentine’s tea. Beautiful – seriously, I’m expecting an invite.

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