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    My sis is coming to visit later this month and sent me this fun site as a little hint ... LOL! Check it out it is a Alice in Wonderland themed tea party.


    http://www.merrimentdesign.com/upper...-tea-party.php

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    OK, I'm a redneck -- where is the real food??? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Very creative :D:D:D

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    Thanks for the post. I needed some ideas for a tea party I want to throw my mom for her 65th.

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    wow...looks great.

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    LOL Sewjoyce! We will bring in a bucket of KFC! How's that? I am thinking though this is like a high tea party for snotty ladies.
    My sis is infatuated with the Alice in Wonderland movie that is due to come out soon with Johnnie Depp in it. I know... me either. But, she has gone to the level of making art objects and paintings with this as the subject. LOL! I think I will find some things to put in her room just as a kidder for her. Hummm I wonder where I can find a cheshire cat or a bong smoking catapiller??

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222
    LOL Sewjoyce! We will bring in a bucket of KFC! How's that? I am thinking though this is like a high tea party for snotty ladies.
    My sis is infatuated with the Alice in Wonderland movie that is due to come out soon with Johnnie Depp in it. I know... me either. But, she has gone to the level of making art objects and paintings with this as the subject. LOL! I think I will find some things to put in her room just as a kidder for her. Hummm I wonder where I can find a cheshire cat or a bong smoking catapiller??
    Yep, a bucket of regular KFC would be just great!! I've been to one "tea party" like the one described and this poor hillbilly was so out of her element. I was really uncomfortable and couldn't wait for it to be OVER!! :D And it didn't help any that I was someone's guest and didn't know anyone else and they all ignored me anyone. The woman I went with "forgot" to mention that everyone would be dressed to the nth degree with hats, etc. I felt more like I should have been serving....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    I've been to one "tea party" like the one described and this poor hillbilly was so out of her element. ...
    I consider myself to be quite casual as well, but I love the local tea parties put on by the historical society. They each have a different theme and plenty to read about that particular theme at the party. I always go alone and I am usually very underdressed (mainly cuz I don't own a dress, hehe) and also tend to be ignored because I am usually reading everything in sight and then I am also able to eat more (I love tea sandwiches and desserts) and talk with the staff who are usually more my speed anyway. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maribeth
    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    I've been to one "tea party" like the one described and this poor hillbilly was so out of her element. ...
    I consider myself to be quite casual as well, but I love the local tea parties put on by the historical society. They each have a different theme and plenty to read about that particular theme at the party. I always go alone and I am usually very underdressed (mainly cuz I don't own a dress, hehe) and also tend to be ignored because I am usually reading everything in sight and then I am also able to eat more (I love tea sandwiches and desserts) and talk with the staff who are usually more my speed anyway. :lol:

    Where the heck were you when I was suffering quietly????

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Where the heck were you when I was suffering quietly????
    That was me off to the side with a book in my face, feel free to interrupt me next time.

    :-D

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