What an adorable event! This American Girl tea party took place a couple of weekends ago at the historic Carlyle House in Alexandria, VA. Young girls were able to bring their American Girl dolls and enjoy a "historic tea party". This event is historic not just because of how fun it is and the enjoyment the children get but it is hosted by a colonial woman (a character) from Williamsburg. The girls all had a lot of fun watching her explain the proper way to pour and drink tea. All of the girls got to sit at the "princess" table as it was decorated for each girl with a small tiara for their doll as well. After the tea demonstration the girls were then able to leave their dolls at the table for the doll's tea party and they girls were able to join their family, or friends, for small tea sandwiches, scones and of course tea. The event is catered beautifully and the food is delicious. Everything is decorated with a historic colonial flair and is very elegant. It was a beautiful fall day and sitting out on the patio of the historic Carlyle House was so delightful. It was a beautiful day and event to take a young girl to. And as a mom I am happy to say that it is nice to see that the tickets were only $15!
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