A Fall Themed Tea Party

I could be the fairy of the four seasons……

…for I lve Spring, Summer, Winter and most of all…..Fall.

Fall is the season of falling leaves, early nights and cold weather…..

Fall is the season of apples, pumpkin pie, caramels, hot ciders and spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves…

Hello October, it is officially Fall and I’m pleased to say that ……

It’s Fall at The Peach Kitchen….

Fall Themed Tea PartyEvery month, my sister who calls herself Anney, my cousin Rome and I  take turns in hosting a tea party for my daughter and our nieces.

I am in-charge of hosting tea parties with the four seasons as a theme and I’m starting with Fall. Welcome to our Fall themed tea party.

Fall Themed Tea PartyThis tea set is a gift from my sister last year…it’s about time it’s put into use.

Tea Parties are great because we get to have fun creating simple but fun dishes and at same time the kids have fun bonding and creating memories to remember in the years to come.

Fall Themed Tea Party

For this tea party, I made my BLG {Bacon , Lettuce and Grape} Sandwich on a Stick

{Just click the name for the recipe. Trust me, you would want to make that on your next party.}

Fall Themed Tea Party

I also made Apple Pie Dip & Cinnamon Sugar Tortilla Chips. This tastes amazingly wonderful!

Fall Themed Tea PartyThese orange jellies are a big hit with my youngest niece….she ate most of it.

Fall Themed Tea Party

Rome made Dulce de Leche Apples

My sister who calls herself Anney made these super cute Acorn Donuts!

She also made this Brownie Pumpkin Pops with Caramel Sauce which even I can’t get enough of!

This is our “tea party table”. I wished we have hickory furniture pieces. It could have brought out a more Autumn feel to the party.

Can I be honest with you?

Holding mini-parties are so addicting…

Hi. My name is Peachy and I am a partyholic….


Thanks for dropping by today and I hope you enjoyed the party.

You can check out some more pictures of the kids here. We had fun!

Do stop by for more tea next time….

I’ll be hosting a Winter Themed Tea Party, in the meantime, you can drop by Anney’s Garden Themed Tea Party.

I’ll give you a hug but I’m holding the teapot…..

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26 Responses

  1. Your children’s parties are just the best.  Love all of the cute things you have made here.

  2. I love tea partys and I think are addictives!LOL, love the pictures, your girl is soooo cute and I love the idea of chocolate apples look nice!! gloria

  3. What a fun Fall tea party!  Gorgeous kids and gorgeous food!  🙂  thanks for sharing and hope you’re having a fantastic weekend.

  4. Oh my gosh, this sounds like so much fun! For big girls and little girls alike 😉 I think I’ll have to do this with my daughter and niece!

  5. What a cute bunch!! Can I come too? The sandwiches on sticks are a fab idea! I love the acorns too. 🙂

  6. Me thinks that, ok you say it’s for the kids, but its really for the adults who hasn’t stop being kids, LOL!!!! I really love your ideas and beautiful pictures and good food(esp.)  I enjoy reading your site.

  7. My daughters and I loved to hold tea parties when my grandchild was little.  These days she’s almost grown up – 15 – but she is coming home from the UK for her vacation week the end of the month and her Aunties and I were wondering if she would still like a tea party. Thanks for the lovely ideas!

  8. What a beautiful party and what lucky girls!! so prettily presented and it all looks delicious – the girls are adorable.  I’m signing up to follow you!

  9. What a great idea! I’ve already decided that having afternoon tea at the Drake Hotel will be my “thing” to do with my nieces when they visit Chicago.

  10. Enjoy talaga ako sa pics mo 🙂 Super like!

    Next time siguro lakihan mo watermark (kahit pumangit ang pics) lam mo na, dami nagne-nenok, hehe, mahirap na, pinaghirapan mo pa naman yan.

  11. how did you make the orange jellies what’s inside ..omg! they are so cute!! i want to make them for my daughter and niece!

    1.  Hi,

      For the orange jellie, I just removed the orange inside and replaced them with orange-flavored jell-o. Then I put a small stick on top ang put green twisty-ties to make it cute. Thanks for dropping by my blog!

  12. Asan na nga ba si Anney Mommy Peachy, nakakaaliw dalawin ang blog nun hehehe. Love this Fall theme tea party for the kiddos.

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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