This post has sat in my drafts all summer. I figured if I didn't get it posted tonight before we throw Elsa a party tomorrow this one might never see the light of day.
garlands that I made using 25 cent vintage bed sheets. She was also the one who recommended getting a rotary cutter. My crafting life will never be the same.
The punch was the easiest and tastiest I've ever made:
6 ozs orange juice (frozen)
6 ozs lemonade (frozen)
6 ozs limeade
2 liters ginger ale
4 cups cold water
Tea sets from estate sales, Target dollar aisle votive holders and paper lanterns, fresh cut flowers from our flower beds, & a simple buffet of Maple sausage balls, quiche, fruit, lemon bites, & mini cinnamon rolls set the scene for a special brunch for my special graduate. I'll be the first to admit it was over the top fancy for a preschool graduation but those garage sale finds really make it cheap. I paid less than $30 for all the decorations and dishes. It really helped that we had so many flowers blooming in our yard at the time.