Hi everyone! I’m so excited to share today’s post with you! A few months ago, Michaela, her sister, Hannah, and I had the honor of attending a Little Faith Book party thrown by some dear friends of ours. The hostess, Molly, and her mom did an absolutely breathtaking job decorating their home, providing delicious treats and making everyone feel welcome! (The theme was “Be Our Guest.”) We were in awe of their vintage chic tea party decor. I got serious Audrey Hepburn vibes! We had such an unforgettable time hanging out with friends, eating yummy food and using our craftiness to honor Jesus. I hope you enjoy this glimpse into our Little Faith Book party and maybe even get inspiration to host your own!
Molly’s chalkboard signs made us feel right at home the moment we walked through the door.
Entering the dining room felt like stepping into a fairytale! (Peep Michaela’s smiling face in the background.)
The table setting was absolutely gorgeous. Molly and her mom had mason jars with chalkboard name tags for every girl. The centerpiece was a lovely arrangement of flowers, beads and fairy lights!
Some of the delicious snacks we had were cookies, cupcakes, pastries and pretzels with Nutella! We also had lemon water, veggies and pistachios. Hannah and I had such a fun time baking and decorating the pink cupcakes together (I hope we can do it again)!
This little game was so much fun to play at the beginning of our party! Here’s how:
- Print out pictures of Disney ladies. (We had Rapunzel, Belle, Cinderella, Wendy, etc.)
- Attach a picture to each girl’s back using washi tape.
- Go around the room and try to guess what character you are! Only ask questions that have a yes or no answer.
- Once someone guesses theirs correctly, give them another picture.
- Keep playing until you run out of characters!
This game is always such a blast, as well as a great ice breaker!
And then came the best part—crafting in our Little Faith Books together! Michaela generously brought her warehouse of craft supplies to share (just kidding, but for real). Scrapbook paper, washi tape, journaling cards, markers, stickers, you name it! And Molly and her mom provided Little Faith Books for everyone who didn’t have their own. We spent time talking, listening to music and decorating pages in our books and Bibles! It was truly a day I’ll never forget.
I hope you enjoyed this peek into our party! If you ever host a Little Faith Book party of your own, please let me know how it goes or send me pictures! I’d love to see, and maybe even feature your party on Little Faith Blog.
If you have any questions about the Little Faith Book (more info here) or our party, feel free to leave them in a comment below!
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