Princess Tea Party

Every young lady is a princess

Amberley Robinson looks up from her artwork just long enough for this lens to catch her in the act of gluing some sequins in place.

Amberley Robinson looks up from her artwork just long enough for this lens to catch her in the act of gluing some sequins in place. Photo by Andy Towle. |

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Margaret Goodell, organizer of this event, responds to a question about manners from one of the princesses at the Princess Tea Party. Being polite, using a napkin, sipping instead of slurping your drink and other table manners were discussed before the girls ate their cookies, snacks and drank their tea. A fashion show followed the tea party and many photos were taken by proud parents and grandparents.

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Kiara Reed shows off her freshly colored picture of Ariel, the little mermaid.

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Sisters Desi and Aubrey Warren wait their turn for the start of another game.

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Jumping with grace as only princesses can are from left to right: Desi Warren, Aubrey Warren, Ashlynd Whetstone and Chloe Hancock.

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Amberley Robinson looks up from her artwork just long enough for this lens to catch her in the act of gluing some sequins in place.

Twenty-two princess-dressed girls aged 4-7 recently had a party at the Payson Public Library; with iced tea and snacks, games, a Fashion Runway Show, a princess bag race, story time and an abundance of pictures taken by parents and grandparents.

There were plenty of hats, shoes, gowns, and jewelry to keep the girls smiling and relatives gushing with pride.

The girls were asked questions about manners when they sat at the party table.

Iced tea and snacks were served as they politely chatted with their neighbors.

The girls enjoyed being treated like real princesses.

Margaret Goodell kept the party going, along with several lively, lovely, volunteer assistants who poured tea, helped the girls with clothes, jewelry and offered more snacks for those in need.

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