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super hero party {super cousies turn 4}

My cousin Kim and I had our sweet boys just one day apart four years ago. They were due two weeks apart but Asher came late and Grant came early! So we have dreamed of having a combo birthday party for these little buddies since then. That day finally arrived a few weeks ago! Check out the festivities. It was great. Throwing a party with another creative person is fun and makes for a much easier party to plan, put together, pay for and even clean up! And I’m thankful that my Aunt Ev and Uncle Ray have such a beautiful home that they allowed us to use! Hope it inspires you to throw your own!

::the set up::

::the food::
::the decor & favors::
::the games::
We actually played two other fun games that I will tell you all about another time {they were awesome}
::the costumes::
We encouraged people to dress up as their favorite Super Hero and they did! Almost everyone! It was pretty fun to see all those alter-ego’s running around!


don’t forget the scones {this EASTER}

 As I mentioned the other day…we had a lovely Easter Tea for the kids last weekend. My fabulous sis-n-law makes the most amazing food. She can cook, bake and comes up with great party menus. She made everything you see here from scratch! Amazing! My mother-in-law has lovely taste, lots of vintage dishes and found these adorable Peter Rabbit plates for the kids. Paige helped her decorate this little table {her Lalaloopsy doll even got to join us} and I got to help in the kitchen {something I always love to do when Auntie Shannon is cooking}! Check out the menu and some links below. It was tasty and fun! The perfect combo for any tea party!
Our sweet little friend Hali joined us! So fun!
::The Menu::
Mini Quiche
Cowboy Quiche*
Cowgirl Quiche*
Blueberry Scones*
{with Lemon Curd & Devonshire Cream}
 Ham & Cheese Tea Sandwiches
Butter Cookies
*To get the recipes for Cowboy and Cowgirl Quiche check out The Pioneer Woman’s latest cookbook HERE or go online to a recipe very similar HERE {just leave out the artichoke hearts and trade the cheese with cheddar to make the Cowboy version in her cookbook}.
*Auntie Shannon is a huge fan of America’s Test Kitchen and often makes their recipes. I couldn’t believe how effortlessly she made everything that day! To be fancy like her & make these amazing Blueberry Scones check out this FREE Content {if you are not an America’s Test Kitchen subscriber already}:

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