Little Ladies Snowman Luncheon

I am sharing this tablescape and luncheon again.

I hosted a Little Ladies Luncheon for my Sweetie and her friends and it was a hit.

So for those who have Sweeties like me, here is something that everyone involved would enjoy.

There is always lots of excitement and festivities

for the little ones (and us bigger ones too), prior to and during Christmas day.

After Christmas, for them, there is a little less excitement

other than enjoying their gifts they have so happily received.

I thought, wouldn’t it be nice to have my sweetie over with a few of

her besties for a Little Ladies luncheon to celebrate the winter season?

Just a casual one, of great fun and giggles and treats.

You know how little girls can be!

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Because they were on winter break,

I thought it would be fun to have a winter theme.

Graylyn's Luncheon - Housepitality Designs

Since I already had these snowmen and snowflakes dishes,

what better than to have a table of adorable snowmen.

Graylyn's Luncheon - Housepitality Designs

This table could also be a table for the children for a New Year’s Eve Party.

As a child, my parents never went out on New Year’s Eve.

Rather, they had friends over with their children

and we all celebrated with great food and fun,

sparklers, a firecracker or two, and lots of pots and pans to make noise.

Those were the simple times, and the most fun and memorable.

Graylyn's Luncheon - Housepitality Designs

I carried on this tradition when my son was young.

Rather than my hubby and I attending parties on New Year’s Eve,

we invited our friends and their families to celebrate all being together

to welcome in the New Year.

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For many years, our friends and family would attend the Orange Bowl Parade

on New Year’s Eve. I miss that parade.

The Rose Bowl parade is definitely on my bucket list!

Graylyn's Luncheon - Housepitality Designs

The snowmen decor on the table recently adorned the upper porch

and now found their way to the table to join in on the fun and giggles.

Graylyn's Luncheon - Housepitality Designs

You probably have noticed little snowmen lunch boxes on the table.

I was looking for a party favor/parting gift

and found these cuties at Dollar Tree.

I placed Target Snowman gift cards in each box.

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I love doing things with my granddaughter, my sweetie, making memories.

Both my grandmothers passed away before I was born,

therefore,  I never had the chance to make memories with them,

so these times of creating memories are pretty special to me.

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My granddaughter is an only child,

so I find it important that she be surrounded by friends and family,

thus including them in activities is very important and special to her.

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The table is set and now I need to create a fun dessert.

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I wanted to stay with the snowman theme and rather than a flat cookie,

I tried to come up with something more realistic.

When I saw this no-bake orange ball cookie recipe,

I knew exactly what I was going to do!

No Bake Snowman Cookie - Housepitality Designs

I needed a cookie recipe that I could form different size balls

that would pretty much stay the same size, and not change after the baking process.

The no-bake cookies were the ticket….You could also use a cake pop recipe too.

Arms are pretzel sticks and the head is an ornament from Dollar Tree.

The snowman cookies sits on top of a crystal snowflake votive candle holder.

I have another idea for the hat…in which I will share later as I want

the girls to actually make them.

No Bake Snowman Cookies - Housepitality Designs

The  table is  ready for the little ladies to come and enjoy.

No-Bake Snowmen Cookies - Housepitality Designs

And if you are still looking for some great Fall inspiration, check out Shutterfly’s

Gallery of Fall inspiration, where you will see many of your favorite bloggers’

Fall decor there, including mine! You can see it all HERE!

Are you preparing for your Thanksgiving feast? …. 

Or are you going over the river and through the woods

to celebrate with family and friends?

Have a most beautiful day!!

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  1. This is such a sweet idea, Shirley. The little ladies had to love this! I’ve made those orange snowball cookies before, and they’re great. We’ll be heading over the river & through the woods to my Mr.’s sister’s for Thanksgiving. I hope you thoroughly enjoy your time with family.
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  2. This was such a super cute idea for your granddaughter and she will always have fond memories.

  3. WOW, I wish I had a granddaughter to do stuff with! You are both lucky to have each other~ enjoy Honey.

  4. WOW,what a beautiful Tablescape you did for your granddaughter she are going to enjoy this a lot with you.
    happy Thanksgiving to you and your!!!
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  5. You are a great grandmother…and sweeties memories of your fun times will be with her forever.
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  6. I love how you are making memories with your granddaughter. Time is short, they grow up so fast…and you are making the most of it! Darling table! 😉

  7. What a lovely idea… Love the snowmen… Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family… 🙂
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  8. Shirley everything looks very wintry! Memories that she’s never going to forget! ?☃️☃️⛄️☃️☃️

  9. ABSOLUTELY DARLING!!!!! I cannot wait for grandkids and hopefully a granddaughter to do this with:)
    When I was single I would have my friends and their daughters over for a simple holiday tea:)
    I remember us sitting around my coffee table and loving it all.

    Thanks for the sweet reminder of a time in the past.

  10. Absolutely beautiful!!!!!

  11. bobbi duncan says

    Your sweetie is lucky to have you–what a fun time they must have had! Love the snowman theme,Shirley. Where did you find those adorable glass-looking snowmen? I’ve never seen ones like that–I LOVE them! Sorry I haven’t been commenting of late. There was some crazy clitch every time I tried to scroll down your post–could get the first paragraph or two and then it would just freeze up. So glad it’s working today because I’ve been missing your lovely postings.

  12. Love your snowman theme and the entire post is jam packed with creativity and holiday festivity – enjoyed this…

  13. Such a darling table!! I’m sure the little ones had a wonderful time! You have such wonderful ideas!
    Btw…you MUST go see a Rose Parade….absolutely stunning!!! ?

  14. I remember this little ladies luncheon Shirley! The Dollar Tree snowman lunch boxes were the perfect party favor! Thanks for sharing the link to my no-bake coconut-orange snowballs. They make adorable snowmen 🙂
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  15. Shirley, thank you for sharing this beautiful little ladies lunch again. It is one of the cutest ideas for sweet little girls. My sweetie has a few years before we can do this, but I will definitely want to.
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  16. This is so cute and festive! Love all the red!
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  17. So lovely and fun! Everything blends so well, I love the stockings stuffer for the silverware.

  18. You are a very involved & thoughtful Grandmother & this should be a party she will have treasured memories of. My Grandmother was very old when I was little and wouldn’t have been able to do this, but she did other sweet things for me that I still have. If I had a party like this, I would be ecstatic!

  19. Shirley, what a wonderful table setting for your Sweetie and her friends! There’s nothing more important than creating those precious memories with those that we love! Happy Thanksgiving!!

  20. What a darling collection of snowmen tableware. It is so cute and whimsical. I am a big fan of using lime green and red. Your cookie snowman looks so yummy and certainly adds to the snowman theme. It can bring a smile to everyone who sees it.


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