Girl Scout Daisy Troops Mother's Day Tea

Linda L By Linda L  in Mother's Day


Party Recap

This was our Girl Scout Daisy Troop's Mother's Day Tea Party. It was so much fun to plan. I used the girl scout Daisy color pink and blue as the base and of course, flowers. We played games, learned about manners, made the napkin holders and had a fabulous time!


Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Pink/blue mini cookies, Daisy cupcakes, and mini scones.

  • Party Favors

    Tea cup filled with a tea bag and a few mini cookies. They also took home a placemat. Girls made flower pots with Daisy planted prior to the tea and gave to moms.

  • Activities / Games

    Musical chairs, Bean bag toss to Tea cup. Relay race to fill teacups with sugar cubes. The girls made napkin holder and helped set table after lesson on place setting and manners.

  • Budget


  • Best Moment

    Capturing each of the mom's and daughters in a photo.

  • Funniest Moment

    Catching a few of the girls sneaking the sugar cubes (meant for the game) and eating them one after another!

  • Best Dressed

    Both mom and daughters dressed up for the tea.

  • What People Ate

    Cut out Tea Sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly and ham and cheese. Lots of yummy salad for the moms! All the mom's helped contribute to the food.

  • What People Drank

    Tea, of course! Also filled the teapots with lemonade. Had multiple tea pots so the girls could practice pouring.


Party Helpers



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    Kristy B wrote:

    How did you make the Daisy placemat??

  • Linda L

    Linda L wrote:

    I was trying to keep the cost down, so I started with a simple piece of 11 x 17 copy paper. I used a fancy scissors to scallop the corners. I then used card stock and colored paper to make the plate, napkin, and utensils cutouts and decorated with stickers and stenciled letters for wording. I think I found the daisy petal stickers in the back of the daisy leader handbook. You might have to look around to find the right size circle and use plastic utensils which are smaller to get the right size. By staying with the 11 x 17 it is a little tight. I then took the one master and made color copies at Kinko's and had them laminated. The girls had a lesson on "place setting the table" and we had the girls set the actual table that day. I used a clear plastic plate so that the girls could see the design through the plate. Each of the girls took a placement home as part of their "goody bag" . Hope that helps.