A friend kindly loaned us the table decorations from a previous event that she had
Christy crowned a King and Queen for the night: the crowns were cheap; the king's was made from a silver, glittered paper and some jewels we already had. The Queen's crown was an old tiara that I purchased from my work for $4. We dipped it in jewelry cleaner and it was as good as new.
We served sweet breads, fudge and water -- donated by the Relief Society women in our ward.
Thanks for sharing, Sherrie! I think this is such a cute idea. It's a great way to get teenagers involved in service and to bridge the gap between generations. Thanks again, and we're glad it was such a success!