North Pole Breakfast Inspired by Elf on the Shelf

This breakfast themed party started with mini-manicures, glitter tattoos and a fun Christmas ornament craft. Shortly after, our surprise guests arrived, Elves from the North Pole! Joy and Jingle brought a special gift for the birthday girl and sat down to read a Christmas story.

All guests were then served breakfast themed foods including hot chocolate, cereal, mini pancakes, fresh cut fruit and powdered donuts. After brunch was served, our elves passed out blank sheets of paper and pencils so each guest could write a letter of last minute requests to Santa.

All guests then enjoyed decorating yummy sugar cookies and took pictures with the elves before they had to depart for last minute Christmas preparations. What a fun way to celebrate the holidays and a birthday all in one party!

Santa visits with children at the St. Johns Golf & Country Club

Posted: January 1, 2015 – 10:04am  |
Samantha and Natalie McDonnell sit on Santa's lap and put on their best smiles for the camera.  GRAHAM MARTIN

Samantha and Natalie McDonnell sit on Santa’s lap and put on their best smiles for the camera.

The Saint Johns Golf & Country Club hosted a Breakfast with Santa and Elf on the Shelf Dec. 13 in the club’s restaurant. They were served a great meal by Chef Burgin, but the children thought the best part of breakfast was visiting with Santa Claus.

The children were excited to visit with Santa and one of his elves, a.k.a. Ashley Savage, and share their Christmas wish list with them.

The jolly ole man listened intently as the children explained how good they have been and many thanked Santa for last year’s gifts and promised to be good into the coming year. Of course, there were also questions about Rudolf and the other reindeer and a few made promises to have cookies waiting for him when he visited their homes.

Santa wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.