Tea Party Tuesday!

Tea Party Tuesday, this week's fantasy tea party favourite images, I just adore them all!

Gorgeous Hibiscus Tea Cup and Saucer

Robotic Tea Pot from Etsy, so funky, I really want it.
Just beautiful! These cupcakes are some of the prettiest I've ever laid eyes on
Nina, short bridal tea dress. I wonder do they have it in any other colours? 
A little 1950s tea dress from Posh Girl Vintage, chiffon and just filled with party ruffles, very Audrey Hepburn
I must have this! Just super adorable from Rad Enterprises.
What an amazingly effective mix of pattern and styles. I especially love the teacup stack!
Amazing Nicholas Kirkwood Alice in Wonderland shoes, I'd not know whether to wear them or just display them. Could any of us live with damaging them? No. On the mantelpiece it is!





3 comments:

Chrissy said...

Hey, thanks for following my blog and leaving your sweet comment!
Happy Tuesday! xxx

Joanna said...

All the prettiness is pretty! Particularly love the shoes :) I have now subscribed to your feeds!

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