Monday, July 12, 2010

Tea in Polaroids

High Tea on Saturday was a great experience. The Langham is absolutely stunning ans the Palm Court where they serve tea is like a fairytale. Plush arm chairs, cozy atmosphere, a pianist playing mellow music and incredible service. The food was delicious, and the table setting gorgeous, I loved the idea of using teapots like small vases. How gorgeous is the Wedgwood Queen of Hearts teapot? They refill your tea and sandwiches and scones. If you ever are in London, you definitely should give it a go. it's so so worth it.


34 comments:

  1. High Tea in London??? Next time for sure!!! :D
    xxx

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  2. Oh, this is so pretty....we held the first part of our wedding reception in the Palm Court at The Langham :)

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  3. Oh, this looks delightful! So British!!

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  4. So charming. You make me want to go!

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  5. Ohhh how lovely...Next time Im in town I will go:) So beautiful:) Glad you had fun!
    Kisses and happy Monday!

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  6. I love tea! I've always wanted to go to high tea at the Drake here in Chicago - I think your post just inspired me to actually do it!!!

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  7. So beautiful, looks like a really fun time!

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  8. How lovely! Will be on my go-to list for sure! thanks for the intro. xoxo

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  9. Thanks for the great find- I am all about this! Will add to my "must-do" list! :)

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  10. it all sounds darling, wish i was there. there's nothing like a scone with cream and jam - an all time favorite. xx, Jane

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  11. sooo cute - me and my niece have been having 'tea parties' every tuesday - it's my hot date of the week - teehee - anyway we're making fresh homemade biscuits tomorrow for our tea party!!! :o)

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  12. This is so charming! It looks like it made for the perfect girly afternoon! I wish we had tea time across the pond!

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  13. So nice to hear that you enjoyed your day. The pictures are all lovely. I ate there weekly when I lived in London. Trust all is well. xoxo

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  14. how amazing are those big red roses in the cup! its all so whimsical and unreal.
    i love it. :)

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  15. i want high tea!

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  16. Now that's my cup of tea!;D

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  17. Those red flowers are such a stunning touch!! xoxo

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  18. Oh how lovely, afternoon tea at the Langham! Love the Wedgewood!

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  19. Polaroids make everything look more romantic, don't they? Love the picture of the flower vases. I could go for some high tea if it weren't 90 degrees in NYC:)

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  20. Oh how lovely, what a great, but simple idea. Sounds like you had such fun xx

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  21. High tea is even more fabulous in polaroid!

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  22. awwww these are such beautiful pics! i just love all things tea AND polaroids!

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  23. Oh love it! Dearest let's meet there when I'm in London again!

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  24. Ooh, I think I would love this, looks fabulous!
    If I'm in London, I will be there!

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  25. These are so cute... I love the last one; what a gorgeous shade of pink!
    xo Josie
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  26. I love those pictures!!! so beautiful!!!

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  27. SO charming! Tea was one of my favorite activities during our time in London. So civilized.

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  28. Oh, how pretty! Sounds like fun -- thank you for sharing these :)

    I hope your week is off to a great start...

    xo

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