Sunday, 16 January 2011

The first Secret Tea Party!

The first ever Secret Tea Party organised by Mrs Stokes Vintage China was at the Nineteenth House in Bath. Gemma Lye, who runs the fabulous burlesque evening, Coco Boudoir gave a demo on vintage hair-styling, The Pop-Up Parlour primped and preened everyone to perfection and Mrs Stokes made sure everyone loved drinking from their china cups in a beautifully vintage setting. 

Cakes by Bath Cake Company

Mrs Stokes' vintage make-over

Beautiful china from

Flowers by The Painted Flower at Green Park Station Market

Life tastes better with tea and cake

The Pop-Up Parlour gets to work


The vintage restaurant at The Nineteenth House

Gemma Lye from Coco Boudoir/The House of Go Disco


  1. I seriously liked this tea party. Loved the food and flower arrangements. They look elegant there. Have been planning to throw my friends a tea party at one of Chicago event venues. Will be having delicious dessert there along with some entertaining activities. Just want to make it an enjoyable one.