Easter Afternoon Tea

During my last trip to London, I had afternoon tea at Fortnum and Mason and it was so much fun to hang out while eating delicious little tea sandwiches and scones.  I had brought back some tea from London and wanted to recreate afternoon tea for Easter.

There are so many different options for servers and tea sets, but I’ll share with you what I used.

Godinger "Dublin" 3-Tier Serving Rack

Godinger “Dublin” 3-Tier Serving Rack

I love this server because it’s beautiful and also because each plate is large enough to fit lots of tea sandwiches on it.

$100 is the listed price on Macys.com, but I got it during one of the Macys sales for about $50

Cambridge2TierServerF10R

Cambridge Two-Tier Server with Plates

$36.95

AspenCupNSaucerS12R

Aspen cup and saucer

$4.95

AspenSaladPlt8p25S12R

Aspen salad plate

$4.50

CelliniTeaPot34ozS11

Cellini Teapot

$39.95

Creamer13p5ozS11Creamer

$4.95

SugarBowlWSpoon12p5S11

Sugar bowl with spoon

$4.95

 BrevilleElectricKettle

Breville Electric Kettle

$79.95

The beautiful floral tea set and dessert plates are by Rosanna Inc, which is no longer available.  I purchased it on sale at Nordstrom Rack several years ago, but there are several beautiful teapots and cups available on the Rosanna Inc website like this Primavera Teapot, which is $56.00.  There are so many lovely pieces that I’m considering ordering some more tea cups!

CylinderVase6inOT9

Small Cylinder Vase

$2.50

Fresh tulips from Whole Foods

Stay tuned for tea party recipes in tomorrow’s post!
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