All week long, the Promenade at the Dorchester (in London’s Mayfair on Park Lane) has been transformed into the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, with help from the English National Ballet‘s young dancers. If you’re in old Lud’s town, there’s still time to catch it this weekend. Author Jenny Woolf says she “thinks the costumes probably… [read full post]
Online gift store The Afternoon carries the intriguing “Haunted Tea Party” tableware line: an appetizer/dessert plate that feature the Hatter, March Hare, and Alice in a witch’s hat at a midnight tea table set with pumpkin teapots; plates that say “Eat Me” and mugs that say “Drink Me” (of course); a punch bowl shaped like… [read full post]
Minnie Maria (see previous post Rackham Alice Miniatures) has come up with a new batch of minatures: the entire Mad Tea Party.
Sponsored by Los Angeles doll shop The Valley of the Dolls, the Mad Tea Party takes place at Royal/T Cafe this Saturday, March 21. Click on the invitation above for further details.
If you want to add a bit of madness to your next tea party, you can’t go far wrong with this stackable tea cup vase. The cups can be taken apart and stacked in different ways – I’ll let those who purchase it figure out how the trick is done. To my mind, the white… [read full post]