14/08/2016

Afternoon Tea @ Chester


To end Afternoon Tea Week, we felt it was only right to have it at home in Chester with the Baker family, especially with Queen Afternoon Tea herself, Grandma Baker, along with all the grandparents too. 

Originally the idea was to go out in to town for Afternoon Tea but there is no other way to enjoy each other's company than being around the garden setting (and let's face it, cheaper too, considering there was 8 of us)

Although we've had this at home, by no means any of this was homemade (we wish) but bought items from the Holy Grail of M&S. It's just as great, maybe even better even to be honest.



Everything was presented by the both of us, although James' mum provided the essentials for what is needed for an Afternoon Tea eg. Doyleys

We had set up in the dinning room, where everyone had helped themselves and all sat outside in the garden around the table with our teas, coffees and of course some Prosecco (with a touch of lemonade)

Couldn't think any better way to spend our Sunday afternoon before we head of back to London tonight, as well as ending Afternoon Tea Week!

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4 comments

  1. Everything in your pictures looks DELICIOUS!!! x Now I am hungry, and wouldn't mind some tea also lol.
    Lovely post!

    Nikki O.| www.herdaringthoughts.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, it was such a lovely Afternoon Tea - tea is always a must, like a hug inside!

      Thanks for reading and commenting☺️💓

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  2. Yum! This looks amazing! A lot of effort obviously went into it! How adorable to involve your families in the series and have an afternoon tea at home as well, such a lovely idea!

    Abbey ✨ www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

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    1. It was the perfect way to end Afternoon Tea week and spend it with the family :)

      Thanks for reading and commenting☺️💓

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