Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘bunting’

image

Well, here we are excitement mounting as time ticks towards the largest flotilla seen on the Thames for 300 years. As we huddle in the crowd and the 1952 news plays, it feels terribly British, flags and bunting at the ready. I confess all that is required now is a delightful and flavoursome warm cup of tea.

Read Full Post »

Well, here we are excitement mounting as time ticks towards the largest flotilla seen on the Thames for 300 years. As we huddle in the crowd and the 1952 news plays, it feels terribly British, flags and bunting at the ready. I confess all that is required now is a delightful and flavoursome warm cup of tea.

Read Full Post »

Diamond jubilee – celebrate with afternoon tea and british bunting

My dears, I have decided what is so amazing about the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Of course, there is the excitement of a rather splendid occasion to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 60 years on the throne. At its core though is its absolute Britishness – Bunting and street parties will close roads. Quintessential Britishness is Afternoon Tea and cucumber sandwiches. Bells will be pealing across the country, beacons lit, with genuine infectious enthusiasm that is epitomised by the quite charming eccentricity of people camping out in London for a glimpse of the Queen.

The whole of Britain is being covered in bunting!

At its heart, Tea with Mary Kate is terribly proud to be British. Time is fleeting – Life is so very precious. Tea with Mary Kate will be savouring every moment as she looks to catch a glimpse of the flotilla on the river Thames. However you choose to spend your time, I do hope you do relish every second.

Queen Elizabeth II coronation 1952

More British inspiration for this splendid event can be found at:

A Royal Afternoon Tea – Ideas for how to Celebrate with the Queen on her Diamond Jubilee

Read Full Post »

Bunting and British - ness - A Royal Wedding Celebration - Quintesstional Afternoon Tea

My dears, I have decided what it is that is captivating about the Royal Wedding.

Of course, there is the excitement of a rather splendid celebration and the quite delightful romance. At its core though is its absolute Britishness – Bunting and street parties will close roads. Quintessional Britishness is Afternoon Tea and cucumber sandwiches. Bells will be pealing, with genuine infectious enthusiam that is epitimised by the quite charming eccentricity of people camping out in London for a glimpse of the happy couple.

At its heart, Tea with Mary Kate is terribly proud to be British. Time is fleeting – Life is so very precious. Tea with Mary Kate will be savouring every moment. However you choose to spend your time, I do hope you do relish every second.

Mary Kate’s Idea’s to Inspire a Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea – Time for a Perfect Celebration

Top Tips on How to Create the Very Best Royal Wedding Day Celebration – Mary Kate’s Afternoon Tea Idea’s for a Splendid British Tea time Treat

A Street Party - the essence of Britishness - Telegraph Newspaper

Read Full Post »