Reminiscence Vintage

Purveyors of vintage loveliness

Mother's Day Tea Event

On mother's day 2013 we held an Afternoon Tea Event at the wonderful medieval St Margarets Hall in Alderwasley.

Treats included: NiceNapkin

  • A hand crafted invitation
  • A complimentary glass of sherry on arrival
  • Beautiful vintage china,linen and fresh flowers
  • Live music
  • A selection of freshly-prepared sandwiches, scones and cakes
  • and...of course...lashings of freshly-brewed tea
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    Here is some of the delightful flattering feedback we received...

    “We thoroughly enjoyed the whole event. The food was delightful & the ambience perfect . Thank you for such a super time.”

    "We thought the event was lovely - you had planned everything so well, even down to taking the coats. The venue, music and decor created a warm atmosphere and the food and service were fantastic!"

    "Was a lovely event, we enjoyed it! Really nice cakes!"

    "It was a lovely event, I wouldn't change a thing!"

    "The venue was spot on, tables were beautifully decorated with gorgeous china. We were looked after handsomely with attentive yet unobtrusive young ladies. The background music was at just the right pitch ,just loud enough to be heard,but not to intrude on conversation. We were treated to very generous pieces of homemade cake and even provided with doggy bags to take un-eaten pieces home."

    "Super afternoon! Gorgeous setting."

    "We had a lovely relaxing afternoon with wonderful cakes."

    "Yesterday afternoon's tea was delightful - thank you!"

    "Thank you for a fantastic Mothers Day afternoon. My Mum loved it, and my daughter felt like a princess."

    "Just wanted to let you know, we all thought the Reminiscence Vintage event on Mothers' Day was perfect down to the last detail; the atmosphere was just right, the cakes were amazing, and we really really enjoyed it! Also, we absolutely loved the live music and Lily and Amys' singing was truly beautiful. It all fitted together so well! :)"

    “You are better than Chatsworth!”