24 Jan 2010

Join in my fun Tea Dance!



Hi there, all you lovely bloggers and followers out there! Today I'm holding my very own Tea Dance with a difference, (inspired by my fabulous friends Rose Tea Cottage and Dollie Daydream, who makes superb cupcakes)  Come on over and join in the fun and contribute towards the Haiti appeal, its simple,
1) Just post about my fundraising Tea Dance on your blog and create a link to here.
2) Then follow me if you aren't doing so at the moment, PLEASE make sure you tell me about your post and following.

 This buys you a ticket to my Tea Dance.Heres the good bit your virtual Tea Dance ticket is on me and costs me 50 english pence! For each tea dance ticket given to you, I will contribute 50p to the Haiti aid appeal.

Once you arrive at my Tea Dance I would love to know what you enjoyed most about your visit! Lets have fun and raise money for Haiti just by commenting, look forward to seeing you at the Dance, it will be such fun! Sxxx


Come on in, welcome to the My Passport to Style, fundraising Tea Dance! What do you think of the venue?!

Whew this music is so good its whipped those records into the perfect cake Stand! Dollie would be jealous!

How about some fragrant tea, in a delicate china cup and a pretty rosebud cake to match this sweet tea dress?

Help yourself to one of these beautiful edible necklaces,they taste of wild strawberries freshly picked, or how about a slice of macaroon cake?

Or perhaps you decided to join in for the romance of the occassion, vintage glamour, French patisserie and lively music wafting through the air, sheer heaven!Lovely to see you, you look so pretty in that tea dress!

FLOAT ON A CLOUD oF SCONES with JAM & CREAM

A sea shore tea dance would work well for me, with the cutest cup cakes!


you must meet my very important tea dance guests, two sisters who have dedicated there life and soul to creating and and eating confection, one of the sisters, Pearl is partial to delicate pastel pink macaroons the other sister Ruby, to cupcakes with bright swirls of buttercream, the brighter the better!  

Pinky Pearl, she can't risk leaving her teacup behind, she might need them to go with a silky macaroon

Ruby

One lump or two in your tea?

Its been so lovely to see you here, thanks for all your support of this event!
credits go to Idyle Fasination, On Trend, Print Pattern and Just Jaimie. Have a great week. Sxx

27 comments:

Lauren Loves... said...

Nice post, Sharon. Love that vinyl cake stand.
By the way, I've written a small piece on your blog in this week's paper - out tomorrow! xx

Lauren Loves... said...

Yes, it'll be in this week's Visitor. Hope you're well, so usy here xx

DangerouslyBeauty said...

You have amazing style, so vintage and retro. Especially love those yellow and black jelly shoes :) x

Laura Trevey said...

What a wonderful post!!

A Perfect Peach said...

such a great post sharon! happy tea party dance!

Kitty M said...

Fanatstic idea Sharon - I love this and for such a good cause, thank you, thank you, thank you for the invite - I will do you proud with a tea themed post tomorrow. Kisses Kitty xxx

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

What a wonderful post and a lovely blog! Such delectable delights! Thanks so much for coming over, and for becoming a follower. I love your page and will definitely be back!

Classically Cool (Nunu) said...

this is such a cute post! i'm planning on having an actual tea party once the weather gets a little warmer and i absolutely adored all the pretty little accents you had for your tea dance. =)

Sher said...

Hi Sharon, I think what you're doin is absolutely wonderful! I've added a link on my latest post to your site:)

You host the most elegant tea dance party ever! Everything looks elegant and scrumptious!! I'm hoping to enjoy high tea in UK when I visit in June:P

Oh, and I truly hope Aaron is feeling better now.

koralee said...

oooh la la...what a great idea my friend...I adore all your sweets today. So perfect for us girls. Thank you sweet one for the lovely mention on your sidebar...you made my day!

Celestial Charms said...

Your Tea Dance was lovely, and I was happy to attend. I couldn't stop staring at the lovely chandeliers above my table, rays of light glistening upon my lovely cup of tea. Of course I enjoyed the music, as well as all the sweet pastries. Thank you for being such a thoughtful hostess.
Maureen

Itch2stitch.com said...

Fantastic idea! Love the LP cakestand! I will do a bit about you tea dance on Fridays blog! Suzie xxx

xcharleym0ox said...

I love all the really cute pictures, i wish it was all real! I just posted about this on my blog, great idea! :) xx

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Sharon,

How wonderful of you my friend! Truly an amazing post and what a feast for my eyes, such beautiful fashion, interiors and delicious treats.



Love and hugs,
Karyn

The Owl's Closet said...

what a great idea, sharon! thanks for letting me know:) i will definitely post a link on my next post. those cupcakes and french macarons look delicious!! u host a beautiful tea dance:D

TheOwlsCloset.blogspot.com

Kristin said...

A tea party dance...What a charming idea!

the crybaby said...

interesting and creative. got redirected here frm Sher's and i must say i'll love to be a part of your tea dance party =)

i love the rosy pink macaroons & DEFINITELY the scones with cream & jam! the summery tea dresses look so pretty too.

thumbs up for this lovely gesture u're engaged in to spread the love and care to Haiti victims! will definitely support :)

the crybaby said...

P.S. i love that yellow pair of Melissa-VivienneWestwood's. i've got the baby blue ones, n they've got the sweetest & candiest aroma!

the crybaby said...

i'm now following, and here's the link to my post abt ur fundraiser effort!

http://honeycoffeebaby.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharons-tea-dance-party.html

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Sharon,
This is such a great idea, I have a link to your Tea Dance on my blog. Hope it is a wonderful success, Haiti is in such need right now.
Love all these luscious photos, and I would really love to meet you for tea. I added your button too.
Have a good one!

VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

Hi Sharon!-)))*

What a great post do you have!!!
I like you Blog,you give me really warm feelings & inspiration...

With love & hugs,

***Violetta***

VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

Me again!-)***

Vintage dress with rose chic shoes are incradible! I love it SO mach!!!

Hugs,Violetta***

the crybaby said...

Hi Sharon, thanks for the compliment! i'm glad to be able to do a little something for those affected in Haiti =)

i'll definitely LOVE to exchange blog links with you!

hugs,
mica.

Obee Designs said...

Hello Sharon,
What a lovely hostess you are! I am enjoying my time at your tea dance. The treats are scrumptious and everyone looks lovely in their exquisite dresses. The gold shoes on your one guest are exceptional. I hope she doesn't her her ankle while dancing. They are beautiful to admire, but they don't look like dancing shoes! HeHe!!
Thanks for helping out the people of Haiti. They must be so grateful for your work.The world needs more sweet people like you!
XoXo
Gail

The Owl's Closet said...

hi, sharon! oop sorry for the mistake on my blog. i corrected it and added a link to ur your event in addition to comments. Please let me know if this is correct:) thanks for letting me know!

TheOwlsCloset.blogspot.com

Laura Trevey said...

Hi Sharon!

I added this link in my post today on Bright, Bold, and Beautiful!
http://brightboldbeautiful.blogspot.com/2010/01/happy-wednesday.html

Vicki said...

Hello, sweet Sharon, and thank you for the wonderful invitation to your tea! I would love a cup in your rose covered china and some of that macaroon cake! Thank you for your compassion in remembering our brothers and sisters in Haiti. Hope you are having a lovely week. Vicki

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