Yesterday morning we went along to the Langham with fellow blogger Danielle Vella (check our her lifestyle and beauty blog click here) and her daughter Aria to enjoy the Barbie Fashionista Children’s High Tea.
This is the first high tea I’ve ever attempted to take Poppy to and I’m not going to say it was super easy (she’s just turned 3 and from the outset she considered this a ‘Barbie party’), but it was very enjoyable. We arrived at the Langham, took a few pics in front of their distinctive pastel pink taxi then headed upstairs to the Melba restaurant (cue Poppy leaning over and dipping her hands in every single water fountain as she ascended the grand staircase).
We sat down to a delicious array of bite-sized morsels- Danielle and I were served the Wedgwood High Tea menu. Truth be told, I wasn’t always paying attention to what I was putting in my mouth because I was too busy trying to ensure raspberry cordial wasn’t spilt and P’s fingers weren’t sneaking into the dish of cream, but everything I ate was delicious.
Poppy ate a good portion of what was served to her (it was mainly sugary treats so this was expected) and really enjoyed the experience.
I loved doing something special with my little girl and it’s something I would definitely look forward to doing again.
If you’re in Melbourne and interested in attending a children’s high tea, they are held for children up to 12 years of age. The next theme, held during the summer holidays, is Super Mario Odyssey. For more details head here.
Poppy’s dress is the Ava Starlet dress from Bardot Junior
Cardigan and tights from H & M
Poppy’s shoes are Bardot Junior
My dress is Dorothy Perkins from The Iconic (under $60- bargain!!)