One is still fixated and always have been. It was the first big book I read and one my mother gave me before she died. It breaks my heart to think I no longer have it but will keep the memories with me always. It seemed quite grown up and a little curious for a girl of 6 but utterly mesmerising.
Oh to fall down a rabbit hole and slip through a looking glass.
Golly, I may have to add to my tea pot collection.
For inspiration. Don’t you just love that the guests made an effort? How fabulous to be invited to such a frabjous do.
A grown up Mad hatters tea party. We must have one. All the ladies must wear their finest chapeaux.
A lover of all things whimsy and as Easter will soon be upon us a white rabbit must come to tea
From Rockett st george
to light up a dreary dresser.
Adding Alice is simple and cool too. Fabulous silk cushions will hit the spot.
The piéce de resistence must surely be this delicious cake stand. From Folksy and now with a waiting list. How I wish I bought it when I first set mon petit eyelashes on it. Boo hoo.