All posts for the month August, 2010

Frog Inspiration for an Adult Tiana Party

Published August 28, 2010 by tianateaparty

Princess and the Frog fans are not just little girls but for woman  of all ages.  A lot of women can relate to Tiana’s dreams and aspirations and are also celebrating the  first black Disney princess; something we did not have growing up.  Birthday parties, weddings, retirement parties, whatever the occasion there is an opportunity to celebrate “Tiana Style”.  Our company, , not only does children’s events but is a  full service event planning service.

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Williams Sonoma Complimentary Technique Classes

Published August 25, 2010 by tianateaparty

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Williams Sonoma is one of my favorite kitchen stores and it always smells so good, (I wish my home could smell like that).  They have released their class schedule for the month of September, with classes such as: Risotto, Indoor Grilling and Fall Baking.  Check out the link to their website for other classes:

Bare Escentuals “Glammy Night” 8/26/2010

Published August 24, 2010 by tianateaparty

I love Bare Escentuals Face color in “True” it really gives you a lumonius, sparkly without being over bearing appearance.  Thursday August 26 Bare Escentuals Boutiques will be having a Glam night, call the boutique in your area to make an appointment to get a free “goodie bag”.

4 hours only

8/26/2010, 5pm – 9pm, Glammy Night in Boutiques   Bare Escentuals Boutiques

The History of “High Tea”

Published August 13, 2010 by tianateaparty

Prior to the introduction of tea into Britain, the English had two main meals, breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was ale, bread, and beef.  During the middle of the eighteenth century, dinner for the upper and middle classes had shifted from noontime to an evening meal that was served at a fashionable late hour. Dinner was a long, massive meal at the end of the day.

Anna, the Duchess of Bedford (1788-1861) is credited as the creator of teatime. Because the noon meal had become skimpier, the Duchess suffered from “a sinking feeling” at about four o’clock in the afternoon. At first the Duchess had her servants sneak her a pot of tea and a few breadstuffs. Adopting the European tea service format, she invited friends to join her for an additional afternoon meal at five o’clock in her rooms at Belvoir Castle. The menu centered around small cakes, bread and butter sandwiches, assorted sweets, and, of course, tea. This summer practice proved so popular, the Duchess continued it when she returned to London, sending cards to her friends asking them to join her for “tea and a walking the fields.” The practice of inviting friends to come for tea in the afternoon was quickly picked up by other social hostesses.

During the second half of the Victorian Period, known as the Industrial Revolution, working families would return home tired and exhausted. The table would be set with any manner of meats, bread, butter, pickles, cheese and of course tea. None of the dainty finger sandwiches, scones and pastries of afternoon tea would have been on the menu. Because it was eaten at a high, dining table rather than the low tea tables, it was termed “high” tea.