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Yesterday’s Windows Live Royal Wedding-themed afternoon tea was a hit. The Windsor Arms Hotel has a lovely tea room, a fantastic selection of teas and some very, very addictive scones. Toronto’s lady bloggers and social media mavens, who are excellent company on any day, were doubly so yesterday afternoon. Many of them got into the spirit of the event by dressing up for the event and even wearing tea-worthy hats.
Confession time. I didn't watch any of the royal nuptials. I know, crazy as it is I may be the only one in the entire universe who doesn't give a crap that history was made today. I just remember as a child watching Diana and Charles walk down the aisle, millions of us sharing in their joy thinking that it was the most amazing thing in the world, that a commoner married a prince. However, look at how their marriage turned out. Just sayin'.
Whether it’s hot or iced, green, black or herbal, tea has been a favourite beverage for many. With its worldly origins, it has become a beloved beverage, allowing people to select a tea based on their mood or preference.
The increasing popularity of tea has sparked the trend of afternoon tea, a service that uses the drink as the focal point in one’s dining experience. Paying tribute to tea’s historical tradition, afternoon tea provides guests with a regal experience that is reminiscent of the Victorian era.
Super fun and exciting news! Just finished a photoshoot for a magazine I help style for called Défilé at the Windsor Arms hotel at Yorkville in their Purple Gaze Tea Room. The shoot was at 6:30 am so everybody was pretty out of it. On top of that, I had a nasty cold and fever! Anyways, enjoy the sneak peak.