If you follow me on Instagram, you may recall last weekend I indulged in just a few *cough cough* delectable delights at the Abbotsford Convent. I had the utmost pleasure of attending the A Touch of Bursaria High Tea with hubby and blogger friends. I am not being paid to say this. But out of all the high teas I’ve attended (and there’s been quite a few, see [HERE], [HERE] and [HERE], as well as numerous undocumented ones), the Bursaria high tea boasted one of the best menus I’ve ever tasted. I loved that the savoury pieces were served first. Not only were they intricately prepared, each succulent bite-sized piece was so flavoursome I could have skipped the sweets selection if it weren’t for my obsessive sweet tooth. But of course, the dessert platter was just as well-designed and the wait was worth it. I think I ate more of the saccharine bites than the rest of the table combined…DSC00074 DSC00093DSC00065 DSC00070DSC00062 DSC00076 DSC00087 DSC00090 DSC00098
Saba jacket (see similar styles here) / Keepsake Dress / Robert Robert heels / Vintage necklace, cuff, ring and clutch

The venue at Abbotsford Convent would be divine for a wedding reception. Hubby even suggested that if we should have a function there in the future. Perhaps our 10 year wedding anniversary, our combined 30th, or the baby shower? As I savoured the cute meringue topped with pink Persian floss and listened to the soulful singer crooning away, I only had one wish: that we could all get up and dance the afternoon way…

Happy Wednesday lovelies!

To find our more about A Touch of…Bursaria High Teas, on every 3rd Sunday of the month at the Abbotsford Convent, head over [HERE]. There are only 3 sittings left!