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Let's have a Tea Session this Mother's Day

Mother's Day is a special occasion to celebrate and honor the mothers in our lives. This year, why not elevate the celebrations by hosting a high tea session with our mom? A fancy tea party is a great way to show our appreciation for all the hard work and love our mom has put into raising us. Here are some ideas on what we can prepare to host a high tea session with our mom to make this Mother's Day extra special.

Tea Session:

Provide a variety of teas for your mom to choose from. You can opt for classic teas like Earl Grey or English Breakfast, or more unique teas like green tea or herbal tea where you can find any of them from Heath & Heather Tea Range. Make sure to brew the tea properly for the best flavor.


Finger sandwiches are a must-have at a high tea session. Prepare a variety of fillings, such as cucumber and cream cheese, smoked salmon, or egg salad. Cut them into small triangles or squares for easy eating.


Scones are another essential item for high tea. Serve them warm with clotted cream, jam, or lemon curd. You can even prepare savory scones like cheese and chive for a unique twist.

Pastries and Desserts:

Prepare an assortment of mini pastries and desserts to complement the tea and sandwiches. You could make mini quiches, petit fours, fruit tarts, or macarons.

Tea Set and Accessories:

Set the table with a beautiful tea set, including cups, saucers, a teapot, and a sugar bowl. Don't forget to include accessories like teaspoons, a strainer, and a milk jug.


Add some extra touches to make the high tea session extra special. You could include fresh flowers, candles, or decorative tea towels.


Consider including some activities for you and your mom to do during the high tea session, like playing games, doing a craft, or sharing stories.

Remember, the most important thing is to spend quality time with your mom and show her how much you appreciate her. Enjoy your high tea session together and create some special memories this Mother's Day.


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