We’re all mad here at The Vintage Kitchen so it goes without saying that a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is our most favourite of favourite parties to host whether it be to celebrate an “unbirthday”, a baby shower or your Mad as a Hatter bestie’s kitchen tea. “Eclectic” is how Mr Hatter rolls and fortunately for you it’s also what we do best! So grab your wackiest hat and check out our top 10 tips for hosting a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to make king of cray Lewis Carroll proud.

Whether you’re planning a high tea baby shower for your besties first born, or you’re diving head first into the world of pink, blue or neutral as a grandma-to be, this is the check list for you! We all know that life is about to get real, real fast for for this mum-to-be so let’s make her last hurrah (for 12 months at least) a fabulous one.

This little high tea bridal shower picnic set-up was the brainchild of Kairi of Silk & Bubbles who creates the most gorgeous bridal boxes - the perfect gift for your girls to say “thanks” on the big day.The brief was very soft, feminine and most importantly - relaxed! Cos’ ain’t nobody got time for being a stressed out wreck in the lead up to their wedding!