Teatime is a custom that originated in England, along with buying extra tickets to the theater for each horse you had that is no longer alive. Be British with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $24 for a 45-minute Princess Dress-Up Tea for two (a $49.98 value)
- $36 for a 45-minute Princess Dress-Up Tea for three (a $74.97 value)
- $48 for a 45-minute Princess Dress-Up Tea for four (a $99.96 value)
The approximately 45-minute Princess Dress-Up Tea pampers groups of young partygoers with a host of glamorous activities, including makeup applications and a sprinkling of fairy dust on fingernails. Smaller groups of up to four children will be sat with other tea party groups. Once beautified, young ladies engage in dress-up sessions culminating in a ceremony that cements their official princess status as they parade across the stage and down the runway. A simple tea party bolstered by cups of giggle tea and teapot cookies follows, while story time keeps guests engaged. Parents can snap shots of their glittering progeny in the princess carriage during a post-party photo-op.
Chelsea's Tea Room & Boutique
Though she’s clad in her finest tiara and dress, the princess does not, in all the excitement, notice that there is icing on her nose. However, this potential party faux-pas goes unnoticed by her fellow princesses, as they’re all occupied with contributing to the symphony of giggles and jubilant chatter reverberating off the tea room’s pale pink walls. Despite their attire, this royal crew is not based in a fairy tale but rather partaking in one of Chelsea's Tea Room & Boutique’s glamorous princess dress-up parties. Dedicated to fostering magical moments such as these, the tearoom’s staffers help youngsters let their imaginations run wild via well-planned parties and events.
Amid the elegant tearoom, staffers gild the faces of partygoers in makeup and festoon their nails in fairy dust before unleashing them upon the wardrobe of dress-up clothes. Wee guests hop into the finery of their choice, solidifying their official princess status during a regal strut across the stage and down the runway. Newly minted sovereigns then sip giggle tea and snack on treats such as scones, teapot cookies, and chocolate truffles. Trained in the art of make-believe, staffers remain on hand throughout parties to entertain crowds with riveting stories and etiquette sessions that teach skills, such as table manners and the importance of saying "please" and "thank you."
Along with glitzy parties, Chelsea's Tea Room & Boutique also hosts Princess Summer Glamour Camps designed to promote values such as self-respect, spoken and written communication skills, and confidence among its campers. Its shelves brimming with vibrant decor and sparkly togs, the on-site boutique enables guests to stock up on all things girly during pre- or post-party shopping sessions.