Regal is the new in. Why not treat your bestie to a bridal shower royalty tea party treating her like the princess that she is? And who better to emulate this trending idea then from a very real event with our fabulous partner who knows a thing or two on how to execute this theme on the poshest of levels? We're talking Elizabeth's Cake Emporium and her London-based friends. Hosted at the luxurious Lanesborough hotel, a team of A-list wedding and event industry professionals threw a very exclusive tea party to celebrate an exciting new partnership with renowned fashion designer to royalty, Bruce Oldfield, OBE. This gorgeous gallery of Catherine Bradley are the exquisite results. This exciting collaboration, the brain child of Head of Events, Antoinette Lettieri is easily transferable for a bridal shower royalty tea party with your squad and the guest honor bride-to-be.

Bridal Shower Royalty Tea Party

The bridal shower royalty tea party indulgence, of course would start with a champagne afternoon tea. Dressing the room in an abundance of gorgeous floral like Wild About did here is an absolute must on our check list for a regal vibe. Pastel linens of Just 4 sets the foundation for a girly tablescape that blends into the overall design properly showcasing Duchess and Butler lustrous tableware. Exquisite stationery of Ruth Kaye Design can be easily found to complete the paper suite from the invitations to the table. No event is complete without the eye-candy and delectable show stopping cakes of Elizabeth Solaru - who's talent truly goes well beyond that magic she can whisk up. These royal treats are perfect for a regal vibe with white sugar flowers and a gold B monogram. Amongst the beauty that unfolded here, and the main attraction, came from the couture wedding gown show of Bruce Oldfield. As the Lanesborough's exclusive couturier, his refinement and classic tailoring assures that every design detail is meticulous. As his latest collection of show stopping bridal gowns were unveiled, he spoke about his humble beginnings and how he dressed Diana, Princess of Wales. You can't get much more regal than that. Outside this event, we truly think the ideas are worthy of pouring over for a bridal shower royalty tea party. Dare we say - it is just our cup of tea!

Photographer: Catherine Bradley Bridal Designer: Bruce Oldfield Flowers: Wild About Cakes & Desserts: Elizabeth's Cake Emporium Hair and Makeup: Botias Linen: Just 4 Stationery: Ruth Kaye Design