Afternoon tea at the Willard Intercontinental

This Sunday we got the chance to revisit our incredible wedding venue, The Willard Intercontinental Hotel, for their cherry blossom afternoon tea. My outfit of choice? A blouse + full skirt + statement pearl necklaces + nude heels. But first, tea 🍰 FoodSince this is their seasonal cherry blossom tea, all the sandwiches and tea selection were Japanese inspired. They were also totally delicious, and the portions are just enough where I’m satisfied without feeling like a stuffed pig. 🎶 AmbienceI’ve had tea at several hotels now and this décor wise the Willard is my favorite. The iconic Peacock Alley …

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  1. Cat says:

    You look very pretty in that outfit! I especially like the style of the skirt and how it brings a bit of color to the outfit :) I think that pearl necklace is such a cool design too.

    Oohh, that afternoon tea looks so nice. I would love to have one that is Japanese inspired. Everything looks delicious!

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you Cat ^_^ I love traditional English afternoon tea, but it was nice going to one with a Japanese twist to it. Combines the best of both Western and Asian tea traditions in my opinion! I would love to try a traditional Japanese tea ceremony one day as well!

  2. Tara says:

    I love afternoon tea! It’s so elegant and it’s a lovely treat every once in a while. I only tried it once, but I hope to do it again :)

    Your outfit is lovely for the outing. And I loved seeing your afternoon tea set up. All the sweets look delicious :) I like how they’re Japanese-influenced, and the lady playing in the koto really adds to the theme and ambience! :D

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you Tara! I agree, afternoon tea is a really nice treat once in a while, especially when you go with your girlfriends (guys don’t seem to appreciate it as much, haha)!