Planning a hen party for a sophisticated bride doesn’t have to be traditional, ladies! Afternoon tea is pretty much a staple when a bride’s waving goodbye to the single life but this day in age it calls for something a bit...more. Say hello to Glasgow Tipsy Tea, the afternoon tea with a difference. If you’ve got a mixed bunch of ladies coming on your hen do, from the party princesses and dancing queens to the sophisticated ladies and culture vultures this is one event they’ll all love.
We’ve paired up with a stunning, modern restaurant which is popular with locals and tourists alike. Only minutes from Glasgow Central Station, loads of landmarks and a tons of the bars, pubs and clubs downtown, this venue is the perfect place to launch the bride’s final fling before the ring. We’ll take care of the lot. Simply let us know when you’re coming to Scotland’s second city and how many girls are on the trip, then all you’ve got to do is show up at the appropriate time. Easy!
When you arrive, you’ll be whisked off to a section of the restaurant, reserved for your happy occasion. Have a seat, relax and unwind as the staff start pouring the drinks. You can choose to have either two glasses of Prosecco or two mouthwatering cocktails with your afternoon tea. Toast the bride as your spread of finger sandwiches arrive and it’s on! The open sandwiches will boast fillings such as salt beef with pickle, smoked salmon rillette, antipasti and cheese with sundried tomatoes. There’s plenty for everyone, but not so much that you’ll feel overfull when it time to leave.
Once the girls have scoffed the sandwiches, you’ll move onto the desserts. You can’t have afternoon tea without the sweet stuff and a Tipsy Tea doesn't disappoint. Satisfy your sweet tooth with cookie crumb profiteroles, cherry and pistachio, and mini cakes and pastries. Then saunter out the venue and you’re within walking distance of dozens of the city’s drinking dens. Win!
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