Vintage Patisserie in the UK

Vintage Patisserie

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Welcome to the Vintage Patisserie, a place where we turn your party dreams into reality.  Whether it’s tea for a few or a few hundred you need, our 1920s maids are on hand, with a fabulous array of treats served on vintage china.  No time for boredom, our gorgeous activities will leave your guests squealing with joy.  You can even take a bit of the glamour home with you with our online boutique.

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Beautifully bespoke, our Tea Parties are uniquely tailored to suit your requirements.  Small gatherings start from ten people, but there’s no limit to how many can join in the fun.

Host at home, at work or in one of our decadent London venues.  We don’t mind traveling further afield either, so the Vintage Patisserie can be captured all around the UK.


Our 3 hour package includes:

1)  A sit-down delicious High Tea menu, served by our 1920s maids on the finest vintage china. Our  sweet and savoury food menu changes weekly but will be tailored to your desires.
2)  Teas hand-picked by respected TeaSmith founder John Kennedy. From sophisticated classics to contemporary mixes, if it’s tea – John knows about it.
3)  A 1920s dress up trunk, so everyone can try a bit of vintage sophistication. Add some choice accessories – feathers, pearls, diamante and fascinators all round!
4)  A soundtrack of authentic 1920s tunes to ease digestion, and maybe even inspire a touch of dancing.


Head over to our Partners page to see the lovely people who have been personally selected to bring their expertise to your afternoon. Whether Charleston or Burlesque lessons, 1920s makeovers, hands-on DJ masterclasses, or lingerie salons, each Partner represents the best in their industry.

Here’s another snippet about how delightful VP is.

Angel Adoree of the Vintage Patisserie, has also put together a DIY picnic basket for under £10 that can serve four.

“The basket is all about stepping back in time with a contemporary twist,” explains Adoree. “My generation have forgotten the art of the simple life. Baking something from scratch is easy, healthy and so rewarding, not to mention cheap. This is why I’ve added a few classic items to the picnic that are easy to make and visually look exciting.”

The basket features homemade sweet and savoury scones, savoury cupcakes, clotted cream and strawberry preserve, red pesto and cold green jasmine tea with berries: simply make one cup of jasmine tea with a large tablespoon of leaves, add sugar to taste and then add to a large bottle of filtered water then place in the fridge or freezer until required. Pour and add the berries for extra sweetness. “Picnics can be cheap – it’s just a matter of planning,” says Adoree.