High Tea Bridal Shower
A UNIQUE, ELEGANT AND SOPHISTICATED WAY TO CELEBRATE A HIGH TEA BRIDAL SHOWER.
Make it a shower your bride will never forget by celebrating her upcoming nuptials at our High Tea Parlour in Buderim. Although this longstanding tradition is and always has been a treat for the senses, we must confess that none quite compare to the delights you will find at Aimee Provence High tea Parlour.
Celebrate with Us
If you’re looking for that perfect venue to celebrate an engagement or a bridal shower then Aimée Provence High Tea Parlour is your premier destination – With all the little extra indulgences to ensure that you have an unparalleled High Tea bridal shower celebration.
From freshly prepared finger sandwiches to fluffy scones with lashings of jam
and clotted cream, every treat is sumptuous and reassuringly traditional.
Decades of experience perfecting the ultimate afternoon tea, reaching
elaborate heights that even Queen Elizabeth II would be proud of.
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For groups of 12 or more, please call ahead.
Monday closed –
Tuesday - Sunday 9.00am - 2.00pm
All Day Dining
Tuesday to Saturday | 9am - 2.00pm
The Ultimate Celebration Package
Our most luxurious package brings a number of experiences you can enjoy while you celebrate at our parlour.
Minimum 25 guests
Unlimited Sparkling Brut
Flower Crown Making
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”Wonderful friendly staff, beautiful treats, the perfect setting to celebrate special moments.Narelle BlairBirthday Celebration
Frequently Asked Questions
The tradition of bridal showers dates back to the 16th century when brides who couldn’t afford dowries were ‘showered’ in gifts by relatives and friends, so she may have cash and household items to help her set up her marital home.
However, these days many brides may already live with their spouse and have all their necessary household items, so the tradition of hosting a bridal shower is more focused on celebrating the upcoming marriage of the bride-to-be.
The bridal shower is traditionally the responsibility of the maid of honour, and traditional etiquette suggests that it should not be hosted by a member of the bride’s family. However, things are different in modern society, and anyone can arrange a bridal shower celebration including the bride herself.
Whilst many brides’ mothers, sisters or friends may host a bridal shower, it is still considered polite for the host to liaise with the maid of honour throughout the planning process too. Read more about planning a bridal shower.
Traditionally bridal showers celebrations were small events, with around ten to twenty guests. The female members of the wedding party, such as the maid of honour, the bridesmaids, and the flower girls would be included, along with the mothers and sisters of the bride and groom. Additional invitations would be sent to close female friends and work colleagues.
There is a current trend for larger bridal showers celebrations, with every female wedding guest getting an invite. Although this is perfectly acceptable, it is not always necessary. Just because you are inviting someone to the wedding, they shouldn’t expect an invite to the shower, although if you invite someone to the shower they can expect an invite to the wedding.
The essential guests for a traditional bridal shower are the mothers and sisters of the couple, and these should always be invited to take part in the organisation of the bridal shower.
More of Aimee Provence
Imagine having Aimee Provence all to yourself for your own special celebration. Believe it or not, you can. Our elegant High Tea Parlour in Buderim can be booked for private events and exclusive events. Or choose to spoil that someone special with one of our High Tea gift experiences.
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