Celebrate Your High Tea Baby Shower Sunshine Coast at Aimee Provence
High Tea Parlour

Some occasions in life are just so important that they demand to be celebrated in style. This calls for a venue with bags of character, style and atmosphere.

The perfect way to treat a mum-to-be and gather together friends and family before the new arrival.

At Aimee Provence in Buderim, we can provide everything you need for your High Tea Baby Shower, And what better way to treat the mum-to-be than enjoying a delicious High Tea – Where you can enjoy a selection of finger sandwiches, handcrafted sweet treat as well as our renowned scones. All served, of course, with a pot of tea. For the ultimate celebration, why not upgrade with a glass of prosecco or Champagne. The perfect way to treat a mum-to-be and gather together friends and family before the new arrival.

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High Tea Baby Shower Sunshine Coast

Spoil ‘mum-to-be’ with a baby shower in Buderim at Aimee Provence High Tea Parlour

It’s not just the expectant mother-to-be who feels excited when there’s a new baby on the way, and a shower is an ideal way to bring together your loved ones so they can share in the joy. With plenty to be getting on with in terms of preparations for the baby’s arrival, we want to do our bit to make planning your shower as stress-free as possible.For booking a baby shower at Aimee Provence, get in touch with our experienced events team and well get your celebration underway!

Baby Showers are fun events, filled with laughter, activities, gifts for the baby and advice for the parents-to-be. The origin of baby showers cannot be pinpointed exactly, but many people believed this practice dates back to the ancient times. During the Victorian Era, the Baby Shower was simply a Tea Party, held in the afternoon. The guests were the closest female friends of the mother-to-be, and they would gather together to talk, to wish the new mummy good luck and give small gifts for the child. It was a simple and quaint event.

Baby Showers were very popular in the US but are becoming more and more popular in Australia. Here are several popular Baby Shower traditions:

– Historically, Baby Showers were hosted by someone who was outside the Mummy-to-be’s family, such as a friend or a close co-worker, but today, almost anyone can host the Shower, including Sisters, Aunties or Best Friends of the Mummy-to-be.

– Baby Showers are held when the Mummy–to-be is at least seven or eight months pregnant, when her tummy is very obvious already.

– Traditionally, women were the only ones who went to the Party, especially during the early times. However, today, men, especially the Mummy-to-be’s Husband or Partner, are also invited to the Baby Shower.

Why not book a High Tea Baby Shower at our Buderim venue and enjoy our wonderful High tea in elegance with classic decor, luxuriously comfy seating and welcoming greetings from myself and my staff. – Please use the contact form for bookings of over 12 people for a Baby Shower High tea enquiry.