Looking for Disney tea party inspiration? You found it! It was an exceptional Sunday funday here at The Rose Table. I attended a Disney-themed tea at The Crescent Court Hotel with my friends Julie and Irene and we had such a lovely time. The only thing I love more than an excuse to wear a fascinator is a themed event! Since I’m known for my Disney Dinners series, it’s so surprise that I jumped at the chance to go.
I decided to Disneybound as Alice for the occasion, sporting a pale blue and white dress, floral necklace, and the butterfly fascinator I wore at Disney Dinners: Alice on Wonderland.
Our table had cherry blossoms fans and branches, a tiara, a little Tiana figurine, printed menus, and beautiful blue and white serveware. We oohed and ahhed as our server poured champagne into our blue drinks, turning them purple before our eyes. You gotta love butterfly pea flower powder!
We started the tea service with the Crescent Court’s take on The Grey Stuff, a foie gras mousse with shaved truffle. This was definitely one of my favorite bites of the day. It was super savory and earthy with a wonderful texture. The mouse was light as air.
We poured green tea as our tea towers arrived. The first course consisted of four sandwiches: a tomato mozzarella tea sandwich, muffuletta on mini hoagie, mini arepa filled with queso fresco, and rye crostini with confit byaldi, an elegant take on Ratatouille and our favorite of the sandwiches.
The scones were both phenomenal but tiny. I wish they were three times the size! We each got a spinach scone and pumpkin scone with clotted cream and the most amazing spiced apple jam.
For dessert, we switched to the featured vanilla black tea. I was worried it would be too sweet for me but I loved both the featured teas! We had an adorable array of Disney treats for dessert: a kiwi coconut pinwheel (we think for Tiana), cinnamon puff braid (for Rapunzel), a “poisoned apple” (for Snow White), and a honey pot (for Winnie the Pooh). I think we all had a favorite dessert. Mine was probably the kiwi pinwheel. I don’t think I’ve ever had a kiwi cake before and it was delicious!
At $100, it’s definitely one of the priciest teas in Dallas but the Crescent Court includes a lot of details in their themed teas. Plus we love the stunning Crescent Court Hotel and the live harpist serenading us with classical pop. All in all it was a magical day with my girlfriends that got me so in the mood to plan a Disney tea party for you guys!
Stay tuned because I did film an episode of The Rose Table at the tea. Can’t wait to share it with you! Want to see another Crescent Court Tea? Read about the Bridgerton Tea here.
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Tea parties are really the best!