Heart full Doll Ribbon Tea Party

Group shot

This year, the Adelaide Lolita Community was involved in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. We’ll hosted the ‘Heartful Doll Ribbon Tea Party’ on Sunday the 26th May 2013 to help raise funds for cancer research and support. We asked the local lolitas to have a heart and support this worthy cause by making a donation either online or at the tea party. ♥


The admission fee was $15 per person which included:
– Two cakes of you choice & one cup of tea
– Small thank you gift upon arrival (donated by Kairii)
– One lolita raffle ticket (additional tickets available for $3)
– Donation to the Cancer Council foundation


We held a raffle which had three prizes in total, each had a total value of approx. $50. Here’s a peek at what we had on offer:
– Cute biscuit beret (donated by Angela)
– Baby the Stars Shine Bright white emblem socks (donated by Marian)
– Baby the Stars Shine Bright cherry ribbon socks (donated by Angela)
– Alice and the Pirates socks (donated by Christine)
– Angelic Pretty headbow (donated by Adelle)
– Moripop floral wreath (donated by Angela)
– Moripop Horatio rabbit brooch (donated by Kairii)
– Tea for one set (donated by Cheryl)
– Accessories (donated by Angela, Kairii, Christine, Olivia)


We also held a friendly coordination competition.
Prize : A $30 gift voucher to One Day in Paradise (donated by Marie and ODIP)


Here are a couple of coordinates from the day. We pretty much entered everyone who attended into the competition so we all had a little parade along the tea party to show off our outfits. I didn’t actually get many pictures on the day but Kairii and Angela invited Phong, from Unscripted Productions who volunteered his time to help capture some memorable moments on the day! He got some lovely natural shots.

I wore my Angelic Pretty French Cafe set for the day and I was lucky to pick up one of the raffle prizes!

French Cafe mon

Last year I was diagnosed with Cancer, I shared this with a couple of people but generally kept it to myself. It was a long 8 months of surgery and radiotherapy, but I was looked after by wonderful doctors, nurses, friends and family that made my recovery possible. So our little ‘Heartful Doll Ribbon Tea Party’ that was organised for  Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea was very meaningful for me. We may not have raised a large amount of money, but even the smallest donations add up and can help support cancer patients, their families, and further research into prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

♥ Alyssium♥


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