Marbucks’ High Tea Party raises funds for women’s shelter

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

On Saturday, August 20th, island ladies donned their best frocks and fun hats and headed to Marbucks Coffee Shop, where a fabulous High Tea party awaited. Held to raise funds for a women’s and children’s home, the party was truly spectacular and very successful.Marbucks High Tea Party Daydreamin Bed Breakfast-11
Organizers Rachel Brock and Marlene Houghton thought of every detail, from the elegant white tent to the beautifully mismatched china. Gorgeous bouquets of hydrangeas (a wonderful donation from Brock’s family), white roses and greenery added a touch of whimsy to the tablescape. Casa Picasso’s servers poured champagne and rosé liberally as the ladies enjoyed delightful nibbles from the Island Chef featured scones, mini beef wellingtons, salmon and cucumber sandwiches and more. Of course, there was tea to spare!Marbucks High Tea Party Daydreamin Bed Breakfast-3
Ladies enjoyed a delightful evening of camaraderie, bidding on a variety of silent auction items. Even hats were available for purchase if one felt bare-headed! For two hours, the High Tea Party was a time to relax, mingle and enjoy. Congratulations Mar, Rachel and all the wonderful sponsors, for putting on a great party! We cannot wait for the next one!Marbucks High Tea Party Daydreamin Bed Breakfast-23
Sponsors include: Acquafino Resort, Ak’Bol Yoga Retreat, Belizean Arts, Candle Garden, Casa Picasso, CG Esthetics, Claudia and Gary Humphries, Coco Locos Beach Bar, Daydreamin’ Bed & Breakfast, Ecologic Divers, Feliz Bar & Grill, Gecko Graphics, Island Chef, Island Essentrics, Island Pilates by Rose, Lady Dixie Bowen, Lesley Nolan, Lilikoi Blow Dry Bar (Jessica Brown), Lola’s Pub, Mambo Chill, Marbucks Coffee House.

Details of the fundraiser and charity will be provided once all financials have been confirmed.


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