Whether you've forgot about Mother's Day or looking for a second (or third) celebration, there's nothing like pampering yourself and your mum with an extravagant afternoon tea.
Keep reading to check out a new floral-themed afternoon tea in Singapore complete with floral installations!
From 4 May to 5 July 2021, Conrad Centennial Singapore will have a new "Language of Flowers" afternoon tea including a host of sweet and savoury delights centred around flowers.
The floral-themed bites include Mimosa Mango Chantilly with passion fruit jus and vanilla sponge, Taramasalata Puff topped with Cucumber Flowers and Lavender Hazelnut Dacquoise with lavender crémeux, earl grey mousse and pâte sablée. There will also be a special Chrysanthemum drink.
And it's not just the food and drinks that have a floral makeover, the Lobby Lounge has also been transformed into an indoor flower garden with plenty of photo opportunities.
The highlight of the fairytale-like setup are the two carriages adorned with greens and flowers.
These carriages are serving major Cinderella meets Tangled's Rapunzel vibes. We imagine you'll have to set aside a good few minutes to live your childhood princess dreams and take the prettiest photos here.
Considering the Insta-factor of this afternoon tea experience, the prices are surprisingly not that steep. Prices start from $40++ per person with unlimited Ronnefeldt Tea and Brazilian Coffee.
If you fancy unlimited Tintoretto Prosecco Rosé too, that will set you back $65++ per person. For something extra bougie, there's the weekend-exclusive $150++ for 2 set with unlimited Ronnefeldt Tea, Brazilian Coffee, and 1 glass of Tintoretto Prosecco Rosé per person with an exclusive flower weave and bouquet wrapped around a bottle of Côte des Roses
Language of Flowers Afternoon Tea at Conrad Centennial Singapore
Address: Lobby Lounge and The Terrace, 2 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038982
Seatings: Mon to Thurs: 1 – 5pm; Fri to Sun: 1 - 3pm & 3.30 - 5.30pm (4 May to 5 July 2021)
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Text by: GirlStyle SG