Monday, November 28, 2011


A big thank you to all who participated in the recent survey that I conducted. The results were very encouraging and helpful.

The last few months have been spent doing research on marketing and trying to find more ways to reach women. Marketing can be a full time job! Social media, blogs, internet marketing – whew, it can be overwhelming.

I am very grateful to all of my customers, for their repeat orders and for helping to spread the word about Mystery Tea Parties.

All of the mystery plans can be seen at

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Mystery Tea Character on U Tube

Lady Tipton of "Who Killed the Darling Duke of Darjeeling?" can be seen on U-Tube! Copy and paste in your browser to see the Tea Company heiress explain how the Duke of Darjeeling was blackmailing her. For more information click on

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Thanksgiving Tea

It's my turn to host a tea this month for my Victorian Tea Society. I've decided on a Thanksgiving Theme. What a novel idea, huh? I went searching on the internet this morning and found a free Thanksgiving Trivia game to play. I'm planning on decorating my table with a centerpiece of wheat tied with a pretty fall ribbon, and a ceramic turkey on either side. I also have some ceramic Pilgrim figures that I will use. It's going to be a potluck tea, with everyone bringing something (pre-arranged, so everyone doesn't bring beans). A potluck is very appropriate for Thanksgiving, as basically that's what the Pilgrims did. Everyone brought something to the table. At past Thanksgivings we've gone around the table and each person shared something they were thankful for. I think I'll do that also, but will have each person share something they are thankful for about the person sitting next to them, on their right.

"The Missing Christmas Tree" the newest mystery tea party plan is now available on the website Just in time for your Christmas Tea. Read more about it in the press release at