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Women At High Tea With Aarika Lee


Sat Nov 18 2017, 3:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Wanna Cuppa Café and Bistro, 15 New Bridge Road, Clarke Quay, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Cost: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Wanna Cuppa

Have you ever felt like your busy schedule has meant compromising on style and struggling to stay on top of everything else? Join us at "Women at High Tea", where you will get expert advice on fashion, family and fun activities in Singapore from Aarika Lee. You will also have a chance to meet and mingle over tea and tarts with other like-minded women!

Who is Aarika Lee?
Aarika is a true-blue Singaporean with a global life experience. With her pretty head wraps as well as her amazing lifestyle, fashion and motherhood advice, it is no surprise that she has 14.9k followers on InstaGram! She is a mum of two children and wife to Kevin a.k.a. TheLionCityBoy. She is a marketing director and copywriter at Elementary Co. and also a co-founder of dress loan company RMBRTheDress by day. A musician by night as resident artist at The Mad Men Attic Bar alongside her band The Next Movement.

High Tea
Wanna Cuppa high tea set includes a pot of artisanal tea of your choice by Tealeaves with delicious savoury bites and tempting sweet treats. Vegetarian option is available.

Art & Craft
The event organiser will also introduce an exclusive product by popular calligrapher Souldeelight in addition to other pretty merchandise made by their volunteers, pricing from $2.75. There will be a short presentation about The Oasis Foundation, a charity organisation which provides foster homes for rescued and abandoned babies.

Ticket price includes donation and high tea. Join us for a relaxing tea afternoon at our garden-themed café while supporting a worthy cause! We are conveniently located opposite Clarke Quay MRT Station (Exit E) and the Central, in an Art Deco shophouse next to Song Fa Bak Kut Teh restaurant and just one minute walk to the picturesque Singapore Riverside.