December 8, 2011

Kiki & Coco: A Girly Tea Party

 (Image via Stephanie Rausser)


A while back I wrote about the lovely images photographer Stephanie Rausser captured of her daughter on a trip to Paris- Kiki & Coco in Paris. Imagine my surprise when I received a lovely message in my inbox informing me that those images have recently been transformed into a book by the same name! What a fabulous gift for any little 'Kiki!'

Through this email I was also introduced to the most charming tea salon that will host a Kiki & Coco in Paris book signing and reading this Friday. Crown & Crumpet is a San Francisco-based establishment that is truly every girly girl's dream! The photos below prove it! Stephanie Rausser, Nina Gruener (author of the book), and Jess Brown (designer of the charming doll, Coco, featured in the Parisian adventure) will be present at the event for lots of mixing and mingling with guests.

Now, if only I could get to San Francisco by Friday!

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- Photos from the book, Kiki & Coco in Paris -










(Images via Stephanie Rausser Facebook page)


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- Photos of Crown & Crumpet Tea Salon -
















(Images via 1, 2)


If you're in the San Francisco area this Friday I so wish you would attend this event, and document it for the rest of us!

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Kiki & Coco in Paris Book Signing Tea Party:
Friday, December 9, 2011
4 pm - 6 pm

$48 for adults (it includes a copy of the book!) $10 for little ones

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Happy Thursday, loves!


8 comments:

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

og my! Too cute for words!

How Lovely at MarthaStewart.com said...

How gorgeous! Every little girl should have her own Coco. Too cute.

Ashley @ The Sweet Life Studio said...

J'adore!!!

Simone said...

Beautiful photos, totally gorgeous!!! And Crumpet & Crown looks like the most beautiful place ever, WOW!!!! I love it :)

Hope life is good with you, you newly engaged sparkly girl :) :) :) XX

Taj Acosta said...

I've always wanted to go to Crown and Crumpets!! So cute! xx

Carroll said...

I love the Crown and Crumpet. I was able to visit once when I was in San Fran on business and loved every second of my high tea experience. Wish I could go for this fun event, too! :)

Mrs. W said...

So precious! Sounds like a great event!

Mrs. Pretty said...

Swoon - this is just too precious. I must stop by that shop the next time I'm in San Francisco.