You’re invited to Babyology’s Baby Shower High Tea at The Langham in Melbourne!

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Babyology is coming to Melbourne! Come join us for a lavish high tea event and celebrate your own baby shower in the plush surrounds of The Langham this June.

Our own incomparable Managing Editor, Mandi Gunsberger, is hosting the inaugural Babyology Baby Shower High Tea at The Langham’s Clarendon Ballroom on Sunday, June 15, so expect plenty of tips and style advice about all things for baby and mums-to-be, from prams and cots to maternity wear and nappy bags.

Of course, this is a high tea, so you can also expect lots of delectable morsels too from The Langham’s marvellous team of chefs, including their famed ribbon sandwiches, warm scones with preserves and cream and plenty of ever-so-adorable baby-themed desserts to coo over, so book a table, bring your friends and family and make an afternoon of it.

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Now, what’s a baby shower without presents? Each mum-to-be will receive a special gift bag for her baby filled with products (so there’s no need to buy the Mum-to Be a gift for the shower).

Each mum-to-be will also have the chance to win one of these prizes from our partners:

A Bugaboo Bee stroller, Incy Interiors cot, Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair, InfaSecure car seat, Storksak nappy bag, Ergo wrap and carrier, sleeping bags and linen from Grobag, baby skincare products from babyU and Heinz Baby Basics $500 hamper. Music on the day will be provided via Pandora radio.

The Langham Hotel is at Southbank, Melbourne. The Babyology Baby Shower High Tea is $79 per person and there are two sittings available – from noon to 2pm or from 3pm to 5pm. For more information, or to make a booking email rest.res@langhamhotels.com or phone 1800 641 107.

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