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Barbie High Tea

Barbie High Tea

Auckland, April 3, 2014 - Are you looking for something fun to do with your little princesses over the school holidays?

Then join us for a magical afternoon tea to celebrate the recent release of Barbie™ The Pearl Princess on DVD in The Great Room at The Langham Auckland.

Sweet treats include Pearl Cupcakes, Seahorse Cookies, Candy Bracelets and Tiara Sandwiches perfectly paired with fluffy scones and sparkling Pearl Pink Lemonade.

There will also be Pearl Princess colouring in, jewellery making and Kuda cookie decorating activities.

Little Princesses are encouraged to don their tiaras, tutus and pearls and be swept away on a fairy tale journey.

1pm – 3pm
Wednesday 30 April & Thursday 1 May 2014

$35 per child/adult or $55 including a Barbie™ Mix n Match Fairy doll.

Bookings are essential. Please phone (09) 300 2924, email tlakl.fbevents@langhamhotels.com or visitwww.langhamhotels.co.nz to secure your reservation or to find out more.

About Barbie™ The Pearl Princess
Barbie™ stars as Lumina, a mermaid who dreams of being a princess. As long as she can remember, she’s had a magical power that makes pearls dance and glow. Lumina and her best friend Kuda™ a pink seahorse, embark on an adventure to a majestic kingdom. There, she uses her powers to help her friends prepare for the Royal Ball. Lumina then discovers that her magical pearls are the key to unlocking her true destiny and ultimately saving the kingdom.

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