Tea In Time

 ForGetMeNot Memories & Events 

                      A California 501(c)3

Tea In Time 

ForGetMeNot Memories & Events

offers a "Mobile Tea Party" service in your own home or location of choice for 
Bridal Showers, Birthdays or Occasions that are Special to you 
as a means to raise funds for our Educational & Historical events.   
At Tea In Time we are focused on providing Period Themed Afternoon Tea and Etiquette services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction.

With a variety of offerings to choose from,  we will stride to do everything with in our power to meet your expectations.

Please enjoy your visit to our website, if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you soon! 

Events and Dates are updated regularly.                                   

Friend's of Tea In Time

JASNA North OC Reading Group
Saturday morning at 10:00 -11:30
Currently reading: Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen

Panera Bread 
2415 East Chapman Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832

Donations are Appreciated

“We make a living by what we get. 

We make a life by what we give.” 

Winston Churchhill  (1874-1965)

About Us

Why Choose Us?

Why We Do What We Do?

“Good sense and good nature suggest civility in general; but in good breeding there are a thousand little delicacies which are established only by custom.”

Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield

" And to all this she must yet add something more substantial, in the improvement of her mind by extensive reading." 

Pride & Prejudice 

by Jane Austen

" During the late nineteenth century, an afternoon tea was one of the most informal entertainments to which a fashionable lady could invite her friends and acquaintances." 

1895 edition of Table Talk

Historical Sip & Sew of                      Orange County

" Useful and ornamental needlework are capable of being made, not only sources of personal gratification, but of high moral benefit, and the means of developing in surpassing loveliness and grace, some of the highest and noblest feelings of the soul."

The Ladies' Work Table Book, 1845