Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Set Your Table With Flair--A Small Spot For Tea




Hello, sweet friends!  I'd love to have you join me for tea today.


A quiet little spot.



A stout kettle with ornate detail.



Sweet little demitasse cups usually for espresso are perfection for dainty sips between friends.





I love the pretty scalloped detail of the cups, creamer, and sugar!

Creamer

Lidded sugar



A simple floral topper.  A pretty crochet throw just in case it becomes chilly.



In this post earlier in the week, I shared that my trees have become lush and full.  An antique champagne urn makes for a beautiful vessel in which to place fresh clippings.


Fragrant, delicate little blossoms....



add to the table's charm.



A good read with beautiful photographs is what I enjoy most.  Vogue Wedding's Brides, Dresses, and Designers not only makes a great way to pass the time in solitude, but if you are a romantic like me, it would make for wonderful conversation as well!  I am a bit obsessed with the romance of weddings, if you are unaware....so much so that I write a wedding blog.  My wedding blog The Bride Ideal can be found here.
 

This phenomenal publication, which is fore-worded by the wedding gown doyenne herself, Vera Wang, chronicles the fabulous, iconic, and memorable weddings of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Edward, Lady Diana and Prince Charles, Catherine Middleton and Prince William, Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III, Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy, Lauren Bush and David Lauren, Aerin Lauder and Eric Zinterhofer, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, just to name a minuscule few!  Split into sections: The Royal WeddingThe Country WeddingThe Social Wedding, The Model Wedding, Weddings by the Sea, The Vogue Wedding, and an informative Wedding Designer's Guide, it truly is a gem.

 

A lovely way to pass time,



and lose oneself,



for an hour.....


or more......




in a tiny corner of the garden.


From my collection:

Demitasse teacups, saucers, sugar, and creamer, Wedgwood
Teapot, 1930, Ascot Sheffield Design by Community 
Champagne bucket, Pilgrim Silver, P705
Floral fabric used as topper, Joann Signature Print
Crochet throw, Local Vintage 



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34 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I actually have a similar vintage tablecloth that was my moms! Now you've inspired me to dig it out and put it to use again! LOVE the huge tea pot.

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  2. Beautiful pretty girl! Wish I could have some tea al-fresco and better if it was with you.
    I love all the Wedgwood pieces, they are gorgeous! The silver fat teapot is to die for!
    Big hugs,
    FABBY

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    1. Fabby, you are a doll! Thank you so very, very much! :)

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  3. I'm coming right over! A blue and white party is my favorite.
    Amalia
    xo

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  4. Your Wedgwood teaware is beautiful. Like so many, I love blue and white paired together. The silver teapot brings so much elegance to your table. What a treasure!

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    1. Thank you, sweet Nora!! I Just love it too!

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  5. What a dreamy, romantic spot you've created for a lovely tea party! I'm in love with your blue and white theme, and the gorgeous silver teapot.

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  6. This is completely lovely, so serene. The blue set is so delicate. I LOVE that Vogue - I am such a fan of vintage vogue and looking at the old covers - this is beautiful - enjoy your lovely creation!

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  7. LOVE, love your silver teapot! The shape of it is just so pretty with its little feet! The Wedgwood is lovely too and your setting, delightful! A romantic spot for a cuppa. Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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    1. Thank you, Sandi! Loving your lilacs this week, so beautiful! ❤

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  8. Very pretty! Love the blue, white and silver motif!

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  9. What a lovely place to enjoy tea! Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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    1. Thank you, Martha...thank you for inviting me to tea. :)

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  10. This is so dreamy ..Blue and white is so ethereal ..WOW such beautiful tea sets ... The silver teapot take me back in time ..It's fabulous...Lovely post...Hugs

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  11. Love it all, I adore blue and white china and silver tea pots

    I almost purchased the Bridal book yesterday at Barnes & Nobel book store, then I have SO many books

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    1. Thank you...I do too, but this book is a real treasure! Indulge! :)

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  12. What a nice tea... so beautiful. :)

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  13. What a beautiful tea. Sipping in the garden is always an added pleasure! Love your gorgeous blue and white dishes! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  14. I am now in love..the tablecloth, the china...it's all perfect. Love it all!

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  15. Such a lovely spot...beautiful!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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    1. Thank you, Cindy...and thank you for hosting!

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