Monday, May 10, 2010

A Victorian Tea Party!.....


A Victorian Tea Party.....

Welcome to a 'Victorian Tea Party' hosted by my good friend Cielo at http://houseinroses.blogspot.com/ It's not to late to join in this lovely celebration. All you are required to do is take a picture of a single tea cup and saucer. Then Arrange a vignette to go with it. You may add flowers, lace, candles, or what ever your romantic heart tells you to do. If you would like to join us just click on the above link. I hope to see you there. Thank you Cielo for hosting such a fun event!......


"Each DAY comes bearing its own GIFTS

UNTIE the RIBBONS"

Time seems to pass so quickly. Won't you stop by for a cup of tea?
















Our gardens are slowly coming together. The Lilacs are in full bloom and there is a lovely flowery fragrance in the air.









I do hope you stop by the 'House in Roses' to see all of the beautiful tea cups on display.
Happy Monday everyone!

With warmest regards, Carol

17 comments:

Madeline's Album said...

What a wonderful idea victorian tea party. Your table settings are quite beautiful.. Have a great day.

Princesa Nadie said...

Thank you for your visit.Would you like a cup of tea?

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Very pretty, Carol! Very pretty, indeed!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Such sweetness here, Carol! Oh how I wish I had a moment for my daily cup.....here is to you dear friend, and to the lovely little Charli, that you both have a peaceful and fun day!!! Anita

Marina Capano said...

Hi!!!so cute!!!
lovely post!


xoxo

Eileen said...

Carol, this is so pretty! And your lilacs are beautiful! Ours have bloomed and gone already!
Love your pretty tea setting, the lilacs, the lace, the watch, very sweet setting!
'Would love to join you there!
Love to you,
Eileen
PS ~ I joined Cielo's party too!

Shelia said...

HI Carol! Oh, what a lovely little tea setting! I love the tea cup and all the pretty lace! I can almost smell the flowers! Only one thing missing - little Charli! ;)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kiki said...

Yay...what a super beautiful post! So lovely and charming..gorgeous displays! Happy tea time!!
Kiki~

SmilingSally said...

What a way to spend a few pleasant moments!

My Mother's Day was super; I hope that you had a good one too.

Just a little something from Judy said...

What a beautiful post! You did a lovely job creating this vignette. I love see the tea party posts.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Carol, my sweet friend!

Thank you for loving Rabbit Hill...yes, we are big on "claiming" our territory and making it OURS. We named it Rabbit Hill because we have many bunnies running around here in Minneapolis! Charli would get her exercise chasing them all away from the tulips! Oh dearest, you must find a name for your lovely home....maybe Charli can inspire you to find the perfect name, just snug and perfect for all of you! There is a lovely pink house down the street and I call it "The Pink Lady Cottage." Let us know if you decide to do it!!!

Bisous, Anita

Anne said...

Everything looks so vintage and lovely. I would love to sit out there and enjoy a cup of tea. It looks so inviting. Your candy dish with the rose looks familiar,lol. I got the same one in my china cabinet. =)

Shelley said...

I loved your table setting - so pretty and inviting! Does Charli get a sip of tea too? :-)

Vee said...

What a pretty outdoor tea party in the lilac garden! Very sweet! (It's so cold here that I must purpose to go outside and smell my lilacs.)

Brenda Eason said...

Love it! Would love to be able to sit down with a cup of tea and chat with you.

inspirações da Jô said...

Carol loved,
I loved your post Victorian Tea Party, is as beautiful as you my sweet friend, I loved the cup, the flower on the table laid with so much love, very, very lovely !!!!!!
Kiss !!!!!

Barb's Tea Shop said...

I love all the tea tablescapes!

Enjoy reading your blog (and seeing Charlie).

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