Tuesday, February 7, 2012

A Romantic Afternoon Tea

Hello everyone,
    We have some lovely sunshine here today so it is a lovely day to enjoy a little afternoon respite with a cup of tea and a good book.

I love this teapot that I got a few weeks ago .
I love this vintage dress that looks like hand crochet .It even fits perfectly so some summer afternoon I think I should host a Victorian Tea and ask all the ladies to wear something victorian.
A brown transferware teacup.
Some heart shaped sugar cookies-just a light snack with tea.

A better look at the vintage dress-perfect for a romantic afternoon tea-don't you think!

I love this pitcher with the creamy roses.
Now,I have a good book for you to read. It is written by an amazing Canadian Christian author and I highly recommend it.

I will tiptoe out and leave you with your tea and book in our little reading nook-Enjoy!

I am joining Tea Time at Rose Chintz Cottage this afternoon.

Thank you for stopping in to visit me!



Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Love your photos. Your teapot is adorable.....Tablescape is gorgeous too!

Monica said...

Love the white linen and lace heart- so me!

Ruth...Time Was Antiques said...

Such a beautiful post. I love transferware and vintage. A wonderful collection. Would love to have tea with you!

Madelief said...

I will write write the title of the book in my notebook.

Your afternoon tea looks lovely. It must be fun hosting a Victorian tea party one day! What an amazing dress!

Lieve groet, Madelief x

Diana (Apple pie, love for details) said...

Lovely photos... Lovely you!


Susan said...

Oh Carolyn, that teapot!!!!! Ooooo lah lah. The handle is so romantic and charming.

The roses? Most beautiful.

The dress? Lovely, lovely.

The entire post? Beautiful. Loved it. Susan

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn
A beautiful tea and I hope you'll model the dress when you wear it this summer.
I'm glad you showed the cover of the book you mentioned to me, it is lovely and I shall check it out for my e-reader.

Cottage Rose said...

What a beautiful dress,,,, yes is it perfect for an old fashion tea.... how fun.... love your tea set....


Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Absolutely lovely!

And I would do anything to come to one of your Victorian Afternoon Teas!

That dress is lovely, everything so beautiful.

I will try that book! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I adore your blog...and all of the delicious photos your post! Thanks so much for sharing! It feels like I was actually there enjoying a tea with you on this here fine tuesday afternoon!

Ciao bella.
Stop by sometime...and we'll do coffee.

Creative Carmelina

Rowan said...

The dress is so pretty - an afternoon spent with a good book and, in my case, a cup of hot chocolate sounds perfet.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

You've used my favorite today Carolyn ~ brown and white transferware! That dress is beautiful! I love the color and the details on it.

Anonymous said...

Olá Carolyn!
Amo as rendas e bordados são delicados e femininos, as suas rosas são lindas. Abraço!

Att: Dorath

Deborah said...

How I would love to have tea with you there Carolyn!!!
Beautiful dress and your photos are romantic and so very lovely.
I adore Ann Voskamp and her book 1000 Gifts is a life-changer.

Deborah xoxo

Tanya@takesix said...

Beautiful, Carolyn. I love your transferware. I bought that book for my daughter for Christmas.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Hello Carolyn, I just found a lace victorian dress at a antique mall in Florida while vacationing, so now I have a dress for your tea! If only we didn't live so far apart! Love your new teapot. I would love to collect the brown transferware. It would go so well in my log home. Thanks for sharing.

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Carolyn. I love the brown and white theme for your tea. The teapot is sweet and very different in shape. What a pretty dress you've found too. Enjoy the rest of the week. Blessings, Pamela

The French Hutch said...

Hi Carolyn, What a lovely post. I love the dreamy dress and I know the tea will be wonderful in the elegant tea pot and cup. And what perfect dainty little heart cookies to go with my tea. Oh my I want to stay awhile and enjoy the romance of your lovely home.

The French Hutch

Linda said...

Hi Carolyn,
Thanks for the tip about the book. I'm going to see if I can track it down here. (BTW, how did the little ones like the Dutch fairytale I sent?) Thanks, too, for the link to yesterday's post. Dandy teapot and dress, m'dear. You've got a nose for the best finds ever! Can I come shopping with you, please! Hope you and Andrew are enjoying a lovely evening.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
Oh, I do love your teapot and creamy roses! Such a pretty tea with your creams and browns. Cookies look good and the dress is lovely. The book looks interesting too. Thanks so much for sharing this with us today.


giovanna said...

lovely photos and lovely blog!
would you come and see my blog?I would be very happy

Fru R. said...

Extremely delicious and delicate !!!
Love the soft colors you've used.
Where do you keep all your lovely porcelain:)

Big hug from Mette

Linda J. said...

Beautiful post!

Elzie said...

Such a beautiful dress! I really envy you that can ware that one. Victorian dresses are really hard to find here, I think.
And a lovely pot for your romantic tea. Guess I should do the same, sit back and read a good book. I have several that I haven't had time to read yet!!
Hope you have a lovely day.
Love Elzie

gilda said...

I love your beautiful teapot ... like your blog :)

lavendel mio said...

Beautiful pictures!
So beautiful brown crockery!
Wishing you a nice Thursday, hug Hanne

Tricia said...

love the brown dishes in your photos. beautiful blog.