Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tea on our Summer Porch



                                                                           Hello everyone,
                                                              Now that summer is here I enjoyed
                                                              taking my afternoon tea on our
                                                             summer (screened) porch.I can
                                                             enjoy the garden from here and
                                                             watch the comings and goings of
                                                             the robins feeding their babies in
                                                             the Miss Kim lilac right behind me.
                                                     
                                                                       I decided to treat myself to
                                                                      a few pretty cucumber sandwiches.


                                                                       The pretty teacup and
                                                                       saucer came from The
                                                                       Rosewood Cottage in
                                                                       Summerside.
                                                                     My tea today is Vanilla Almond
                                                                     rooibos tea from Lady Bakers
                                                                     Tea Trolley sold locally at the
                                                                     Farmer's Market.
                                                                   A corner of our Summer Porch ~
                                                                   if you would like to see more check
                                                                   it out here.


                                                                    I used an old vintage sheet for
                                                                    the tablecloth.
                                                             Now that I have had my tea
                                                                      break, I am recharged and
                                                                      better get back to work but
                                                                      you can linger if you like!

                                                                     I am joining BNOTP for
                                                                     for Tablescape Thursday.

                                                                                       Thanks for visiting,

                                                                                                      Carolyn 

20 comments:

Janneke said...

Wow, the sandwiches look so inviting on this beautiful saucer with violets.

oh-my-home said...

Beautiful, romantic place! I love colors and all the items.
Good time on Your porch :)
marta

Hulda said...

It looks very lovely with the the pansies on the cakes.:) You have a romantic place.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

What a lovely and truly beautiful respite.

Kathryn Bechen said...

So pretty and those sandwiches are absolutely adorable! :) I am hosting a tiny summer party the end of July and getting excited by the planning of my menu and decor.

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

The sandwiches look too pretty to eat. What beautiful china and such a nice lunch with tea.

Pamela Gordon said...

Your cucumber sandwiches are so delicious looking wrapped like that. The whole setting is so pretty. I looks like the Maritimes are in for a beautiful weekend coming up so we can enjoy our porches and gardens and decks.

Carla from The River said...

Wonderful tea indeed. I love the cucumber sandwiches. :-)

June said...

You create the most beautiful tables and teas Carolyn. I love it when I can come by and visit here. I always leave so inspired.
sending hugs...

Shirley said...

Love every thing about this post!

Musings, Tea, and Me said...

Divine! Carolyn, I want to book a room! Lavender is my favorite color and nothing says tea time quite like cucumber sandwiches...with your extra touches they are delightful. Thanks for sharing this lovely post. Vickie

Daniela said...

If your cucumber sandwiches are as much delicious as beautiful I think they were irresistible !
You've gave life to such a romantic corner in the nuances of mauve, so vintage !
Thank you my dear Carolyn, have a lovely day X
Dany

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Patricia Hinkel said...

Those tea sandwiches are very pretty looking and so does your tea setting. Hope you have a lovely week end.

Villmarkstausa said...

Fantastisk ;-)

My Little Home and Garden said...

The little sandwiches are so beautiful, Carolyn, tied and decorated with the bloom. What a charming idea!

Karen

Madelief said...

What a delightful tea it is Carolyn. I like the way you made the sandwiches. They look too good to eat :-)

Wishing you a happy week! Hope you, Andrew and your mother are still ok. I think of her now and then....

Happy week!

Madelief x

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Regina Melo-Jocknevich said...

That's so beautiful!!!