Monday, April 27, 2015

Just Peachy

                                                                  It is still on the cool side here so it
                                                                  will be awhile before we will be
                                                                  having tea on the balcony with
                                                                  green grass and flowers but I found
                                                                  these photos in my file from last
                                                                  year and I didn't get around to sharing
                                                                           An April Cornell tablecloth set
                                                                           the stage for this afternoon tea.
                                                                             A pretty bouquet with peach
                                                                            Peachy teacups and an old transferware
                                                                I know I am cheating a little to share
                                                                           these summery tea photos when we
                                                                           still have some old snow and some
                                                                           mud but I am sure you don't want to
                                                                           see that!

                                                                           I am joining Bernideen's Tea Time Blog
                                                                           and Rose Chintz Cottage for their tea parties


Brenda Pruitt said...

So beautiful and romantic. I am loving orange myself these days. Just made a header from my garden flowers mostly of orange. It's such a happy color!

Pamela Gordon said...

It looks beautiful and we can only dream of this for now as we wait for warmer weather to arrive. I like April Cornell's prints.

Susan said...

Ohhhhhhh, so pretty, Carolyn. Love the peach. Yesterday's post was sweet, too. Susan

Bernideen said...

Better than mud for sure! Lovely in fact!

Bella's Rose Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
What beautiful pics! I can't believe you still have snow!! These last couple years have been crazy, we have had no snow and the mountains are at record low levels...

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, Carolyn!
And what a nice colour!
I enjoy it!

With love, Gerry

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Your beautiful posts always inspire me!
Love this color.
Have a splendid week,

Mein Gartenglück said...

So eine herrlich erfrischende Farbe in apriko, liebe Carolyn! Nun habt ihr es bald überstanden und auch ihr dürft den Tee im Freien trinken! Alles Liebe von Susan

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your tea table is so bright and cheerful, Carolyn! I love the Skye McGhie china. A beautiful bouquet too. So, what do you think of our snow today? Do you consider it farmer's fertilizer too? Your photos are a lovely reminder of what we're going to enjoy in a few weeks time. Thanks for sharing and joining me for tea.


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Margie said...

I'm so glad that you shared these beautiful images from last year. Love the peach colours and pretty tea set!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Oh you always share the most beautiful photos. What cheery and bright setting. Love the peachy colors.

Thank you for sharing.


Tante Mali said...

Good Morning Carolyn,
your posts are always wonderful. Eye candies for a good day!
Happy spring

Madelief said...

I hope the weather on your island will change soon Carolyn! It's a bit chilly in Rotterdam as well for the time of the year, but we have enough sunshine and rain to make the flowers grow quickly.

Lovely photo's of your tea on the balcony. Please don't worry about the cheating. The photo's are a joy to look at, last years of this year! I think we all do it too.

Madelief x