Tea On Tuesday: Blue And White Garden Tea











This morning I had tea in my cottage garden with my darling Rachel.  She is off to school at the end of next month, working a lot, and getting lots of friend time in.  I was happy to have time together, talking and enjoying the lovely scones.  Rachel is a coffee girl but she loves a good scone.

This was one of the dreams I had for my little sitting spot in the garden, to share tea and conversation amidst my lovely flowers.

Tea Pot: Nantucket Home (HomeGoods)
Tea Cups: Countryside - Enoch Wedgewood (Tunstall) Ltd. 
                  English Bridges - Alfred Meakin Staffordshire
                 (Both found at an Antique Store in Strasburg, PA)
Dessert/Salad Plate: Antique Floral - Queen's 
Jam/Cream Bowls: Blue Nordic - Johnson's Brothers Ironstone
Milk Pitcher: THL - (HomeGoods)
Scones: Purchased Frozen, and ready to bake, at The Tea Trolley in Delta, PA.

Joining Bernideen 
Tuesday Cuppa Tea


Have a lovely day, friends!

Comments

  1. Oh how lovely...wonderful blues! You must grab all the moments you can with your darling girl. Time...goes...by...so...fast!

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  2. What a beautiful spot to have tea! I love the blue and white - so pretty!

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  3. How lovely!Great tea time with gorgeous china and an adorable garden.Hugs.

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  4. Your charming outdoor tea has me singing the blues!

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  5. What a lovely summer moment! And blue and white are becoming one of my new obsessions, too. It's so fresh looking, isn't it?

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  6. Tea is such a beautiful thing. I love it ! But when I see tea I get so happy. Enjoy those moments, how quickly they fly away. Lovely garden too. HUGS

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  7. Of course I love all the blue and white. It must have cooled down a bit in order to have outside tea. The scones look yummy. Best of all time with your daughter.

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  8. I think I can smell the scones! Yummy! And blue and white is a top fave colour combo! I'm sure you both had a wonderful visit over that charming tea table!

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  9. What a pretty tea time! The blue is lovely in your garden setting and I love the mix and match of blue and whites! Very summery. Thanks for sharing and enjoy the weekend. Blessings...Sandi

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  10. All these blue dishes are absolutely wonderful!! I love this garden setting and thank you for sharing this lovely tea in the garden!

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  11. There is nothing prettier than blue and white dishes, and I have collected them years and now onto purple tranfserware
    Your setting is beautiful

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  12. Deanna, that is so beautiful! I have a love of blue and white china that must be genetic--on my mother's side.

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    realized it's new to me. Anyhow, I'm certainly pleased I stumbled upon it and I'll be book-marking it and checking
    back frequently!

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