Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A Pretty Pink Tea Table for Two!

I had such an exciting weekend - Mr FH & I went down to our new beachhouse for a couple of days R & R after a busy week on the farm. Finally my new couches have arrived!!! Yippee!! Everything I had bought seemed to go together really well which was a relief!. I haven't quite finished the familyroom but when I do I will share some photos -it is sort of 'French', so very different to the farm house.


Tuesday is always such a busy day around the Land of Blog - tea parties everywhere!! What is joy it is to look at all the gorgeous tea cups on display.
This week I decided to use my lovely silver tea service again - I thought while it was nice and shiny it was silly not to enjoy it some more.




I set my small coffee table in my sunroom with a pretty white cloth and sprinkled it with rose petals to start my table.




White linen napkins and plain white china seemed the way to go.




I had this bunch of pretty white flowers in a jug on my kitchen table for a couple of weeks so I transferred them to a lovely silver water jug and added that to the table.




This old glass cake plate was a gift to me from a lady whose mother I had been very close to and she had passed away so I really treasure this and use it only on special occasions.




I think this lovely silver dish is actually a butter dish but it holds my Donna Hay sugar sticks just perfectly. I love these - I don't know what I'll do when they are all used as I have never seen them anywhere else since I bought them.




Anyone for a slice of cake??  Looks delicious, doesn't it?  I have had these three slices of cake (it is really soap) sitting in my glass cake dome on my kitchen bench for a couple of years now. I just love it - Mr FH would have a fit if he knew how much I paid for it but he would have to agree - it has lasted a long time!




My sunroom is really a delightful place to sit and have tea!! It has a large window and lets the light in really well on days (like today) when it's a little dull and cloudy.




This was one of my last roses for autumn so it looked a little lonely in the vase by it's self so I just sprinkled it around the table.



Pull up a seat and join me......Tea for two is always much nicer than tea for one!!

Suzy

22 comments:

Christie said...

I love that the cake is SOAP! How clever! I have found ornament 'cupcakes' to leave on my cake platter, but I have never seen the soap...so cute! Thanks! www.threepixielane.blogspot.com

The Thrifty Designer said...

That is so pretty! And the soap really does look yummy...I think I'd have to hide it from my kids :)
Visiting from Table Top Tuesday.

kate said...

Oh so pretty, you tricked with the cake soap, it looks yummy!!! everything is so beautiful wish i could come join you
kate

paperbutterfly said...

How pretty! and fresh feeling. This is a wonderful spot to share thea with a friend. Wouldn't they feel special with a silver teapot, special cake plate and and rose petals on the table. Thank for takeing the time to share this with the other tea ladies. They will feel special.
Invitation to tea is always there for you.
Blessings, Pam

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hello :) What a lovely table you have set, from the gorgeous silver pieces, your pretty white cup, the sweet rose petals and the white flowers, but especially, those incredible cake soaps! I've never seen any of those before...LOVE them!!

Happy Teacup Tuesday!

Warmest, Brenda

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Exquisite. The silver with the white and just a touch of pink is just breathtaking. Stunning. What a gorgoeus tea table. I love it. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Ro Magnolia said...

Lovely table setting! And I especially like that the cake is 100% calorie free! :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Your tabletop vignette is just gorgeous! I adore the soap.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Suzy,
Your teascape is lovely with your silver tea service and rose petals! I have never heard of sugar sticks before; how delightful! The cake soap looks like the real deal and very pretty too, I might add! A lovely tea! Thank you for stopping by and for joining me for Tea Time. Wishing you a beautiful day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Terri said...

Delightful post. Such a lovely setting, your silver tea set is gorgeous, and the simple white tea cup and saucer so classic.
I laughed when you said how your hubby would react if he knew how much you paid for the soap!
Lol!
The rose petals are a very romantic touch.
Thank you for sharing.
Hugs,
Terri

parTea lady said...

Your tea table is lovely. That is a beautiful silver tea service. I like your pretty cake slice candles too.

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

What a soft and elegant table you've set.. I enjoyed seeing your display very much..

Sonny

Tina Eudora said...

What a beautiful table Suzyq and the dessert looks too scrumptious for words! I love the way you arranged those daisies in a silver ewer, it seems so summery. And is that tape lace it is sitting on? Wow I love tape lace! Have a great day and save me some of that cake please.
Tina xo

Atelier de Charo said...

Love your setting, your sunroom is a lovely place to have some tea. Love your silver!

Hugs
Charo

Lavender Cottage said...

What a lovely tea table you set, I'm late to join you but enjoyed your post very much.
Your fake cake slices still look yummy and your silver tea service is really nice.

Bookie said...

Everything is so lovely and inviting. The silver is pretty, but I have none. I do have an old silver tea pot in my garden though. :) Love all the pinks...so nice, all of it.

Marydon said...

Suz ~ Your service, setting & decor are fabulous & inviting ... such delicate touches for that elegant presentation.

Have a lovely 4th!
TTFN ~ Marydon

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Ahhh...very PRETTY...love the flowers!

Blessings,
Linda

rosechicfriends said...

Oh so enjoyed my tea with you today! You know, everything is just so much more elegant with silver and you have a lovely set!
Happy Tea,
Lorena

Appleshoe said...

Your flowers are lovely and I would never have thought to look twice to see that those yummy looking cakes were actually soap. They look good enough to eat. Your table looks so inviting, but if I should come to tea, would you mind if I brought the dessert *wink* Take care.

Lady Katherine said...

I am trying to post, I see a lot of people around blogland is having the same problem. So this is a test, after my last comment sent a error message. Here goes

Lady Katherine said...

Hi,I see my second comment will post. I love your header! In love with you beautiful Silver Tea Service! The tablecloth, and napkins I adore! The white daisies looks so pretty, and do last a long time! I need to remind myself to buy some to plant. I too cherish Treasures from my older friends, your cake plate is so beautiful! Thank You so much for joining me for Tea Time! I simply adore your cake soap! I have never heard of hay sugar, I love the silver dish it is in. Google it maybe you will find it. I would love to know what hay sugar is! lol