Happy Wednesday, my friends!! I know the day is almost over, but I couldn’t resist sharing a Spring Tea with you. With the weather so pretty outside, I am in the mood for a Spring Tea, how about you???
I set my Spring Tea table with thrifted finds, Grandma’s vintage tea pot, letters written by Hubby’s grandpa, fresh flowers from right outside my door, and a crocheted tablecloth.
I would love to have my mom and/or my daughters and daughter-in-laws over for a Spring Tea . We would sit at my thrifted table and chairs that I painted with Ancient Gray and Antique Coral.
Adding a candle holder is the icing on the cake. It pulls everything together.
Grandma crocheted so MANY things before she passed on. We like to think she was leaving a piece of her with us, so she could always be near.
The napkins are vintage from Grandma, too. I like the small added color they give with just a hint of pink.
Of course, I like the fact that the cups and saucers do not match. The colors blend, but the patterns aren’t a match at all.
The sugar bowl and creamer were in Grandma’s things when she passed away. I was blessed enough to receive them.
Each of us would visit and take some time to look at old family photos. The woman in the picture is Hubby’s mom that passed away 26 years ago from cancer. Isn’t she beautiful?
We would set out soiled tea bags on the tiny saucers that my Grandma hand crafted to match her Desert Rose dishes. Can you believe all that detail??
We wouldn’t have to spend a lot of money for flowers. Bringing flowers in from the desert adds color and ambiance for our Spring Tea.
We would spend time reading the letter written so long ago. I love the beautiful penmanship. I wish I could find a font just like it to use on my blog sometimes. Wouldn’t that be amazing?
Sitting under one of my favorite chandeliers in our home is an ideal place for a Spring Tea.
It doesn’t take much to have a simple Spring Tea. Just a couple of vintage cups and saucers, a table cloth, flowers from outside, and a few family momentos to make it a special and memorable day.
Make it a WONDERFUL Wednesday evening, my friends!
I love your spring tea! The table is beautiful!! Love all the pieces. My husband gave my daughters and I a beautiful tea set about 15 years ago because we had weekly tea parties. To this day, we still have tea parties when we can.
So pretty, love it. You have such a lovely collection of beautiful things, and those little dishes for the teabags are just gorgeous.
I found my way view Classy Clutter link up. Your table setting is precious. I love the sentimental items, especially the letter and photos. The teapot is unique and pretty. I love anything aqua.