Decor-a-Tea ~ More Pink…

This is a follow-up to my Pink Tea collage with some larger photos. I’ve posted these before in 2007 but wanted to re-post them for the Decor-a-Tea theme.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage. I’m working on updating my blog posts very slowly.

 

 

 

 

 

My next Decor-a -Tea post will be Blue!

Oops! Sorry ladies I just read LaTeaDah’s weekly themes a little more carefully and see that my tea tables could have waited till May. I’ll share my Vintage Blue tea table then and my Tea for One in that week, too. Now to follow the directions and stop jumping the gun! 🙂

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27 thoughts on “Decor-a-Tea ~ More Pink…

  1. Ohhhhhhhh. . .
    Awwwwwwwwwwww. . .
    So B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L !!!!!!!!!

    I have the placemats and napkins that match your tablecloth quilt — but, hmmmm, maybe I need that too?!?!?!?!

    Lovely!

    LaTeaDah

  2. I’m so glad you posted them again, I didn’t see them last year! I love it all – fabulous!

    I took a second look at your tea cup and mine and they are different, yours has sort of an hour-glass shape, mine is big at the top and narrow at the bottom. It has no name on the bottom, just “Royal Albert Bone China England.”

    Thanks for sharing, can’t wait to see the blue!

    Katherine

  3. Glad you dropped by to visit my tea post because it led me to your amazing tea setting! Absolutely beautiful, fit for a queen! I love the color of your walls too! Made me smile! 🙂

  4. Hi Ellen. I just had to say again how much I *love* using quilts as tablecloths — especially when the occasion is one as charming as a tea party! For a number of years I used a pink and white quilt, very similar to yours, on the dining room table for Mother’s Day brunch. I had two little clusters of baby pink roses placed as centerpieces in little cube-like cups that were made from ceiling tins. Your table is absolutely charming!

    And now I can’t wait to see your next Decor-a-Tea post in blue!

    ~ Arleen

  5. Ellen,

    I absolutely love your pictures on this post!! I am a tea and tea house fan and these pictures simply made my night tonight. I’m visiting a new teahouse soon, with my daughters, and I can’t wait. We have precious times together, sipping, talking, and just looking around. I’d like to come back and visit your blog to see more “tea” pictures.

  6. Love it! I really do like that quilt. Reminds me that I must try that with one of mine!

    Your treats look yummy 😉

  7. I love your blog! Thanks for visiting me. Hopefully we’ll hear from each other again! Your pictures are delightful!

  8. GORGEOUS POST! Can I come for tea? Just kidding ~ but your table is lovely. Your china is soooo beautiful! The shape of the teacup and edges of the plates are so delicate and fine and your crystal is exquisite!

    Thank you for allowing us to enjoy the beauty you’ve so thoughtfully collected and arranged! Enjoy a delighful week!

  9. This is all so beautiful…what time is tea? 🙂 I love your green paint color as well, it all fits in so beautifully, thanks for sharing your beautiful home.

  10. What a lovely setting! Thanks for sharing with us!

    And thanks also for visiting my blog. That was so interesting that you registered for the Pfaltzgraff Yorktowne pattern in 1974. I hadn’t realized it had been around that long. I figured it was a 1980s pattern. I was married in 1985 and just had a few pieces at that time. (The salt-and-pepper shakers, the butter dish, the cream pitcher… and that might be all.) About two years ago someone my husband works with found out I liked that pattern and gave me her entire collection of it! Table settings for four plus lots of serving and decorator pieces. I was thrilled!

  11. thank you for sharing such lovely photos. they are inspiring me to to have a big tea party (not just one on my couch-with me, myself, and I and a cup).

  12. Well, I thought your last post was very cool with the collage effect. But, I must say I like these views even better – the details show up so nicely. I love the variety of linens, especially the quilt and the floral accents on the chairs. I also love the variety of glassware mixed into your table setting! Beautiful!!

  13. Hi Ellen 🙂

    Thank you for your sweet comments about my tea post. I love yours! The whole room is gorgeous. Do you mind giving the wall color?

    I wish we could transport ourselves like you suggested 😉

    Have a beautiful day,
    Rue 🙂

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