Tea Blogathon ~ Set the Table Pink & Green

This is my third tea table. I’m using some of my archive photos since I’m not at my home in Seattle where all my goodies are to set a new table.

I have a lot of pink and green accessories and enjoy setting a table in these colors.


My China is Royal Albert Moss Rose.


For more Tables set for tea visit Gracious Hospitality.

I made a wonderful find today at a local thrift store so I have one more Set the Table post for tomorrow!

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage and they have blacked them all out. I’m slowly working at restoring my posts without their help. Such a tiresome bother!

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

13 thoughts on “Tea Blogathon ~ Set the Table Pink & Green

  1. I have enjoyed every single one of your tea posts! This is a beautiful table. I’d love to sit with you for a cuppa; wouldn’t that be fun?

    Kim, It would be lovely to sit with you over tea…

  2. This is wonderful. I love the table covering…a quilted one of some sort??? Very nice. Keep them coming, I’d love to see them all! ;D

    Hi Vee! The table covering is a quilt I bought at TJ Max…

  3. You are so amazing at finding things at the thrift stores! Looking forward to seeing what you find this time.

    Are the pink glass candleholders depression ware glass?

    Willow, yes the candlesticks are depression glass. Hope you’re feeling better…

  4. ok, I have to ask, what size is the paper doilie that you make the tea bag cozies. I found too small, and too big….and I need the size that is just right! This table is beautiful as the others. Thanks for sharing!

    Ceekay, When I get back to Seattle the end of May I’ll take one apart and show the size. I’ll try to do a special post on a tea bag cozy 🙂

  5. Your china is gorgeous! I enjoy your tea posts so much, Ellen, and I’m eager to see what your new thrift store find was! I look at our Goodwill Store whenever I get a chance (not very often), but have found nary a gem among the junk. Part of the pleasure is in the hunt, though, so I’ll keep looking!

  6. Ellen, this is just absolutely gorgeous. Pink and roses – what could be prettier? Each of your posts this week have been lovely…Kathy

  7. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love how you have put a glass salad plate on the china plates — it gives it a really nice texture in the pictures!

    Between you and I, you think we can go into business and open a tea room?! 😉

  8. The china and linens are exquisite! I love the quilted topper and matching napkins — and the cut-glass crystal combined with the beautiful china. Your green and pink color scheme is very serene and vintage — soft, dreamy — yet not boring white! Great job! I love your attention to detail.


  9. How pretty! I love the colors. I have some napkin rings just like yours. Everything looks so sweet and victorian. You have a real nack for putting things together.

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