Monday, July 7, 2014

Another summer tea party

  Another lovely summer day in which to have tea out on my deck.



I have included my citronella plant to keep the mosquitoes at bay.
  
 Some brownies on a pretty little "cottage" plate from H and K Tunstall.


And a sweet little creamer.


The tea cup is a very different looking one from Adderley.  I had not seen this one before but I like it.




And here is a look at one of the New Guinea Impatiens I have at the end of my deck.   I love how much cheer it brings to the space!


Thanks for joining me  today and I hope you will visit the other Tea Time blogs as well.

I have joined with the following Tea Cup Tuesday Tea Parties.

Hope you will visit them too.

16 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Beth,
Your impatiens are so pretty and sure to perk up any space. The cottage inspired plate is sweet and I like the teacup with its landscape too. Very charming pieces! Thank you for joining me for tea and enjoy your day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Karen said...

Hi Beth,
Your Lavender and Lace teacup is so pretty. I also love that adorable creamer and cake plate - it looks like Anne Hathaway's Cottage on it. So pretty and yes, I love impatiens too! Thank you for visiting me! Have a wonderful week! Karen

Ruth Weston said...

Hi Beth. Love your pretty tea setting! The Impatiens are gorgeous! The cottage plate is wonderful! The H&K is Hollinshead & Kirkham and dates to the 1930-1940s. The teacup is very different for Adderley. And the brownies look yummy! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Now there's a teacup perfect for a man to use. Your basket of impatiens is pretty, the red really stands out.

xinex said...

Your tea cups and the plate are so pretty, Beth. Thanks so much for praying for my granddaughter, Rea...Christine

Kim said...

Another lovely sunny day in which to enjoy a tea party. Those New Guinea impatiens are lovely, they certainly add a splash of bright colour. The cottage plate is so sweet.

Laura Lane said...

It looks like a lovely setting.
Blessings,
Laura

Carrie said...

Really like that cottage plate, very pretty! very pretty Impatiens, I always try to have one pot of them every year. My favorite kind are the red like yours :)

kitty said...

I love your cottage plate, Beth! Your teacup is lovely, too. Goodness, but I could use a citronella plant to ward off the Mosquitos that seem to love my ankles! Your New Guinea impatiens adds such a pop of color. I have a regular impatiens and something is eating it. :-(

Mom Wald said...

Your pieces have such charming personality!

BECKY said...

Oh, everything is so pretty, and I love the Cottage plate! I also like impatiens, but petunias are just about my favorite summertime flower! Nice to meet you Beth!

The Charm of Home said...

Your china is all so pretty! i love the vintage pieces.
Sherry

Deborah Montgomery said...

It's so nice to drink tea outside isn't it? Your impatiens are so pretty; I can't grow any -- too much sun! And I really like that teacup with the fisherman.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

I am envisioning the wide open spaces and relaxing just thinking of that setting! Your vintage tea setting is lovely and brownies never disappoint this chocolate lover =) Thank you for sharing!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Beth: Your first plate is just amazing. Every piece you shared today have this wonderful vintage look about them. Love them all. Blessings, Martha

Poppy said...

How bold and beautiful are the impatiens! Your tea party today is very cozy; I love brownies and your garden looks so fresh and welcoming. Thanks for sharing!

Poppy