Monday, May 10, 2010

Two For Tea? How about Three?

Today I'm joining a big Victorian tea party over on Cielo's blog....The House in the Roses and also Teacup Tuesday with Martha's Favorites blog.

I'm starting out with my favorite teacup. It was made in Bavaria.


The matching teapot is below. I just love the brown, green, and pastel roses.


Then I'm going to ask you to sit down and have some tea and scones (cookies) with some very special people:
This is my Mother (Happy Mother's Day!) and my neighbor. They both came over to enjoy a nice afternoon together!

Then my sweet Dear Bebe also had a tea party of her own recently.


When she gets a little older I have a special tea set (made of pottery) for her that matches my vintage LuRay dinnerware. But for now we enjoy the Fisher Price set she received from her Auntie!

Thank you for coming to my party!


9 comments:

CIELO said...

Hi... now I see tea! ;)

This is gorgeous... a huge thank YOU for participating in our Victorian Tea Party

Hugs

Cielo

Elizabethd said...

That is such a gorgeous cup and saucer.

Sherry said...

Beautiful! I love that you start them out young with tea. I much agree all preschoolers need a tea party.

Lavender Cottage said...

Love that teacup and matching teapot - they are gorgeous.

Atelier de Charo said...

So lovely teacup!!!

Hugs
Charo

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Jillian: I have visited alot of blogs today and I must say, you tea cup and tea pot are my favorite! I love the large roses on tea cups. Just stunning! Thank you so much for sharing them with us today. Blessings, Martha

Shelia said...

Hi Jillian! Oh, how sweet to have your mother and neighbor over for tea! EVerything looks so nice, but that tiny little tea drinker steals the show! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

thestonerabbit said...

What a darling Mother's Day tea....and that little Bebe with her own Tea Party is just too sweet!!!

I loved your tribute to your mom, Jillian, and that wonderful photo of her with her own little Bebe's. Love the swans in the background, too. Maybe they were geese?

Have a terrific day at your tea parties! L, Dana

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Goodness! I am totally in love with your tea cup and tea pot!! The roses and the color combination is to die for!!
Just breath taking!!
Debbie