Monday, August 31, 2015

Cottage Flower Garden Tea

Hello everyone, we were at the farm cottage last week and enjoyed  tea by the cottage flower garden.





I used my cottage scene tea set I've gathered piece by piece over the years.  I love the pretty thatched roof homes and the sweet flower gardens!  Perfect to use on a warm summer day!





The teapot is made by Arthur Wood & Son,  England.





The teacup trio is Royal Vale, made in England.














I hope you don't mind dear kitty cat joining us for tea?





Coconut cream pie and Tea Forte coconut chai latte.  Yummy!











The last days of summer!  I'm sorry to see them go!












Thank you for stopping by!  Wishing you a wonderful week!

I will be joining the following parties:  Tea Time Tuesday,  Tea in the Garden,   Teacup Tuesday, and Tuesday Cuppa Tea.

17 comments:

Sylvia said...

I love all your Cottage pieces. Beautiful garden, love your daisies. Looks like kitty thanks it's time for a nap.

Deb said...

What a lovely setting and tea-set. I have one tea-cup and saucer from this set. So pretty. Love the daisies surrounding your tea table. And the kitty joining us, well, I wouldn't have it any other way. :) Deb

Mimi Mama said...

Oh! Pretty, pretty, pretty! Love the vintage china and the gorgeous setting! Love, Mimi xxx

doodles n daydreams said...

I do like your thatched cottages, they are very pretty. I have a trio of a pretty river scene which is quite similar in style, by Colclough. Your table setting is attractive especially set in your garden like that :)
Have a lovely day,

Diana

Karen said...

Hi Nancy,
Your tea set is so very beautiful today as is the outdoor setting amongst the flowers! The pink and white gingham table cloth is so feminine and pretty too. Everything looks so calming and relaxing. Happy Tea Day and Have a Wonderful Week! Karen

Ruth W said...

Oh lovely! The cottage patterns are a favorite..so charming and conducive to sweet daydreams while sipping tea! Your garden is so lovely, it's always such a pleasure visiting! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

relevanttealeaf said...

I'm with you, Nancy... I hate to see summer go! Love your cottage china. I always enjoy visiting your garden teas. Have a wonderful week!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Nancy,
I'm with you on hating to see summer go. Those of us who live through the harsh winter months do long for summer to hang around as long as possible. Your cottage tea is delightful and I love all your cottage scene pieces! Each one is so lovely and the kitty really adds a lot of charm to your setting. I have a ceramic kitty too only she is in a different shape. I must share her one of these days. Thank you for joining me for tea and inviting us to your tea table. It was lovely!

Blessings,
Sandi

Tea in Texas said...

Wonderful garden scene and your chinaware is great. Plus such a cute kitty.
Come visit my blog.
Pam

Millie said...

that is a very lovely china setting!

Margie said...

Happy First Day of September!

What a lovely garden tea setting. I love all things coconut and I wish that I can sample your delicious coconut cream pie and coconut chai latte.

Bernideen Canfield said...

Your flowers are so wonderful and your hydrangeas! I love your Hollyhocks (below) too and that table is so sweet. I am so glad you shared your sweet TEa In The Garden!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Hi Nancy! I always enjoy visiting you for tea at your cottage garden, and what a gorgeous setting it is for tea. I have that same Royal Vale teacup and I just love it. As for your teapot, I am sighing over it. Isn't it so pretty? I will be on the look out for one like that because I love cottage scenes. Your coconut pie looks so yummy and the tea flavor sounds like a perfect match.

janice15 said...

I just truly love the set you have.. so pretty.. It's hard to say good bye to summer but I'm looking forward for sure to Autumn and Fall.. Happy September with love Janice

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

It's been many years since I visited the UP! Thank you for sharing your lovely cottage garden with us. What a beautiful spot for afternoon tea!

Lady Linda said...

How very pretty! I just love the cottage scenes on your dishes and teacups. How fun. All the flowers are so full and beautiful. Our gardens had to really struggle this year with our over hot summer. Lovely post.

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Nancy, tea in the garden with beautiful china and coconut cream pie! Sounds like heaven! Happy Spring!