Friday, November 2, 2012

Tea For the Dead

 
 
 
 
 
It's mostly brown, orange and green but this is mainly for
Beverly's Pink Saturday because she is having an Autumn Welcome Party. And what is the first thing that welcomes you in a house but the front porch? So, that is what I am sharing today, our front porch.
 
You will see this settee and 2 chairs with a coffee table on the right side of the porch. I placed some promegranates in a chicken wire bowl.
 Below you will see the front porch in its entirety, the left, center and right side, only they are on top of each other.
 Here is the right side again.
 View from one side.
 View From the Other Side.


 Getting ready for the trick or treaters on Halloween!
 I decided to have a tea party with my friends while waiting for the kids. English fruits tea with Halloween candies.
 I saw this lit maple tree at Kirkland's and bought it for half price at $14.99. It really brightens the area.

 The tea set is Noritake Nippon Toki Kaisha. It is one of my favorites because it looks very southern. We captured the Blue hour. Look at that pretty blue sky!

 Here they come! They came on a hayride and in truck loads.
 John was busy handing out the candies while we sipped our teas.

 The tea was set for the emotionless dead.
 The Vampire princess and queen got impatient and hungry. They said, "Let's have tea now or else!!"
 Flapper and Ghost of Christmas Past (who came early BTW) decided we better have tea before the vampires consume us both. Besides, the ghost is fading fast too, so we better hurry!
 Our breakfast nook table is still in Autumn mode too.
Hope you enjoyed that. Thanks for coming. Thanks to our hostesses.
 
Beverly's Pink Saturday
 
The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sunday
 
Sarah's Homemaking Link Up Weekend at
 
Sally's Blue Monday
 
Kathy's A Return To Loveliness
Marty's Tabletop Tuesday at
Sandi's Teatime Tues


Martha and Terri's Teacup Tues



Tuesday Cuppa tea



Miss Spencer's Teacup Thursday

27 comments:

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh Chris, I sure enjoyed this fun time you guys had while waiting for rick or treaters! I love your front porch, the tree, all your adorable decor and the teaset is gorgeous.. and all the sweets you will be serving..hope those witches didn't eat it all!! Such fun pictures with you and the witches..how spooky!! My daughter said she had so much fun with g'girls in her neighborhood and they got tons of candy. lol
Happy Halloween!
FABBY

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love it !! I bet the children Trick or Treating loved visiting also. Thanks for sharing your fun Halloween. :D
Have a great weekend.

Sarah said...

Looks like a fun evening at your house! We only had one group of trick or treaters this year.........Sarah

Doreen McGettigan said...

I really wanted to come join you for tea! What a beautiful porch. The lights are so cute.
We had to postpone our Halloween because of the storm. I'm not sure it will be the same next Wednesday but we have to do our best to make it great for the little ones:)
I am visiting from Thursday Favorite Things.
I enjoyed my visit:)
http://www.doreenmcgettigan.com

Dolores said...

Looks like such a festive evening!!! You, your friends and your home are beautiful!!!

Chubskulit Rose said...

I love the wacky shot!

Pink Leaf
Have an enjoyable Saturday!

Lady Linda said...

How fun! I love the lit up maple tree. I would love to find one of those.
Great pix.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Looks like you had a fun time.
The front of your home looks so inviting.

SmilingSally said...

What a good idea to enjoy that gorgeous blue sky with tea and candy. It's a good thing you had something to feed those vampires! LOL

Happy Blue Monday, Christine.

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Such a lovely Autumn porch! Happy Blue Monday :)

bj said...

BOOOooooooo.......
such a lovely tea in a lovely spot. :))
xo bj

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Christine! That post was wonderful! How cute! Love your front porch, you have all kinds of room. It's looks so fun all decorated for Halloween too. That light up maple tree is so pretty! Thanks for sharing all the fun!
Gina

HansHB said...

Great post! Happy Blue Monday to you!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Christine,
I love your tea set and I am always amazed to see how you ladies can still enjoy tea outside on your porch. Thank you for joining me for tea today and have a beautiful week.

Blessings,
Sandi

kitty said...

Whata beautiful porch for sharing tea, Christine! You captured the blue hour so well. It looks like everyone had fun!

Pamela Gordon said...

You have a very beautiful front porch. What a fun evening you had with the trick or treaters too! I love your china used for the tea. Beautiful post! Blessings,
Pamela

Beth said...

Hi Christine, You decorated your porch beautifully. Love your teaset - magnolias! Definitely looks Southern! It looks like you had a lot of Trick or treaters. Have a good week!

Terri said...

Wow Christine! This is a really cool Halloween post! I love all the decorations, but the action pictures of the trick or treaters and you and your family are priceless : )
Glad you all had so much fun!
Hugs,
Terri

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh Christine, this is absolutely the neatest Halloween post ever. I love it. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Christine: I love this post. What a great idea to have tea while waiting for the kids. I think this is the best Halloween post I have ever seen. Thank you so much for letting us share in the family fun. Hugs, Martha

Cafe au lait said...

Love your post Christine! I like your expression when the vampire princess bit you. :)

My Blue Monday.

Sherry said...

Now that was a fabulous idea to wait for the kids while having a tea. Love it!
Sherry

Laurie Ritchey said...

Christine, you where a ghost???! You are the prettiest ghost I've ever seen (the only ghosts I've seen are in movies). Your porch looks so pretty, even filled with vampires and ghosts. laurie

The Teaist said...

Hahaha, this post brings a smile to my face, so great! What a cool idea to combine Halloween and tea. Weren't you COLD though? Although I suppose you had the tea to keep you warm...

Visiting you from the link up!

Creations By Cindy said...

Such a fun and cute post Christine! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Diann said...

This is such a cute post Christine! Your porch looks wonderful as does the tea! And I love that lit up little tree!

Linda Primmer said...

Hello Christine. Looks like a lovely tea party for the dead. The tea set is so pretty. Your porch looks so inviting.

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