Monday, October 24, 2011

Thomson Pottery Birdhouse Tea Party

One day last week, my friend, Brenda texted me. It's been a while since we got together cause she is always working, so we planned a small tea party on her day off.




We texted Debjani to join us also. The girls said they would bring something so I took out a rustic cake platter for them.




Our gardener gave me these zinnias and I wanted to use them as part of my centerpiece. I just love their deep orange color.







It was sunny and 68 degrees outside so I decided to set the table on the back porch. I made some walnut fudge.





Rustic butterfly napkin rings holding the rustic colored napkins.





Brenda brought some banana cues,. I haven't had this for so long so I really enjoyed them. Yum!










John came home early too so he was able to join us for a little bit.
I love how the pool water reflects on the glass of the wooden box.

We bought the tablecloth from an estate sale in Brookhaven a few months ago.



I like the texture and the colors and the pattern too.


The fudge were yummy!







Debjani baked tiramisu for the first time and it turned out really delicious!





Thank you all for stopping by.



I am linking with Marty for Tabletop Tuesday at http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com/




Lady Katherine for Teatime Tuesday at http://ladykatherineteaparlor.blogspot.com/



Sandi for Teatime Tuesday at http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/



Wanda Lee and Pam for their Tea Things Tuesday at http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com/




Martha and Terri for teacup Tuesday at http://www.marthasfavorites.com/








Bunny Jean's Bunny Hop Party at http://bunnyjeansdecorandmore.blogspot.com/




Miss Spencer's Teacup Thursday at http://missspensersblog.blogspot.com/




Thanks for hosting lovely ladies!

33 comments:

Nancy said...

It all looks so beautiful! I love the serving piece and those butterfly napkin rings! Looks yummy too!

Amy said...

That's a gorgeous birdhouse tea set. What a lovely way to enjoy some tea with a good friend and good food. :)

Olga Forest said...

How do I love your house, and everything you do. Often look in your blog. I am so close to your style, and a feeling that visited your beautiful home. I even feel the love you're doing. Delight! Beautiful house, beautiful mistress.
I wish you all the best.
With love, Olga.

Richard Cottrell said...

Good to have friends to drop by and especially good that it is still nice enough to be outside. Richard from My Old Historic House.

Alycia Nichols said...

Those zinnias are the most brilliant color!!! Gorgeous!!! Beautiful tea, Christine!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

The fudge looks so good. I think I have to go find something sweet in the kitchen!! Sounds like a great way to visit with your friends.

The French Hutch said...

Wow, I love your tea set. How nice you were able to set up outside and enjoy the glorious sixty-eight degrees. The zinnias are lovely, such a burst of color. The brownies look delish.

~Emily
The French Hutch

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Christine..I LOVE those rustic platters..and..I see that you have two... :) Goodness..I think you should share! :)
They really are so cute..where on earth did you find them???...and don't tell me Pottery Barn because they are always sooo expensive.
Hugs,
Mona

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
This look gorgeous with the birdhouse tea set. You always put your tablescape together with love. I just post my Halloween Tablescape on.
I hope you have a great week.
XXOO Diane

Blondie's Journal said...

What a feast! And it all looks so beautiful, Christine!! I'm not sure what banana cues are but they look delish! Love all of your pretty dishes and the napkins rings are so pretty.

I know you had a good time with friends and John, too. Wish I had een there!! ;-D

XO,
Janie

mississippi artist said...

Love that tablecloth and the twig cake plate. Those zinnas are so pretty-I love zinnas, they are so cheerful looking. Now I am craving fudge-guess I will have to get up and make some!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I love your Thompson's tea set, it's so adorable and inviting...actually, all your table wnats me to go there and have all that yummy food, specially the babana cues, we often make them here for dessert. I also love your zinnias and you still have such great weather there. Your tabletopper is gorgeous! Have a good week my dear friend. FABBY

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Lol...I did a faux table for my birthday with the tea set because I was hardly going to be home for my birthday. Thanks sweetie, don't worry! Yeah, it's me, I did a post about Victoria's birthday back in June and my daughter took this pic of me, I know you saw it too! I think you can see me better here, just in case you run into me lol... Thank you darling, wish I was at your tea and the beautiful pottery. Love, FABBY

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Christine, I am loving the birdhouse china! Your fudge looks really good. Now I'm craving it!! Naughty, naughty! The orange zinnias just add the right amount of pop to your table; wonderful! Thanks for sharing and joining me for tea.

Bblessings,
Sandi

Sonya said...

Esse chá me parece muito bom!
Gostei dos detalhes aplicados para compor a mesa, ficou simplesmente maravilhosa!
Querida tenha uma linda e abençoada semana.
Beijinho.

Traci said...

Fudge is my favorite dessert EVER!!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: Love the bird dishes, they are too cute! The food at your home is always amazing. Thank you for sharing. I wish I lived closer. Blessings, Martha

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

So very lovely Christine! Those are some lucky girlfriends, you always set the most gorgeous of tables!
I love the vibrant colors mixed with the rustic look...just gorgeous!
Hugs,
Cindy

bj said...

Hi, Christine...ummmm, this tea looks so delightful. Such pretty setting and the surroundings are lovely. AND...the walnut fudge is THE star of the show. :))
hugs, bj

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, boy! That's just delicious, CHristine! YUM! And pretty, too.

XO,

Sheila

Chubby N Chieque said...

Ohhhhh... those rustic cakestand is really to die for.

A very one of a kind. Maruya!!! Am drooling.

Hope you & fam have an enjoyable & blessed day.

Hugs &
Greetings from chilly Stockholm.
/chie

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

What a delightful tea party set-up you have there! I bet the weather has been gorgeous in Natchez just like it has been here in Birmingham! I love the china, the cake stand, and the Zinnias are stunning, too! But I like your sign best of all ;P

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Christine, your tablescape is so pretty. I love the color of the linens and the Zinnas are fabulous. Love the look of that fudge and all the wonderful food. Great get together with friends. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Marie said...

So pretty and the fudge looks yummy. The tea set is lovely. Anything having to do with birdies is fab. Another wonderful t.s.!

Blessings,

~Marie

Antiques And Teacups said...

Looks like a perfect tea with family & friends! The fudge looks divine! The zinnias are a gorgeous fall accent. Love the birdhouse teaset!
Ruth

Johanna said...

Hi Christine,
your tea time setting is again so vibrant and colorful. I love the tablecloth and I would die to taste your fudge.
Best greetings, Johanna

Wanda Lee said...

Oh My Christine,

You've done it again!.., Don't we all just want to be guests at your fabulous parties; (and dinners, lunches, brunches), and especially at your teas! ~ You are indeed a most generous hostess and gifted lady!

Your sprightly tea table is divine. What an utterly charming birdhouse tea set. ~ All of the details including that yummy fudge are just, 'the butterfly's dance' and 'the bees' knees', dear lady!..,

Thanks for the inspiration!

Thanks also so very much for joining us for Tea.~ We always love having you partake!

Hugs, Wanda Lee

Suffia said...

I love your beautiful tea set, butterfly napkin rings, everything is just so pretty and oh delish fudge too.

cindy said...

All your sets are so beautiful, nicely displayed as well, great job! The zinnia's are a brilliant colour for sure. The fudge is so inviting you want to reach out and snatch a piece. I'm new to Tea time and I'm enjoying it already. BTW what is tiramisu and what is in it?

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

How pretty and yummy, Christine! Now I need to go make some fudge! lol Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

Bunny Jean said...

Looks like you had a nice visit with your friends. I am sure they loved the setting. Looks very comfortable and welcoming!

The food look so yummy. I love fudge with LOTS of nuts!

Thanks for sharing this at my party :)

xoxo Bunny Jean
Wednesday's Bunny Hop Party!

Carrie said...

You've created a fabulous fall teatime setting. I enjoyed seeing how you used chic rustic items with fall colors, especially the colorful tablecloth and the charming china!

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

it is always inspiring and visually stunning here. Thanks for sharing.

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