I invited my mom over for tea.
She doesn't get out as much as she would like to
since my dad's heart surgery
so I thought she would enjoy an afternoon out.
We love going to a little teahouse in the city
but that wasn't an option right now
so I thought we'd have a tea at my house.
I received a dozen beautiful roses for Mother's Day
so I thought roses would be the theme.
This is one of my favorite tablecloths.
I just love the color of the roses
and the cutwork around the middle and edges.
This rose dish my mom gave to me awhile back.
It served the Rhubarb Crumble for our tea.
And this little dish I found at a Thrift store.
It served the Cream Puffs.
I set out the teacups and plates.
These belonged to my Grandmother.
I just love the roses inside the cups.
And then I added little flower candles
and used a napkin ring as a candle holder.
These little rose plates I found at a yard sale.
They are an exact match to the roses on the tablecloth.
I placed the rose teapot on a cake stand
and covered it with a pink crochet doilie.
I added two of my daughter's rose teacups for interest.
The jug in the background holds
Iced Canadian Berry Herbal tea.
I also served Saskatoon Berry Herbal tea.
It was such a relaxing, enjoyable afternoon
as my mom, myself and my daughter
enjoyed our tea.
~Finding the amazing in the simple~
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