Roses and Honeysuckle Garden Tea Party


Happy Monday, Friends! Welcome to the Spring Tea Party Blog Hop hosted by Amber, at Follow the Yellow Brick Home! I love a good tea party, and a garden tea party is even better...


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


If you hopped over from Petite Haus, I know you were inspired by Angelina's lovely post. It's spring in the garden, and my pink roses and honeysuckle are in full bloom, reaching toward the heavens, and covering a good portion of my fence. They form such a lovely backdrop, I decided to set up my tea party there--it smells heavenly! I started with a crisp white vintage tablecloth. 


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party

Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


I paired milk glass with a floral teapot and dessert plates. Of course, I added fragrant honeysuckle and delicate roses to the table, too! 


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


Yogi honey lavender tea  is perfect for a floral tea party! 


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


Awhile back, I found this darling tea cup napkin ring at the thrift store. Since there was only one, I decided to use it to hold fresh mint sprigs. {I rarely drink tea or even water without fresh mint!}


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


You may remember my upcycled thrift store birds I shared last week.


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


For a sweet treat, I baked lemon lavender poppy seed muffins. 


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


To complement the floral table, I used vintage hankies in place of napkins.


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party


Here's a view of the full table! 


Roses and honeysuckle garden tea party
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25 comments:

  1. What a beautiful table! I adore your pretty teapot and the muffins look SO good.

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  2. Loving that beautiful table! Spring of mint in tea, cold or hot is good for me! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. Honeysuckle has always been a favorite of mine -- I can almost smell it! Your table is lovely and the muffins look delicious:) xo Kathleen

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  4. Cecilia your table is beautiful. Love the roses. Your tea party table for two is lovely. You created the perfect table.

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  5. What a beautiful setting. I want to find vintage napkins and ONE adorable napkin ring. And what a fantastic idea to use it to hold mint. Everything is lovely.

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  6. Your Spring tea party is located in the most perfect setting in the garden! Love all of your blooming flowers! The vintage napkins are cute! Angelina @ Petite Haus

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  7. The napkin ring is darling! What a find. The table setting is gorgeous.

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  8. What a lovely table! Using a napkin ring to hold mint is a clever idea. I love your pretty dishes and especially love your vintage hankies used as napkins.

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  9. Using the vintage hankies is so precious. such a beautiful garden tablescape. your yummy looking muffins have made me hungry!

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  10. Your table is so beautiful and I can only imagine the lovely scent from those honeysuckles!
    Shelley

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  11. You have the most perfect garden spot with all that gorgeous honeysuckle, plus the roses. Beautifully set table for tea. Love it all!

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  12. Beautiful table and china ! Very lovely tea party.
    Why is the party closed so early, like the same day ?
    Fabby

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  13. Oh my, such a beautiful setting in your garden. I love your roses and the tea vignette is so inviting.

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  14. So pretty Cecilia. Those vintage handkerchiefs are the perfect touch.
    Kathy

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  15. Cecelia,
    What a charming tea setting!! Those muffins look so good!!
    Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  16. What a beautiful spot to enjoy a cup of tea on a warm spring day! It looks so cozy and inviting. Your roses are so lush. I can't believe they are covering the fence like that - it's perfection! Hugs, CoCo

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  17. Cecilia, love your pretty tea cups and that sweet little bird. The tea cup napkin rings are also cute. You have such pretty linens too.

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  18. Cecilia,
    Lovely tea party in your garden with your roses and honeysuckle... is made even lovelier with your dishes and little iron bird.

    Judith

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  19. Oh how precious! I love the vintage goodness, especially the hankies as napkins and your little birds. The garden is the perfect setting for your little tea party. So, so pretty!

    I thought I had tried every flavor or Yogi tea, but I somehow missed the honey lavender. I will certainly add it to my tea cupboard (I actually have one portion of the pantry filled with herbal teas, some of them are actually prescribed treatments for Lyme disease and they can be very effective!)

    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely garden tea party with us! Enjoy the fragrant honeysuckle and fresh mint tea!

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  20. I just love those hankies used as napkins. The teapot an the dishes are so pretty.

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  21. Hi Cecilia! I love the smell of both roses and honeysuckle, and the two together must smell absolutely divine! It's the perfect backdrop for a tea party! Your tea setting is gorgeous, and the muffins look tasty!

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  22. As I love pink roses, I knew I would love this post even before I saw all the pix! Love the hankies as napkins! My wild honeysuckle has very little fragrance and is just beginning to leaf out; it is a fragrance I love--but not as much as roses!

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  23. It's all just lovely, Cecilia! Using the vintage hankies is a great idea. My mouth is drooling over your yummy muffins; love me a good, homemade muffin;)

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  24. Que hermosa presentación.
    La tetera es preciosa.
    Saludos.

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