Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four




I just adore antique hand-stitched, hand-embroidery or laced cloth napkins. A single rose or a small posy adds loads of charm to it


A small posy tied with a thin ribbon easily and beautifully replaces the standard napkin ring giving your tea table a lovely fresh look

Using a Tulle Lace to tie a small flower to a crisp white freshly pressed napkin gives it a sweet, feminine touch

9 comments:

dustjacket attic said...

What a beautiful idea, I hadn't thought of that. xx

JamaGenie said...

Pretty napkins have always been a weakness of mine, but it never occurred to enhance the effect with flowers. These are divine!

Marie Reed said...

Gorgeous! The flowers make these tablescapes simply breathtaking! I'm over from Saturday's child:)

Melissa said...

Do you take these photos Duchess? They are gorgeous.

Duchess of Tea said...

dustjacketattic, it's hard to believe there is an idea out there that you haven't thought about!1

Jama, I bet the white rose wrapped in lace is your favorite!!

Marie Reed, welcome!

Melissa, I do take some of the pictures, not all, I am not as talented as all of you!

Teashop Girl said...

Thanks for sharing these. So lovely.

JamaGenie said...

Duchess, the white rose wrapped in lace IS my favorite! How did you know?? (Seriously, that's positively uncanny...you're psychic, right?)

Duchess of Tea said...

Jama.
I was correct!!1 wow, that doesn't happen often. I just felt the connection

parTea lady said...

Gorgeous place settings. My fav is the pink and lavender with the pink full blown rose.

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