Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four







I attended a Hen Party (Bridal Shower) this weekned and returned
home with this gorgeous arrangement!!
Click on the photos to enlarge.

8 comments:

Dustjacket attic said...

I clicked, that's moss for the base, very lovely flowers. Hope you had fun. Is that another lady on your sidebar? How many do you have?xxx

Brenda Leyland said...

What a gorgeous arrangement... made the outing worth it, yes?

Love your site!!!!!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Exquisite arrangement and perfect for you! What a lovely day you must have had!

parTea lady said...

That is just beautiful - perfect for a shower. I love the combination of roses and orchids.

Duchess of Tea said...

I had a wonderful time and came home with the prize, not bad at all for a Sunday.

Dustjacket attic, I have 11 of those all around my house. Tjhey look great empty, with flowers or simply with greens, I also fill them with basil, thyme and lavender

JamaGenie said...

What a lovely use for chicken wire. :-) I too love the combination of roses and orchids. Congratulations on winning this gorgeous arrangement!

Charli and me said...

Good afternoon, What a lovely little tea presentation. Those sandwisches look so delicious. Thank you so much for the recipe.
p.s. I just love your sidebar and especially the little dog with the crown. I am assuming he is royality of some kind. He's just adorable as well as that sweet little bird ♥

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Dearest Duchess,
I wanted to drop you a quick line. I received another call from Debbie. I am just sharing this with a few of you. The Dr.s are watching Amy closely. They thought she might have been having a small stroke as she started experiencing some problems with one of her eyes, but the dr.s upon further testing believe it is one of her migraines, as she is seeing spots also. The brain shows no signs of a stroke from either test. They just removed the line from the groin area, and have applied a pressure bandage. They are continuing the IV which is a blessing as she so needed to be fed and hydrated. (More than one way to skin a cat.) I can just hear her little body thanking God for the nourishment. Amy is exhausted, as she did not sleep much last night, maybe she will rest some this afternoon. They have moved them Debbie said to another room to be held until the Dr.s decide whether she can go home tonight or stay overnight. I am praying they will keep her overnight, as if they ran into problems on the highway she would not be able to walk, and she could bleed to death if that plug were to come out if anyone was to hit their car. That is the next thing we need to pray about. Thank you so much for your prayers. Country Love and Hugs, Sherry

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