Rose Tea Cottage

Where tea is served at half past four

Remember we are thinking outside of the box
So get your teacups & teapots out
fill them with fresh flowers
and watch them transform your tea table
A Posy of Peonies
Nerines and Asparagus fern
Lilac in rice pattern teapot
A vintage teapot put to good use


Nora Johnson said...

Hi Duchess of Tea!
What beautiful visual arrangements! I particularly like the peonies (didn't often see them when I lived in the UK and unfortunately they wouldn't last a second here in Andalucia!)

Hope you're having a wonderful Thursday!

xxNora & Lola:)
PS Did you hear Moonspinner almost got kidnapped by Johnny Depp over at my place?!! Great fun!

Anonymous said...

Aren't they precious? I just love pink flowers, especially roses and peonies.

The Prodigal Tourist said...

That's funny (sad, but funny), don't you think? Just as well the Queen was done, she wouldn't have been amused!

The Vintage Kitten said...

Another beautiful post Duchess! I have a small teacup that has a chip in it so couldnt use it for tea and I didnt want to throw it away so I use it for displaying a small bunch of sweet peas or a single rose and its so pretty. Im so chuffed you tried the Daiquiri, I hope you enjoyed it. X

Mademoiselle Frou-Frou said...

oh duchess, i love the teapot filled with peonies!! so lovely!

parTea lady said...

The photos are lovely. I like to see flowers arranged in pretty cups and teapots.

Marie Reed said...

I did decorate my table with a teapot and teacups filled with flowers! Even Francois said that it was beautiful. That's saying a lot.. he never notices anything.. men! Thank you so much for this WONDERFUL idea!

Bellamere Cottage said...

What a charming post. I loved all the's a delightful way to use china isn't it? Perfect. :-)


Thea said...

Thank you for following my blog as now I have discovered yours. It truly is dessert for the senses and I will be visiting often to have tea with you. x

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