Jessica made this darling sign on an antique chalkboard and placed it in an old wheelbarrow filled with flowers.
"Welcome to the Tea in the Apple Orchard!"
You can see the cute jar lanterns that Victoria made.
Here's the second, "Blue Willow"
The creative juices were flowing with all of us. We placed this cute garden bench out there with a pillow from the house next to a table with a silver water pitcher filled with onion blossoms.
I also brought this awesome rooster who sits proudly as the centerpiece of the Blue Willow table.
And for the Rose Chintz table with have this adorable ceramic statue of Mama Bunny with and Baby Bunny. Now, lets take a closer look at each table.
Here are some close up pictures of the Desert Rose table.
We paired them with my ruby goblets.
And burgundy napkins with crystal napkin rings.
I love how the quilt picks up the colors in the dishes.
You can see our party favor flower in the tea cup there. We placed one in front of every plate.
Lastly, here's the Rose Chintz table.
When my mother-in-law gave them to me, I was so touched and thrilled! I really, really love them!
We put them with my ruby goblets and burgundy napkins. On this table we also used beaded burgundy napkin holders.
I love this picture that my niece, Victoria, took. I love how the light shines through the ruby glass.
Well, the tables are set, the food is out, the water is boiling and the candles are lit. All we need now are our beautiful guests! Come back tomorrow to meet our friends!
"A generous person will be enriched, and one who gives water will get water." Proverbs 11:25