Sunday, April 20, 2014

Come to a Daffodil Tea

Welcome friends, won't you join me for a daffodil tea?
The table is dressed with its scalloped daffodil tablecloth.
There's a bouquet of fresh daffodils on the table...
and coffee cake with a lemon filling.
Help yourself to a teacup..
Earl Grey tea is steeping in my spring Marjolein Bastin teapot. Please visit my hosts and their guests.
I'll be linking with:

40 comments:

  1. What a perfectly delightful table and I am enjoying the yellow tea cups. I'd have a difficult time choosing.

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  2. Such pretty photos of a bright and cheery table! I'll accept the invite!

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  3. Daffodils are a lovely focus for your tea this month and I like the flowers you bought, cups and the pretty tablecloth. In my garden, the daffodils are barely poking through the ground.

    Karen

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  4. Yippee! Daffodils! It must be spring! Daffodils on the tablecloth. Yellow teacups and lemon (more yellow) in the coffee cake. YeeHaw! An ode to spring. Happy Tea Day!

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  5. How lovely and fresh your daffodil tea is. Love lemon and white,so pretty

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  6. Your tea table is lovely. I can imagine the laughter and friendship a that Eatl Gray and the pretty daffodils invite.

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  7. Such a lovely sprint daffodil tea, and perfect for this month. I'll have my tea in the all yellow teacup with the flowers inside.

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  8. Beautiful spring blooms and tea! I would certainly love to join you for daffodil tea ;) Wendy x

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  9. Judith...what a beautiful table! That table cloth is so pretty and looks amazing with all of the other elements...especially thos yellow tea cups! Only a small piece of that yummy lemon filled cake for me though...I'm low carbing it...lol!

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  10. I've never had coffee cake with the lemon filling and would have loved to try it. I'm also loving the pretty yellow teacups.

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  11. What a beautiful Daffodil Tea Party you've prepared, Judith! I love your scalloped daffodil linen tablecloth, and cheerful teacups. What could be more spring-like than a bouquet of fresh daffodils. It makes me want to go out and buy a bundle! The cake looks scrumptious too. It's supposed to get up to 77 degrees in lower Michigan today. I'm loving the warm weather.
    Hugs, Phyllis

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  12. Your daffodil tea looks so lovely, Judith. I love the teacups and the tablecloth. And, I wouldn't turn down a piece of cake either. It's so cold here today. Just cloudy and raw and I can't get warm. Have a great week.

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  13. Sounds good to me and looks even better! Susan

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  14. I want to come to your tea party. Looks awesome and so pretty. Do you have a recipe for that coffee cake with the lemon filling. I love lemon.

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  15. Judith, what a wonderful tea party! I want to come. And the cake sounds VERY good. I love most lemon flavored desserts!

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  16. I'd love to join you for your daffodil tea, Judith. A cuppa tea and a slice of Coffeecake would hit the spot!

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  17. How delightful. I've always loved the M. Bastin things they sold at the Hallmark stores. You've made everything so special for us. Enjoy your afternoon my friend! Hugs

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  18. Loved your daffodil tea party! Loved all the yellow and your pretty teacups and tablecloth. Yesterday we finally got some nice weather that took our snow down a lot. I even raked part of my flower bed today!
    ..Nancy

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  19. What a lovely sunny post, Judith. Your daffodils are so pretty and the teacups too. Cute teapot! Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  20. Pretty bright Daffs to go with your hospitality!!!...:)JP

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  21. What a cheery table Judith. It's nice and springlike here and the daffodils are actually beginning to bloom! Your yellow teacups are lovely!

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  22. Simply fabulous! I love it all, from the beautiful teacups to the flowers, cake, teacups, and teapot--lovely!

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  23. Lovely colors with the tablecloth, the delightful cake and flowers and teacups!

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  24. Everything looks so inviting, and sunny with the yellow color you've chosen for the setting, Judith.
    Thank you for leaving a comment at Seashells and Lavender.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Debbie
    xo

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  25. Your daffodil tea, shining with sunny hues and the sweetest views, is such a treat for this stomach flu inflicted gal, who will greatly benefit from your bright and beautiful setting!

    Have a wonderful week, Judith!

    Poppy

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  26. What a lovely daffodil tea! The yellow is so cheery! I love the tea cups you chose for today's tea too!
    The coffee cake looks delicious.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  27. Oh my Word, you just got me craving for that coffee-cake with the lemon filling! Pretty daffodil tea party too!
    Tks for visiting me!
    FABBY

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  28. Love the daffodils. The table cloth is amazing. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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  29. Lovely yellows! The cups and saucers are wonderful and I really like the daffodils (both real and in the table cloth). The coffee cake looks delicious and lemon is also appropriately yellow :). Thanks so much for sharing!

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  30. Every Spring, I regret not having planted daffodil bulbs. Every Fall, it is the last thing on my mind.....maybe this year..
    Your pictures are so lovely.

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  31. Very pretty! :) Ok I know that I saw a daffodil cake mentioned somewhere not too long ago ...now it will drive me nuts until I find it! :)

    Daffodils and early tulips are in bloom here now :)

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  32. Dearest Judith what a darling setting you have welcomed us with. That coffee cake with a lemon filling looks and sounds tres delish!. Hope you are enjoying the much more gentle temps. We are getting ready to transition back to the country home...looking forward to getting in the gardens. Hugs, C. (HHL)

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  33. Your daffodils are so bright and cheerful; paired perfectly with your adorable teapot for Spring! Earl Grey is one of my faves, thank you for sharing! ;)

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  34. Beautiful post, Judith! Daffodils are such happy flowers. Spring is slowly coming here.

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  35. Beautiful post, Judith! Daffodils are such happy flowers. Spring is slowly coming here.

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  36. How lovely, Judith.
    Thank you. And that lemon-filled cake looks yummy too!

    Thanks for your beautiful and interesting blog.

    Cynthia Reyes
    Author of: A Good Home.

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  37. Oh Judith, what a lovely lovely springy beautiful daffodil tea time! The cheery yellow brings a big smile to my face!

    We plant daffodils here because the DEER don't like them either, yay!

    Sure wish I could sit with you at that lovely table with that pretty tablecloth!

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  38. Hello,Judith,
    Your daffodils are so sweet.Thank you for inviting us for your tea time.
    Your coffee cake with a lemon looks delicious!How I wish I liked to join your tea party!!

    Here in Japan,we have a beautiful spring-having one week spring vacation from tomorrow, we call it Golden week.

    Hope you have a good week- looking forward to catching up after the vacation!

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  39. Hi Judith,

    Your daffodil tea is one of my favorites (along with your lilac tea and others!). I'm still traveling but wanted to stop in and say I'm thinking of you and hope you have a lovely and spring-like weekend.

    best,

    G

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  40. Hello Judith - this looks absolutely wonderful! LOVE daffodils - I will be featuring your post in this week's A Return to Loveliness,
    Kathy

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