Thursday, November 27, 2014

Winter Snowflake Teas

I was looking back at photos of some of the snowflake teas I've hosted or enjoyed myself for afternoon tea. The white and silver snowflake china, napkin holders and napkins were purchased from a grocery store years ago.
The little Victorian girl carrying a present is from Royal Doulton.
I continue to savour the blend of Christmas Tea from Murchie's each afternoon. Holiday tunes play in the back ground and I have begun my holiday baking so I'll have treats for tea, and friends that drop in.

28 comments:

  1. What a wonderful post, Judith!
    Lovely china... and those treats! I wouldn't know what to choose.
    Thank you for sharing such beautiful pictures!

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  2. Hi Judith. I LOVE all your snowflake items! We're headed out to my brother's in the country for Thanksgiving dinner. Our weather is less than pleasant today, but we have SOOOO much to be thankful for! Have a wonderful day.

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  3. Beautiful table! I love the clean fresh look. Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving.

    Jocelyn

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  4. So pretty Judith! Love all the pretties!
    Ruth

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  5. All so very pretty and YUMMY ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  6. Your snowflake china is beautiful and so apropos for this time of year. It's lovely to sit and enjoy an afternoon treat and cup of tea on these dark days before Christmas.

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  7. Oh so pretty. I especially love the little figurine. She is darling. Susan

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  8. You always have the prettiest china sets Judith. Love the pink tiered treat holder. Have a great weekend! Wendy x

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  9. Judith, you have such a knack for pretty, delicate things!...:)JP

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  10. The baking looks delicious and your snowflake teacups are so pretty. Enjoy the day.

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  11. Love your snowflake china Judith. Perfect set for a Chistmas tea.

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  12. Oh wow! So pretty. I would love to attend your tea. I really liked how you placed that pretty figurine on the ruffle-y tiered tray.

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  13. What a lovely idea... snowflake teas. Your photos are beautiful.

    And Murchie's Tea too! Oh my... what a treat!!

    Enjoy the upcoming season!

    Brenda

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  14. Such pretty china sets! LOVE the little present Girl. Everything looks so inviting - I just want to snuggle in & sip some tea at your table. ;)

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  15. p.s. on Friday. Thanks for stopping by and for your comment, Judith. Susan

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  16. What a beautiful snowflake table, Judith. This set of dishes can carry you through the winter months. I love the Royal Doulton Victorian girl that you perched on top of the tiered tray. It seems like she's happy amongst the goodies that you have!

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  17. Your china is beautiful, Judith. The food looks great - gorgeous tables, and the little Victorian girl is a beauty. Merry Christmas!
    Hugs, Beth

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  18. So very pretty! A lovely tea for a snowy day!
    Nancy

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  19. So beautiful. A Snowflake tea sounds delightful. MB

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  20. Your snowflake china is beautiful.

    A delight!

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  21. Thanks Judith and I love the decor and yummy treats for this snowflake tea.

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  22. I continue to marvel that your pretty silver snowflake china was a grocery store find! Our grocery stores do carry some teawares, but they're usually heavy ceramic, nothing as pretty and formal as this. What a great set!

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  23. Lovely snowflakes and snowflakes china. Lucky find in a grocery store no less!

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  24. Judith, your snowflake table setting is so pretty! Sometimes we get fortunate, like you did, and find something elegant at the grocery store.
    The little RD figurine is just adorable and looks really sweet on your tiered stand. I am going to try to bake up some fruit scones this week. Yours look wonderful filled with cherries; very festive! Thank you for joining me for tea and enjoy your evening.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  25. I love the silver and white with your lavender touches. Very pretty colors together, very wintry and elegant. And those treats look delicious!
    Tea and Christmas music and holiday baking -- it doesn't get much better!

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  26. So elegant! Love the white with the touches of color. I haven't seen snowflake china before, and love it! Tea sounds yummy too. I am having a cookie swap on the 13th with 20 ladies, so I will pick up some Christmas tea! Thanks for the thought. I did splurge on the chocolate orange, and boy was it yummy. Perfect to eat a piece a day!

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  27. Your table looks pretty and those are some pretty yummy treats you shared!

    Carolyn

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