Monday, May 6, 2019

Our New Tea Table/Spring Tea Party Blog Hop



Welcome to the Spring Tea Party Blog Hop.


I want to give a huge shout out to Amber for putting this tea party blog hop together. Amber's blog is full of adorable vintage goodness. 
If you are coming from Art and Sand welcome. It would be so much fun to have tea in Carol's gorgeous garden. 


 I have a new tea table in our garden room and I can't wait to show it to you. I got it in my head that the bench I was using in as a coffee table wasn't working for spring and summer.
I wanted something that took up less visual space.



I decided to check out the estate sales in my area.


 There was a sale about five miles away and they were selling a sun room full of wicker furniture.
I was pretty sure they were going to sell it all as a set but I was pleasantly surprised when each piece was individually priced. 
I was the 8th person in line for this sale. I think I was the first one to the sunroom. 
Everybody else was in the garage. I was so excited about the table that I forgot to go back to the garage to see what was so interesting. 


The table got a good scrubbing with soap and water.


I've styled it with a brass teapot and a Mason's teacup.


The elephant creamer belonged to my grandparents. It is German. I cannot explain why they would have made elephants in Germany. Maybe there was a new elephant at the Berlin zoo or something.


We've had this little pachyderm for the past 36 years but I don't think I have ever displayed it. I'm not sure why because it's darling.
I tried looking this little guy up on the internet but I couldn't find out anything about him. If you know, leave me a comment down below.



The pillows are made from  Ralph Lauren sheets.


I made the wreath from thrifted tropical greenery. 




This is perfect for the British Colonial, old south, tropical look I'm going for this summer.
I don't mean to brag but it already feels like summer here in Texas. I know you will feel sorry for me in August.


Now visit my friend, Judith over at Botanic Bleu to see what she is up to.
Then check out the rest of the blogs on this hop.
Thanks for reading!
Katie
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Linking with,
Sunday : Life and Linda Lou Lou Girls  Snickerdoodle Sunday  Sundays at Home  Silver Pennies Sunday  Bluesky at Home The Fabulous Party

Monday:  Our Home Away From Home  (Mondays @ 8) Stone Cottage Adventures Monday @ 5:00
 Dwellings The Heart of Your Home  Oh My Heartsie Girl  A Stroll Thru Life Monday @ 5  Inspire Me Monday 
Busy Monday Amaze Me Mondays    Over the Moon Linky Party Merry Monday Linky Party ,  now Bimonthly, open for 2 weeks Creative Mondays   You Are The Star Blog Hop Metamorphosis Monday Heart and Soul Link Up  Project Inspired Weekly Link Party Celebrate and Decorate  Make It Pretty Monday My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia 

Tuesday:  Mike and Jan Show ( Tuesdays)  Tuesdays at Our Home  Let's Party!! Tuesdays with a Twist 
Reader Tip Tuesday Party  Keep in Touch Party


Wednesday: Beautifully Made Link Party Fluster's Creative Muster Wednesday's  Ducks In A Row 
 DIY By Design  Talk Of The Town At Knick Of Time Review, Chews and How Tos  Simple Nature Decor 
Waste Not Wednesday  Style Showcase  French Ethereal  

Thursday:  A Day Of Small Things (Thursday) Vintage Charm Home and Garden Party Thursday  Inspired Creations  Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop   Imparting Grace  The Homemaking Party  
French Country Cottage (Thursdays @3)

23 comments :

  1. What a sweet tea party vignette! I adore your wicker table and truly darling elephant creamer.

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  2. That darling wicker table was a great find Katie! Perfect for a pretty little tea vignette.

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  3. Katie your new table looks great in your space. I love those pillows and to think they are made from sheets. Great idea! It is a beautiful tea vignette. Happy Mother's Day!

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  4. Katie I love your new table and how you've styled it. Seems perfect with that sofa in the garden room. I'm so jealous that you have a "garden room"! I'd love hanging out in there. Enjoy your week!

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  5. Your new table was such a great find! Looks great in its new place! A perfect place to enjoy tea!

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  6. Okay, I just spent a half hour searching the internet for your elephant teapot. I didn't find a thing! Your little table is so cute and so perfect for summer! I hope you enjoy plenty of time relaxing with your pretty table!

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  7. Katie,
    Your new-to-you wicker table was a great find. I think you were probably smart to bypass the garage and go to the sunroom to get to this table before the others. Thanks for the help with the technical issues on my tea party post.

    Judith

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  8. Katie your new table is just darling! Love how you have set it for tea!

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  9. That wicker table is just perfect for your summer garden room; you were so lucky to get to it first! Love the stripe and Ralph Lauren floral pillows, and the Mason Red Transferware tea cup and saucer are the perfect addition!

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  10. That is SO pretty! It looks just perfect in your home, Katie -- and jolly good, being first to get it!

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  11. Love your sweet tea vignette. Love the pretty red pillows on your loveseat too. It looks so pretty and bright.

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  12. That's a great table, Katie and I love your charming vignette! Happy to be joining you for the tea party hop this week. Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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  13. I love your new table and the way you have it styled for spring! All your colors are so pretty too. I love the British Colonial vibe!
    Shelley

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  14. Katie, that wicker teal table is an absolute treasure. Perfect for the sunroom and hosting a little tea. Love the elephant and the tea pot. The pillows are a great feature for comfy relaxing. Happy to join you on this blog hop.

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  15. beautiful d├ęcor! I'll have to catch your linky sooner. It was closed by the time I saw this page but thanks for linking it up with us at #OMHGWW

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  16. How fun to set up a tea vignette on your new table! I love how you matched your tea setting with the rest of your decor - which is gorgeous, by the way! I just love how it all comes together!

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  17. Your new tea table was a great score! I'm enchanted by your German elephant tea pot. If you ever go to the Antiques Road Show, you should take it.

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  18. Love your new table and such a pretty setting for tea.

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  19. It's a perfect table for the room. I am in love with the fabrics in the pillows. Strips and florals are such a fun combo.

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  20. What a fabulous find! Your seating area is really pretty. Love, love, love the pillows you made and the elephant creamer too. Hope you have the best day, CoCo

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  21. Katie your new table is so perfect for the British Colonial look you have been creating and I am so excited for you that you found it! I love the simple tea cup and tea pot vignette. The Ralph Lauren sheet pillows are beautiful and your little elephant is a great treasure. I love all the treasures you shared!

    Thank you so much for joining the blog hop. Enjoy tea time in your beautiful sun room!

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  22. That is a very unusual creamer, Katie! I'm sure it's worth something. Love how the wicker brightens and lightens your room. I love being one of the first ones into an estate sale;)

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  23. What a pretty room! I am just in love with the floral pillows on the white couch! https://www.letsaddsprinkles.com/2019/05/our-new-tea-tablespring-tea-party-blog.html

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