Tuesday, August 21, 2012

White Carnations & old tea china





Tea in our outdoor zen room with white flowers.

Relatively wordless.

Relatively white.

~~~~Relatively wonderful~~~~





































(I know almost like yesterday's but I was there already so I took advantage!)



















































THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR STOPPING BY!


~Michele


Linking:

White Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday II

Primp Your Stuff

Tea in the Garden

Time Travel 

Let's Dish

Vintage Thingies Thursday

45 comments:

  1. What beautiful photos! Everything looks completely relaxing a romantic. Very pretty!
    ♥Linsey

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  2. Michele, this is beautiful! Love the china and white carnations.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  3. gorgeous gorgeous...can I come and sit down and enjoy life with you?!

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  4. Oh my! What a pretty trio! And the white flowers are just breathtaking! No words needed. Hope you're well!

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  5. What a stunning bunch of pictures... So very glad I visited...

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Norwegian Weeds

    Have a great WW!!

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  6. Such a pretty post Michelle.
    I see you have painted the furniture white again.. it looks so lovely.
    Your photos are lovely.
    I love your table cloth.
    happy wednesday
    val

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  7. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Love the contrast between the china and the white carnations!

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  8. Such a pretty study in tea cup, tea, linen, flower, veranda, and white...

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  9. That teacup, saucer and plate are just a gorgeous pattern, Michele! You have some of the prettiest patterns!

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  10. Beautiful. Peaceful.
    Love it all!

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  11. Beautiful!! beautiful china, flowers, colors - especially like the one above the collage - kind of out of focus effect. Wish I was there to help you drink your tea - Before kids I would get out my fancy china & drink tea from it as well - didn't have the full service, but was still nice.

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  12. I know I say this everytime I stop by for a visit.....but you have the most AMAZING photography :) You need to submit these photos to Victoria magazine :)

    Have a blessed and wonderful day!
    karianne

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  13. Hi Michelle,

    So nice to meet you! Thanks for stopping by, and for your nice comment. I wish we could have a piece of my pie, and some tea in your pretty china! YOur pics are awesome, and who doesn't love a pretty teacup!! ME ME!

    Debbie

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  14. I Love your China!!! Just have to agree with everyone else..Beautiful!!
    Makes me want to leave the office and come over for tea..wish I was born in the Victorian age!

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  15. Oh how peaceful and how pretty your post is! Thanks for sharing your tea cup and flowers....I love your white wicker porch set!



    Thanks for sharing your white wednesday post.
    STop by To VisIT miNe....if you wish!




    ciao bella
    Creative Carmelina

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  16. Oh, so lovely pics! *_*

    Here you can find my WW post:
    http://www.peekabook.it/2012/08/wordless-wednesday-aug22.html

    Valentina
    www.peekabook.it

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  17. Do you happen to know if your china pattern has a name? I am *drooling* here! LOVE IT!

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    1. Angela it is just very old Bavarian china- no clue of name of pattern.

      Thank you so much.

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  18. What a pretty pattern - very lovely! Your photos are lovely and I so enjoyed this posting!

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  19. What beautiful photography! LOVE your white tea!

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  20. Wow, everything is so beautiful!!! I love the china and your beautiful patio! Your newest follower from the Time Travel Thurs. :)

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  21. Love the beautiful china pattern and the lovely tea setting!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  22. How utterly beautiful your pics are,love the china and the white jug and flowers. A lovely setting to take tea. I think I will join you x

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  23. How beautiful this all is. I love the setting and your photos are wonderful. What pretty china. I will have two lumps, if you please. ;)

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  24. A very lovely way to take a break and enjoy your tea.

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  25. Can I come right over and sit a while with you. Such a beautiful setting, looks like we could talk for hours and enjoy the tea. You always create such relaxing elegant settings.

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  26. This is so pretty Michele! the china is gorgeous! Visiting from Let's Dish!

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  27. A gorgeous setting for your tea and lovely images too. Visiting from Let's Dish, Olive

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  28. Just beautiful Michele. Looks so peaceful and relaxing in your back yard. Those carnations are so pretty. Isn't it nice that we can actually sit outside and enjoy our porches again? I may have to drop by for tea and surprise you and I don't even like tea.
    Cindy

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    1. Nothing I would like better, my friend! Please do! Soon!

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  29. I never buy white flowers, but how crisp and clean looking they are. Doesn't hurt to have a pretty jug to put them in either.
    Judith

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  30. What pretty dishes!! I love the white flowers too! I usually pass by white but this has been inspiring. Happy VTT

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  31. It is all so pretty! Lovely china. Thank you for sharing. Visiting from Time Travel. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com/2012/08/make-it-pretty-monday-week-11.html Hope to see you at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  32. What a lovely post... Love your dainty rose teatime trio... It looks so relaxing against the wicker setting...I can smell the carnation from here...AHHHHH LOVELY ... ENJOY your day !!!! Hugs

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  33. There's nothing like a good cup of tea! I'm looking forward to cooler weather so I can enjoy it ever day :) Silly question, but what are the white flowers. Are they carnations? They're so bright and cheerful!

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  34. Hi Michele, we are back from the mountains in NC. We had a grea trip. I sooo enjoy your beautiful photos that you share and your lovely teacups. Your zen room is the perfect spot for relaxing with a cup of tea. Take care, my friend!

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  35. Your photos are so dreamy and serene! I love the pattern on the china and the flowers are so lovely. Have a great weekend!

    xo, abby

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  36. This is such a sweet set Michele, I love it ! xo

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  37. Such a lovely post Michele. Your tea set is just beautiful.
    ~Clara

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  38. Just lovely, Michele! Looks so relaxing. May I join you? ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. Hope you'll join the fun again this week. Be sure to stop in tonight to see yourself featured.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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  39. Found your blog on The Brambleberry Cottage, Time Travel Thursday and I'm so glad I did. Beautiful photography. I love the white pitcher with the white carnations.

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