Monday, February 14, 2022

Valentine's Tea Luncheon


Well now, it certainly has been a minute

 since I last posted - and for that I sincerely apologize.

I could give you a thousand reasons why it happened.

But I have decided to just hop on back and share

a Val Day Tea Luncheon I hosted last week.

I figured it would be a nice way to

wish you all a happy Val Day, too.

I set up a pretty table in the kitchen and invited

my two daughters and my grand daughter.

It's the first formal luncheon I have hosted

since before Covid hit the world.

So hosting this tea was good in many ways.

It brings such a smile to my face to share these happy pics!

Hasn't our grand gotten big?

She lost her first tooth just a few days prior to the tea.

And she lost her second tooth only just today!

(Perhaps it was due to eating

too many conversation hearts candies!)

This sweet girl makes every holiday better. 

Royal Albert Old English Rose china

along with pink Depression glass together

makes a perfect Valentine's table.

And I used my favorite pink linen vintage napkins.

I love love love an opportunity to use them.

I kept the plates easy to wash up-

and nothing that would devastate me should

a little 5 year old accidentally break any.

Up till now she and Mom have been nervous to use.

Some of my older readers may remember my youngest

daughter will always choose a hefty mug over a china cup.

Slowly but surely she is coming around! Ha!

About a week before this luncheon I had my girls

over for an easy casual lunch and we made valentines.

We had such a fun day!

She still had all her baby teeth then!

Hope you all had a truly wonderful 

St. Valentine's Day.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

(Thank you for not giving up on me!)





  1. It's always a welcome email tonreceive notice of a post from you, Michele! I love your celebration and craft session with your girls. I had a visit with both my girls and my tiny grand a little over a week ago, and it was our first visit since Christmas! (Baby J and her mama both had Covid in January ๐Ÿ˜ž). Your little grand is growing up so fast! Ohmygoodness, two teeth already! How did that happen?? Happy Valentine's to you, and please don't make yourself so scarce!

  2. Your little grand keeps growing and those windows in her smile are adorable. Glad that you had a Valentine's Tea. It certainly looks beautiful. While there was no beautiful tea here yesterday, I did enjoy a pleasant day. Hope that you are well and looking forward to spring. Nice to find you home.

  3. So wonderful to see a new post from you Michele!, and SO sweet to see your beautiful girls and know you had such a marvelous time! A perfect occasion to bring out the Old English Roses! Thanks for sharing your lovely Valentines Day with us - your pictures are beautiful as always! Welcome back my friend!

  4. How fun Michele to have that precious time with your girls. Your grand girl and my little grandgirl Charlotte are the same age and both losing two teeth. So much fun for them. Hope your Valentine's Day was a good one. Have a great week. xoxo Kris

  5. Pop in and out as you can, I have to do that too. It was nice you had the luncheon for your girls, very special indeed. Your grand is certainly growing! The menu looks delicious and the luncheon looks like a lot of fun by all. Happy Valentine's Day, although it's a little late.......

  6. So wonderful to see you pop back on! What a lovely luncheon. And love the Valentines! Your granddaughter is so adorable. ๐Ÿ˜ I hope you have a blessed rest of your week. xo

  7. What a sweet luncheon with your daughters and granddaughter. Beautiful teacups for your luncheon and what special family members to attend.

  8. What a lovely luncheon. I love the menu and what beautiful teacups. Oh so pretty. Your daughters and granddaughter are beautiful. I know this was a sweet time for you all. I need to do a tea luncheon with my girls and grandgirls. Maybe a Spring fling! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  9. Hi Michele, so nice to see you post, and what a fun time you all must have had. All your girlies are adorable. Your tea table looks beautiful; love the Royal Albert rosy china!

  10. Lovely to see your post and the beauty within it. I just loved your table setting and such a joy to see how much your grand daughter has grown.

  11. What a wonderful teatime with all your sweet girls, Michele! It was so great to see their beautiful faces and happy smiles (even missing teeth ones!). Little Vivi is sure growing up. Thank you for sharing the love ๐Ÿ’• with us!

  12. Thank you for sharing your St. Valentine's Day tea party. Your granddaughter is beautiful. God Bless.

  13. I have been in love with Royal Albert teacups forever. Your table is absolutely lovely. Those napkins! Swoon! And your granddaughter is adorable! What a beautiful tea party!

  14. Hey dear! Loved your post and allready followed your blog, i want invite you to visit and follow my blog back <3

  15. Michele! Oh, I'm so glad you popped in to see me as I thought you had stopped blogging! I quit for a while but missed it and tried to come back but my old blog was messed up so I started another one. Your daughters are so lovely and your little granddaughter is grown! She's a doll. I'm sure they all had a wonderful time. Your dishes are just gorgeous! Thank you for coming to see me and now I'm going to put your blog address in my list!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  16. Wonderful Valentine's Tea time! Adorable Grand! Glad to hear from you. Blessings.

  17. It's so nice to read a post from you again, Michele, and what a lovely post! Loved the pics of your Valentine's Tea Luncheon. Beautiful tablescape. And how fun to make Valentine cards together. You're making memories your granddaughter and daughters will never forget.

  18. What a beautiful Valentine tea time!

    I know it's been a while, but I couldn't believe how big your granddaughter has grown. I remember seeing photos of her as a baby...and now she's 5! Wow!


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