This Dortmond antique rose was doing good too.
Welcome to our little tea party!
I love the westward the wagons scene on this coffee pot!
Also the little tea pot is cute and has boats on a river.
Here is the bread plate that is going to hold our cookies!
The Francis the First sterling salt cellars with matching salt spoons are perfect for little helpings of ice cream (Yes, you mothers know why we like small helpings of ice cream for our little ones!)
Here is a three tiered server.
Fun for our shortbread cookies. We used the new Sarabeth's Bakery Cookbook and the recipe for shortbread cookies was excellent. It was perfect for little kids. No eggs of course and it was very easy for my three year old to handle. We added a little apricot jam for fun.
Kiley also thoought a ice cream sandwich sounded good.
Here is all the roses that I had left in the garden. There was a little New Dawn rose hidden in the courtyard that the deer missed. So we added some Zinnias because Kiley wanted yellow.
Klacey guarding her cookie.
Curley Sue joined us as well!
And our final guest was pinkie the pony.
We hope you have a wonderful day and enjoy your roses and don't forget to shut the gate! Hee hee.
P.S. The linens are Ralph Lauren from a couple of years back in ivory. The dinner plates are Patrician pattern by Wedgewood. They are my great-grandmother Louise's. They look lovely with the Vernon Kilns 1860 pattern. The sterling is Francis the First by Reed and Barton. The tumblers for the lemonade are ruby cut glass. Have a great day!
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