Sunday, May 9, 2010

~A Romantic Tea Party~
 I am joining Cielo at http://houseinroses.blogspot.com/  for a Victorian Tea Party and Martha at http://www.marthasfavorites.com/ ! The sweet memory of my wedding is lingering with me today.
I have chosen to invite you for tea and share with you some sweet memories of my wedding day.
My husband and I were blessed to find each other a bit later in life...3 children and some life lessons under our belts.
We had a gorgeous wedding in early October set in the prettiest country woods with flowers blooming and love bursting forth...
We were married at my childhood home in the dreamiest setting alongside a babbling brook!
I chose a beautiful formal gown with a long flowing veil. I felt like a sweet fairy princess on this day lucky enough to have met my prince charming!
Please have a sip of tea and relax...aren't these pretty German teacups just delightful and dainty...
I also love these pretty iron chairs they remind me of the vibrant reds I used in my sweet October wedding...
This is a pretty bridal purse my neighbor made...
I wish I would have it for my day but never the less it is pretty for decoration.
My pretty favorite romantic teapot...it is rather shabby because I had to rescue it and put it back together...
That is us in a silver frame that I recieved as a gift from my Aunt Carol for our wedding.
My favorite vintage gloves... they are the softest leather with the prettiest of details...

I can imagine the pretty romantic dress that might have been worn with this sweet vintage hat...
Oh my, it looks as if I need a refill on my tea...
Thank you for letting me share some of my memories with you and please stop by again for a cup of tea and more romantic treasures.
I also want to give a sweet hug and thank you to Cielo for hosting this beautiful Victorian Tea Party
you can find her at http://houseinroses.blogspot.com/.
Martha at http://www.marthasfavorites.com/  has also invited me to participate in her tea party, thank you so much it is an honor! Enjoy your tea time!
Hugs,
Olivia
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