|Setting for a casual outdoor fall tea at my tiny little cottage in the Hollywood Hills. (above)|
Did I ever mention that I love vintage and antique tea cups? I have just a few but I love them. I will pull those out for the fall tea.
This past weekend, TE and I were at my house most of the weekend...so yesterday, I convinced him to help me plan out my little tea party. He was very helpful...he made suggestions on flowers, table linens, glassware and more...I was so impressed. He also cooked me breakfast while a fussed about trying to get my tea party table setting just right. Felt quite fortunate...my guy made good style suggestions for my table setting AND cooked me breakfast. Just so all of you know...after completely indulging me for the morning...TE spent the rest of the afternoon watching his 49ers play football. A football watching Renaissance man!
Anyhooo...here's my little casual tea party setting styled with a few tabletop pieces I ordered from Horchow and some vintage items from my home. Ready for a lovely tea with my lovely mom and sister!
|Colorful winter squash on a silver charger add some fall color to the tea setting. (above)|
|This vintage Tuscan Fine English Bone China cup was manufactured sometime between 1940-1970. This is a favorite in my collection - love the light blue with gold accents. (above)|
|Hydrangea and tulips make a nice flower centerpiece. (above)|
|Cute little cellars for salts and spices sit on the super elegant bone and nickel tray(above)|
|Whimsical casual champagne flutes with words like Happiness, Peace, Love, Health and Prosperity written on each one. I chose Happiness for this tabletop setting! (above)|
|My Christofle flatware. I put out forks for the salad.|
|I just had to add a bit of modern into the mix by incorporating my own COCOCOZY Logo table linens (a placemat runner and napkins) to complete the look. (above)|
Now that I've figured out how everything will look, I must plan out the menu...will do that this week. Oh one small thing...guess I need to lock in my guests (mom and sis DS) too!! Lots to do!
Resources: Bone & Nickel Tray; Salad Plates; My vintage tea cups; Champagne Flutes; Salt Cellars; Geometric table linens in navy
P.S. Special thanks to the folks at Horchow for sending me some cute tabletop goodies to complete my tea party look! So wonderful!
Photos: All photos in this post taken by Coco of COCOCOZY; photo styling by Coco and TE :)
(This post is brought to you as part of a collaboration with Horchow)