Monday, August 15, 2011

Tea Time - Peacock blue

It's time for tea, and for this occasion we 'll have a raspberry cream meringue. I found the shells at Costco, so it's an easy dessert, and quite pretty, I think.
I am using my newest dishes, a peacock pattern...

Edie Rose by Rachel Bilson for  Macy's. There was just something about these which attracted me...




Sandi is hosting her Tea Time Tuesday, so you should visit...there is lots to see over there.

10 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Millie, this is just gorgeous! All my favorite colours. And those beautiful peacocks! Amazing colour. Love it! Have a great week.

Snap said...

Wonderful! I love peacocks and love the aqua in these pieces! Everything looks luscious! Happy Tea Day!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh, be still my heart! Millie, you have me swooning with your gorgeous peacock blues and greens! All my favourite colours; aquas and greens. Your tea set is fabulous! What a delightful tea you have set for us today. Thank you for joining me and have a wonderful week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Johanna said...

Hello Millie,
oh my, this peacock set attracts me, too. What a fabulous design. And you combined it so gorgeous with the lilac flowers. Really an outstanding table. Thank you for having me for tea. May I invite you for a tea, too?
Best greetings, Johanna

Martha said...

A lovely tea set -- don't you just love peacocks!!! And I wish my Costco had those shells! I love them! I bought them all the time when we were in England! Now to have them I have to make them!

Beth said...

Oh, how pretty! Love the peacocks and the meringues are gorgeous too. I really think this tea is beautiful and I enjoyed visiting today.
Hugs, Beth

LaVerne said...

What a beautiful colour combination and the dishes look great!

Carolyn said...

I love your beautiful new dishes!Your bouquet on the previous post is beautiful too.

Carolyn

Cindy said...

Oh my!!! Your new dish ware is absolutely gorgeous! I love the peacock teapot! Your flowers are lovely, too. So lovely.
Hugs, Cindy

Micupoftea~ said...

Gorgeous dishes, beautiful home! Your meringue shells look delicious :)