Saturday, May 22, 2010


This is a "twofor" today because I am linking with Kim at The Victorian Parlor for a Celebration of Queen Victoria's Birthday and Beverly for Pink Saturday!  My garden isn't quite there yet but coming along so I thought I'd go outside for a grand party ! 

 To link to The Victorian Parlor click here: and for Pink Saturday click here:

Mr. Peter Rabbit has presented his PINK PRIZE WINNING PINK cabbage on display for the party!  This is a birthday party for Her Majesty Queen Victoria!  A DAY OF CELEBRATION IS HERE!!


Our finest Victorian Tipping Teapot has been filled with boiling water and selection of teabags are ready.......of course Mr. Peter Rabbit will have Camomile PLEASE!

Hail to the Queen- Her Majesty the Queen!

I do so hope you enjoyed our celebration- Mrs Tabitha Twitchit and Mr. Jeremy Fisher loved it!    Be sure and link to my blogging friends ABOVE and remember..... HAIL TO THE QUEEN  !!!                                                                                                            


[email protected] said...

This is a spectacular post!!

First I have to say that the linens on your table are to die for!! Gorgeous!

I just love the garden tea and everything that you have displayed looks stunning!!



PeggyR said...

Oh Hail to the Queen! I love all your pictures and would love to come to celebrate! Happy Pink Saturday!

The Victorian Parlor said...

Gorgeous!!! Thank you so much for joining me today to honor Her Majesty Queen Victoria! Your tea table is absolutely regal! The tea pot is really beautiful too:).



Annesphamily said...

What a perfectly lovely party fit for a wueen! Thank you for sharing!

Julie said...

Beautiful post! Happy Pink Saturday.

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

Perfect for the Queen!!! LOVE your sipping pot; so lovely. The Queen would feel very honored having tea with you!!! Donna

WhineNRoses said...

You're blog is eye candy to me!!!
It is just my cup of tea!!!
How beautiful!!!!

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Bernideen! Your tea is splendid and how nice of you to remember Queen Victoria in your post as we Canadians celebrate her birthday and our reigning Queen's this long weekend. Your cakes are so pretty too. Enjoy your weekend, dear friend, and I hope you're getting lots of sunshine.


Damaris said...

Just BEAUTIFUL!! And that table topper is so ROYAL!! XXOO

Cindy said...

Fabulous! Inspiring! Love it all :)

nannykim said...

This is so much fun. I have to say I have never seen a teapot like that one; It is awesome!!!! very nice tablescape and garden!!

Lavender Cottage said...

Monday is Victoria Day here as we celebrate the Queen's birthday with a holiday. She would surely like the tea you set out to honour her Bernideen, as do I. You chose a nice setting in your garden to have the tea.

Deanna said...

Dear One, Blessings to you today as we celebrate and visit with the Queen!

Your post of this Royal Event is GORGEOUS!!!
Lovely to spend time with you.

I am also participating with Kim's Tea Party in Honor of Queen Victoria. So hope you'll drop by for a visit at Homehaven.

God Bless,

[email protected] said...

Beautiful tea setting! I love your table linens and beautiful tea cups.
I especially love the gorgeous tippler tea pot! I am envious! I love it!
You have put together a very elegant table for the Queen.

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hello, Happy Pink Saturday :) What a lovely post! Beautiful photographs; love the tablescape you have set! Thanks, I've enjoyed my visit :)

Have a lovely weekend, warmest, Brenda

The Sweetbrier Cottage said...

Your table looks absolutely gorgeous! I especially liked your china and the silver teapot. I must be the only person who does not have a picture of the Queen so I guess I need to get to work on finding one by next year. Have a wonderful weekend!

Rebecca said...

Total sweetness! Real eye candy. One of my favorite PINK SATURDAY POSTS!

Hope your day was GREAT! Loved the Two-Fer!


Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Such a pretty setting, I love the doily over the cake stand!

Marydon Ford said...

A setting for a princess & queen ... lovely presentation.

Have a great weekend.
TTFN ~Marydon

Elaine said...

Everytime I look at your blog i feel like I'm in Wonderland. Such beautiful table settings and I'm looking forward to seeing your garden in full bloom.

Dogmom Diva said...

What a fun post! It was eye candy all the way, flowers, bunnies, tea sets, woot..beautiful..

Happy weekend and a great week!


Marilyn said...

Your tea table in the garden was beautiful!

Rosemary said...

Lovely! This would be such a fun party to attend. I particularly love the Victorian Tipping Pot! Where did you find that?

Eastlake Victorian said...

Hi Bernideen-

Your tea table setting for the Queen is perfection! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your tipping teapot! And the gorgeous layering of those lovely tablecloths, your beautiful china set, those scrumptious-looking cakes... perfection, I must say! I'm glad for Kim's Tea for Queen Victoria because now I found your lovely blog.


Deanna said...

Dearest Bernideen, Thank you for visiting my blog! So good to hear from you. You have a gorgeous Blog.

Appreciate the sharing of my blog in your inspirational and faith catagory That's an honor. Sweet of you!

God bless you and may you have a great week,

CC said...

Ohhh, what a wonderful,beautiful setting and tea party. It was just gorgeous and the desserts were scrumptious. The service was just beautiful.. I'm so happy I stopped at your party, I so enjoyed it. Happt belated Pinks Saturday..

Erica said...

What a wonderful setting you have and a nice tribute to Queen Victoria. I'm from Canada and this weekend is a national holiday called Victoria Day. It's to celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria,for 2 days everybody sets off fireworks to celebrate.

Thanks for sharing your lovely photo's.

Beth said...

Your tea table is beautiful! Love the tipping teapot, love your little garden and good to see that spring has arrived in Colorado. The foxglove is very pretty - one of my favorite flowers. I enjoyed your post, Bernideen.