Monday, October 17, 2016

TABLE BOUQUETS

Today it was time to wash the linens from all
the tea tables.  I set all the bouquets on
the buffet and they looked "shareable".


Even a first year garden bloomed enough flowers that I didn't
have to go to the market to supplement!



Give someone a tiny bouquet - it's charming - see them smile!


These are simple "drop in" bouquets:


Someone might remember this bird vase I got
at the Lafayette, Colorado Flea Market:


The butterfly bushes are buzzing with activity
 today, along
with the cosmos!







17 comments:

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Your sweet colorful bouquets are lovely, Bernideen!

BarberryLane Designs said...

So pretty for a tea, and I love all your vintage containers. I rarely use a formal vase, usually something vintage or a mason jar. Your garden did very well. The zinnias are so bright this year, I don't know if was new seeds or the fierce sunshine we had. Hoping to do a bouquet tomorrow, I'll use your lovely ones for inspiration. Thanks, Sandi

Lynn Bean said...

So very pretty! I must get to the flowers and cut what hydrangea I have left. Your flowers are an inspiration both in color and presentation!

The Victorian Girl said...

Your tea looks like so much fun! What a great place you have to give your teas. Everything looks just beautiful and your bouquets are sweet.

Susan said...

I love these bouquets--so sweet, XOXO

Beth said...

You obviously have a green thumb, to have so many nice flowers from a first year garden! I'm very impressed. Beautiful!

happywonderer.com said...

So pretty!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

They look so pretty all grouped together. Do you buy a cosmo plant or plant by seed? And are they perennial?

Marilyn Miller said...

Lovely, sweet bouquets!

Vee said...

Just lovely. You are a fabulous gardener since these delights are from a first-year garden. Impressive!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

All tour bouquets are just so sweet and I know they made pretty centerpieces for your tea party, Bernideen!

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

The bouquets are so pretty grouped together and your containers are pretty. Guess you have a green thumb as well as decorator.

Gina said...

Such pretty bouquets, Bernideen. A lovely reminder of your tea party!

Janneke said...

Bernideen I really loved to see all these 'tussie mussies' in a wonderful variety of vases. That little jug with the blue bird is just gorgeous.

Deborah Montgomery said...

Oh, I love these pretty little bouquets. They are so charming.

Jann Olson said...

You certainly do have a green thumb Bernideen. Absolutely love your drop in bouquets! I just cut my butterfly bushes all back. Readying for winter. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

The Charm of Home said...

These are so pretty! Thank you for hosting at Home Sweet Home!