Wednesday, September 27, 2017

AN EARLY AUTUMN "Tea In The Garden"


Yesterday my husband and I went to
an auction and I found a wonderful
book to share so first I made a 
bouquet with some of the last flowers
of the warm season.



I am sure you might be familiar with 
Carolyne Roehm's  books which came
 out in 1999-2000 and cover many
decorating and creative ideas for each
of the 4 different seasons.  I got a boxed
 set of all four for just a couple dollars so it
will be fun to enjoy them.  Shall
we have a cup of tea on the patio?




It's a safe place here under the deck
 because
the walnuts are dropping constantly.


Also, I always love to see what
 art work Edith Holden did to 
represent each month.


Next week will bring October:









I think I already shared this birdbath
 I got
this summer at an estate sale.


Here in Missouri it will still be
warm for quite a while so I
will try to have as many of my
Wednesday tea blog parties in the 
garden as possible.  That doesn't 
work for everyone though - I know that
so anywhere you have a tea 
vignette will
work of course!


I am sharing this post at:
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21 comments:

Marilyn Miller said...

Gorgeous bouquet!!! Love the books and sitting with you right there for a cup of tea. Thanks! I need to have a garden tea soon. I have one percolating in my head.

xinex said...

You always set the prettiest outdoor tea, Bernideen. Our backyard is so messed up right now cause my big shade tree fell on our pool cage destroying it and we can’t even go out the door because the door is leaning forward holding part of the enclosure roof. Anyway, thanks for hosting.... Christine

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Bernideen,
Your books sound lovely and filled with wonderful art and ideas, I'm sure. I think our warm weather is coming to an end although we're hoping for an Indian Summer yet. Love the bird bath and your pretty tea things! Thank you for having us.

Hugs,
Sandi

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love your Autumn tea in the garden with Mr. Owl, Bernideen! Did you make him?? Your birdbath is so pretty, as is your bouquet on your table. I wish I could join you, as you have two teacups ready and waiting. We could look at your new books as we sipped our tea. Thank you so much for hosting and sharing with us.

Louca por porcelana said...

Your "Tea in the Garden is so charming!Beautiful books,Gorgeous teapot and pretty teacups...Love the elegant tablecloth.Lovely flowers bouquet!Thanks so much for hosting and visiting.Hugs,Maristella.

ellen b. said...

Such a lovely tea setting. Love the basket bouquet!

Margie said...

What a lovely bouquet and charming lace owl. We've had unusually warm summer temperatures here. It feels weird to be wearing summer clothes/shoes in late September. I'm looking forward to the cooler temperatures. Thank you for hosting!

NanaDiana said...

Lucky you to be able to continue to take tea outside for a while yet. We got to the mid-60s today and it will be in the 40s tonight.
Your tea "party" is as beautiful as always. I always feel a sense of contentment visiting here. xo Diana

Tanya Rachelle said...

Ohhhhhh so pretty!!! I love this post. Lovely books and garden looks so inviting.
~Tanya

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Sadly my tea is not photo-worthy, but I do love coming here and viewing all the others who participate. Thanks for creating and running this pretty party.

Regine Karpel said...

Love.

Sylvia said...

Your garden is always so pretty, Bernideen, I would love to have tea on your patio!

Connie said...

Your patio and garden are amazing and that is the cutest owl I have ever seen.
Happy Autumn!
Connie :)

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, I love your under-the-deck tea spot! Today I'm bringing something for autumn - my pumpkin teacakes.

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Good Morning, Bernideen. I know I don't visit as often as I should, but I like to check in every once in awhile to see how your beautiful garden is doing. Beautiful basket of flowers. I think I will have to order that book as the garden illustrations are spectacular..Happy Thursday..Judy

Tea in Texas said...

Lucky you to find the beautiful collection of books! The garden setting is so lovely and the brown transferware cups and saucers are perfect for fall. The fall owl decoration is very cute and my favorite. Hope you have a great week.
Pam

Amber Lyon Ferguson said...

What a beautiful post! New to your blog, coming over from Jann's party.

You might enjoy my Fall home tour, which I end with a nice cup of tea!

Amber- followtheyellowbrickhome.com

Deborah Montgomery said...

Oh Bernideen, I love that bouquet of flowers. It's just beautiful! We are looking at doing some work in our backyard and if I thought I could ever have flowers like that I'd think I'd died and gone to heaven! xo Deborah

Jann Olson said...

Bernideen, your flower basket turned out gorgeous! A fall tea is always delightful. Great score on the books. I too have to look at the artwork of Edith Holden each month. Thanks for sharing with SYC. I am starting late, but you will be featured this week.
hugs,
Jann

Joanna at Gingham Gardens said...

Your flower basket is stunning, as well as the rest of your little patio setup.

handmade by amalia said...

Oh, how lovely. Nice to see you enjoying the new season, Bernideen.
Amalia
xo