A COLLECTION OF AFTERNOON GARDEN TEAS’S





Welcome to the 66th Tea Time Tuesday
Today I am sharing a collection of Garden Teas,
I have given in white, cream, blue, purple, pink
Just photos for you to enjoy!






































Thank You for Joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
As Always Save A Cup Of Tea For Me!
Lady Katherine

I will be joining:
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life

 Susan at Between Naps On The Porch

Michael Lee at Designs By Gollum

Laurie at Bargain Hunting With Laurie

The Tablescaper
for Seasonal Sunday

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57 thoughts on “A COLLECTION OF AFTERNOON GARDEN TEAS’S

  1. Good morning Katherine, your tea post today is stunning. Thank you for sharing your journey with cancer with us. My prayers are with you from now on. I have been to your blog before and have admired your strength to let life go on. I mean it. Your dh is so supportive and loving. Love is so needed when you are fighting a battle. I am so sorry to hear of your injury. I pray that you win. Smile.
    Happy Pink Saturday.
    Hugs, Jeanne

  2. Hi Katherine – what a beautiful pink post – your roses and outside tearoom display are just gorgeous!! Love your guard dog too!! Happy Pink Saturday!

  3. Stunningly beautiful!! Imagine tea and fellowship at such a table. It put me in mind of a wedding.

    Also, I want you to know that your post really touched my heart. I am praying for you…for strength…for wisdom for the doctors…for restoration to radiant good health. May EVERY trace of cancer be removed from your body.

    Blessings,
    Patti (Fill My Cup with Beauty)

  4. PS. I’m going to follow your blog. Not only because I think it’s lovely, but, even more, so I will be reminded to keep you in my prayers. Every time I see your updated post on my dashboard, I will be reminded to pray for you.

    Big cyber hugs,
    Patti

  5. What a gorgeous post! Your story has touched me and I you will be in my prayers.

    I know I would not have the courage, or the strength to endure all that you have and what a blessing for you to have such a dear husband….You are a beautiful and brave woman and I am so glad to have met you!
    Jil
    xo

  6. Beautiful, Katherine. Those Pink roses are absolutely “to die for” and I love your beautiful table settings. Looks like so much fun. I’d love to be able to join you for tea. 🙂

    Blessings,
    Tricia

  7. Katherine as a sister in the fight against Breast Cancer I can say that I am a 6 year survivor!Last year when I celebrated my fifth year I was diagnosed with my second primary cancer..today a yr. later after aggresive treatment I am in Solid remission.
    I am sure by viewing your gorgeous images on your blog you my dear lady must find your own a blog a place of respite on those days when you need to just be in a beautiful moment.
    I wish for you many beautiful moments as you heal and know that you are in my daily prayers.
    I send over a healing light.
    love and light anna
    one who has had her own battles with cancer. xo

  8. Katherine, I will be adding you to my prayer list. Cancer is such a difficult illness and from your post you are facing it with courage and faith. Your garden and tea setting are stunning! Debbie

  9. Such an inviting place for tea. The tablescape is so lovely and all the touches of pink roses everywhere in indescrible. Happy Pink Saturday.

  10. Hello Lady Katherine!

    I have never seen such an inviting setting for tea from all the china, linens and yummy treats ~ to the gorgeous blooming roses!
    It is as beautiful as you are in person and kind spirit!

    I was so inspired by your post and will read it again.
    My prayers are sent for a full recovery and remission and may God bless and comfort you.

    I am already a follower of your blog and will be back again soon.
    Big Hugs,
    Lynn

  11. Oh Katherine, I don’t know where to begin. First of all I was in complete shock when I saw my Pansy Tea Table as your feature for this week. It took me completely unawares.

    Then as I read your post. Oh my goodness Katherine, you have been through so much. My heart totally goes out to you. I know this sounds so trite, but thank you for sharing what you have been through. You will be in my prayers.May God be with you on this oh so difficult journey. What a blessing your husband has been. How lucky for you to have him in your life.

    I started blogging a year ago. I find the community that surrounds it amazing. I don’t know if it’s the case with all blogging communities, but ours (tea, tablescapes, food) is amazingly supportive.

    I have found it a wonderful experience to be exploring what makes me happy. Exploring my love of Tablescaping has helped me immeasureably. I’m so happy that the wonderful world of tea has brought you so much joy. I can only hope that it will continue to bring you joy and happiness.

    – The Tablescaper

  12. Oh Katherine, what a lovely blog and gorgeous photos! I found you through Pink Saturday. I will add a link to your blog in my sidebar!

    Just lovely!
    Pam

  13. Good morning and Happy Pink Saturday, dear Katherine. Lady, I hope you know that you are always held close in my heart and prayers. The bond between you and your husband is one that is definitely blessed by God’s hand. So many people can not stand up to the trials you have endured.

    This wonderful party setting you created is beyond magical. It is everything that one could imagine of grace, charm and beauty. It is absolute perfection.

    I hope you enjoyed your Saturday as a featured participant.

  14. Lady Katherine…

    Oh, how I wish I could join you in your garden for tea! It is so lovely, so inviting, so peaceful! Thank you for showing us the details — it makes it feel as though have been there — I can almost smell the mint tea now 🙂

  15. Hello Dear Katherine! Your tea settings are so very lovely. What work and creativity you put into every table. Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing your own breast cancer story with us. I have several friends who have been touched by this same disease. I will add you to my prayer list and I pray that one day no one will have to be stricken by cancer again. God Bless you.

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

  16. Hello. I’m new to your blog. Your tea table scapes are so pretty. Probably the most beautiful I’ve seen here in blog land.
    Your story was very touching. I wish you and your husband all the best.

  17. Happy Belated Pink Saturday! Your post is very touching. I lost my mother to cancer many years ago! You will be in my thoughts and prayers!

    Beautiful tablescapes!

  18. Hello Katherine,
    I appreciate you sharing your story. You are an encouragement. I am amazed at your talents in setting such lovely tea settings.
    I am so glad now for the opportunity to get to know you more.
    I too live in a Craftsman that we are renovating – we’re about to do some repairs and paint the exterior! I am so excited.
    Wish I had chickens and sheep! But, we live in the rural downtown – such as it is!
    God Bless,
    Kathy

  19. What a beautiful pink post! Your tea post is beautiful your roses are awesome.Thank you for sharing your journey with cancer with us. You will be in my thought and prayers…Hugs…Pat H

  20. Lady Katherine, I don’t know how you do it, with your health issues – that is, such elaborate tea settings and food! They are always just gorgeous. My favorite is your setting with the blue and white china. Love your pink roses, too. They look great in the tureen. You are so creative and you make such visually stunning posts. I’m praying for you.
    Hugs and blessings, Beth

  21. I wish I could be in your garden, it is so beautiful. Gorgeous pictures.
    Your high spirits and positive attitude will get you through this.
    You are in my prayers. So many success stories with breast cancer today. My sister in law’s sister was diagnosed with it 20+ years ago. Lymph nodes affected. He believed her positive attitude had much to do with her recovery. Will be back soon to read more of your beautiful blog.
    Betsy

  22. I am so sorry you hurt yourself again, Katherine. I will offer some prayers for you. You sure are lucky having Terrie by your side. I just love seeing your beautiful roses and you know I love this heart punched tea set. What a beautiful garden setting! You take good care of yourself and cangrats for being featured by Beverly..Christine

  23. Hi: My heart is deeply moved by your story. I did not know. I am so sorry you are going through this. Please know that you are in my prayers. Most importantly, remember that Jesus is still on the throne and He has not forgotten you. Trust in Him. Thank you for sharing your heart and allowing us to pray for you. There is strength in pray. You are not alone. Blessings, Martha

  24. Dearest Katherine,
    I’m so sorry to hear of your injury. I do hope you’re feeling better. You are such an inspiration to us all. Your garden tea is absolutely beautiful. It has such an ethereal quality to it. It truly shows the love you put into it. Thank you so much for sharing and I’ll continue to keep you in my prayers.

  25. Lady Katherine, we enjoy so many of the same things. Spinning the wool of our own sheep, tea time with family and friends, husbands who love and support us.Blessings abundant!

    Thank-you for sharing your difficult journey with cancer. I am praying for you, and your family. I will also be sharing this post with a dear friend on a journey with cancer herself.Like you though, cancer has not defined her, but refined her.

  26. Hi Lady Katherine ((( hugs and hugss))) It is so touching to hear you speak about your beautiful husband and the long journey you have both been on..it is amzing you have one another.Many blessigns to you..you are such a powerfull radiant lady.You are in my thoughts and know that hope and healing is shining brightly for you!You are such a beautiful person and have such a beautiful heart!(hugs)

    I looove loove love your tea parties..everytime I come here i am dazzled. You look beautiful..i also love all the pink flwoers and roses…and the photo of the bird bath wiht the flowers in it..gorgeous!
    Many moons ago i spotted your blog and always admired it..I was new to the blog world and didnt know what blog parties were..and was always shy to join yours..i am happy I play..and you ahve made me feel so welcome..much appreciation!

    Your post really touched me..I celebrate you and all the beuaty you are..hang in there..keep spirited and know that you are an amazing soul inspiring many!HUgs
    Kiki~

  27. Dearest Lady Katherine,
    You are truly an inspiration and role model for so many women – your testimony of faith and love will touch so many hearts! Thank you for your beautiful words and tribute to your darling husband – may the Lord just completely overwhelm you both with His abundant blessings!
    <>< Concetta

  28. I am home from a weeks vacation..and find no posting from you for this Tuesday tea party. O, I do hope everything is ok..I mean, as ok as it can be for you at this time. I know you are fighting once again against this dreadful disase.
    Will you give your darling husband a bear hug from me?
    xo bj

  29. Always beautiful, all the time.
    I am praying for you and your family and husband. You are an amazing person, and so must your husband be to be going through so much and so many surgeries. God bless!

  30. Your table is as every bit as beautiful as you are! This is absolutely stunning! The climbing roses have me so envious! What a perfect spot for a tea party! I like the blue dishs with the white setting best! Love seeing the different options and your goodies look scrumptious! Thanks for hosting such a lovely party!

  31. Dear Lady Katherine,

    Martha at Martha’s Favorites said it so well. I, too, am deeply touched and glad that you shared your personal battle and the blessing of having a caring husband. I think of you often and desire for God to overwhelm you with His presence. I have a beautiful blanket with the words “Under His Wings” that I like to wrap myself up in at times when I feel I especially need it.
    I have so enjoyed your beautiful garden and lovely dishes. Your roses are fabulous and you have used them so well on the settings.
    “Oh Father, please bless Katherine today. Touch her with Your special touch. Encourage her and each of her family. Give them the strength they need that their inner man may be strong in the midst of their physical weariness. Amen” Jane

  32. Lady Katherine, How can we ever thank you for such a warm blog site. I always look forward to Tuesdays with your blog as a special treat to see. I just wish we could hear the sounds in your beautiful garden and smell the pink roses in bloom. I recieve the feeling of a sweetness from your wrin

  33. Good morning dear friend, this is the 15th one and I’ve still not participated in this beautiful party.. shame on me. I’ve got to put it on the list of things to do. I am definetly missing out. Girl your setting is just gorgeous.. certainly belongs in a magazine, You are one beautiful woman..I would love to join you for a cup of tea and a long visit.. I’ve so enjoyed my visit. This was incredible..
    hugs ~lynne~

  34. Hi Katherine,

    i might be a little out of place here….an odd one perhaps. i don’t have a lovely tea settings… but i happened upon your blog and fell in love. its so beautiful ! so following you.

    blue and white combination is always my favourite. i haven’t seen tea settings so beautiful!!

    have a great weekend.
    Blessings,
    Ruth

  35. Hello from your “neighbor” in Arkansas! I love your blog! So sweet and Southern Belle – love it!
    Have a great day!
    Lisa

  36. Katherine, you amaze me! This is so lovely! And you wove those chair seats??? Is there nothing you can’t do??? Awesome!

    And this is just as pretty as a picture. Love your pinks.

    Hope you’re feeling good.

    XO,

    Sheila 🙂

  37. I enjoyed each and every photo, Katherine. You sure have a nice collection of china and teapots….Christine

  38. Lady Katherine,
    Your teas are beautiful. I love all of your china, especially the blue & white. Just gorgeous! Thanks for having us.
    Sherry

  39. Dearest Lady Katherine,

    What a lovely assemblage of garden party teatimes! So breathtakingly exquisite!
    What fabulously pretty tea treats you have shared with us this week..,

    I am so moved by what you have been through and what a kind and loving husband you have!

    Also, the love and support of your family and dear friends as well as even your dear fellow blogging friends. ~ May God continue to keep, uplift, sustain, heal and richly bless you dear inspirational lady with their and especially, ‘His’, continued love and support!

    God be with you!

    I have taken it upon myself dear Lady Katherine to lovingly add you to my list each week for the past two week’s since I want others to know and love you and realize that you are often unable to do so!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee
    @ http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com
    @ http://silkenpurse.blogspot.com

  40. Dearest Lady Katherine,
    You are always the true champion among us – thank you for sharing tea and your story with us. As always, you have touched our hearts.
    <><
    Concetta

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