Calling all tea enthusiasts, I’m sharing my love of tea with a round up
of teatime inspiration and recipes, along with
an announcement of a new monthly series that I’m excited to share!
“Whatever the occasion, giving a tea party allows you the opportunity to entertain good friends
and kind acquaintances with sweet style. Take care with the food, brew a bracing pot of tea,
but most important, enjoy the warmth and joy possible only when good friends gather for a party.”
– Kim Waller
Pour yourself a cuppa and help yourself to some teatime treats!
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A patchwork of cucumber, thinly sliced radishes, and strawberries on top of a cream cheese spread.
Garnish with edible flowers and herbs.
Melt-in-your-mouth, buttery Lavender-Pecan Shortbread Cookies
are infused with lavender flavor, studded with chopped pecans,
and topped with a lavender-sprinkled sweet glaze!
And favorite tea book: Victoria: The Art of Tea: Recipes and Rituals
From the editors of Victoria magazine, Victoria The Art of Tea
is the go-to guide for all facets of tea entertaining.
A pretty way to serve a roast beef canapé for a party!
Easy and fun to make using refrigerated pie crust!
Make the flower tart shells in advance, store in an airtight container and serve
with an assortment of sweet or savory fillings at teatime.
Finger sandwiches of cake, filled with layers of chocolate buttercream and strawberry-cream cheese.
Use a pound cake from the grocery store for an easy no-bake treat and quick assembly!
Luscious and lemony, these mini tarts are a sweet treat for teatime.
Serve with berries and edible flowers if desired.
Create a flower arrangement using a tea tin
Join me at the table for
And a serving of tea and whimsy for a
Hang a teapot wreath in welcome for a Mad Tea Party, Alice in Wonderland-style
A Valentine’s Day Tea Party is a perfect way to share some love with your girlfriends
for Valentine’s Day or to celebrate Galentine’s Day.
You’ll find a tea-themed flower arrangement and centerpiece for Valentine’s Day.
“What turns a drink of tea into an occasion? Often, the cup it is served in—no doubt one reason
why so many tea lovers are just as devoted to lovely china
as they are their orange pekoe or lapsang souchong.
However, your tea set doesn’t need to be Wedgwood or
blue willow to bring joy and beauty to teatime.”
– Kim Waller
I am excited to announce a new monthly series, “Tea on Tuesdays”!
Pam at Everyday Living, and I will be celebrating all things “tea”. . .tables, recipes and DIYs
on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
I hope you’ll plan to join us for our inaugural post this coming Tuesday, July 19th.
“Tea is a daily companion that never fails us.
It warms when we—or the world—feel cold, gives strength when we’re weary,
and lends delicious grace notes to our gatherings.
From the first cheery chortle of the kettle at dawn to the fragrance of an evening cup
as the house quiets and we turn to our reading,
tea can be counted on to smooth and save the day.”
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