Our beautiful old plantation bell, frosted like a Wilton Wedding-Cake-Topper. The ring beneath is an old piece of pink McCoy that we put out for bird-water in Summer. Winter dish is nearer the house.
And the warmth inside: Sweetpea and I happened upon the beginnings of a little celebration at the church one day, with a whole troop of ladies bringing in boxes and bags of beautiful things, to decorate “their” tables for a tea party.
A bit of Indoor Wonderland.
The seasonal glow of Reds, like breakfast for young Royalty.
The rich shine of Golds.
This charming, homey
Burgundy array made me think
of baking cookies.
The cheery Candy-Stripes of sugar-plum dreams.
The cool elegance of Icy Blue.
The sumptuous pomp of Purple.
Pale Blue and Christmas Candy.
And the charm of PINK is always in fashion.
There were several more in progress as we had to leave. One young woman hurried in in a bustle of snowy unloadings and unwrappings, and was beginning to set out her tablescape. The most intriguing items I’d seen all day were the gorgeous pair of red suede peep-toes with six-inch heels that she set in the center of the table before beginning to set out the dishes.
I’d have LOVED to see that one completed.
Linking today to Beverly's PINK SATURDAY.