Sunday, August 11, 2013

Daisy Tea



I didn't plan it, 
but this outdoor tea for a friend just kinda turned into a daisy tea.

I guess that's what happens when one uses leftover daisy napkins from some past event,  
and sorta daisy-ish looking cupcakes, 
and green, leafy dishes,
and yellow lemons, and...

:-)

A perfectly happy and wonderful daisy tea for me and my bestie.


Hope you're having a happy, wonderful, daisy kind of day, too.




64 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Daisies make everything better! :)

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  2. Loved your Daisy day tea pics . . . the mini quiche look yummy too . . .

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  3. yummmmm, I want that cupcake! Looks like everything is coming up Daisies!

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  4. Aww, so sweet and love the cupcakes!! xo heather

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  5. Lucky friend! What a charming setting and I imagine she felt quite cherished. It's the little things that can make someone know how much you appreciate them, don't you think?

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    1. Yes, I would say that friendships are built on all those little things.

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  6. Oh my day was a happy Daisy kind of day. Your tea looks fabulous - such pretty things.

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    1. Thanks, JoAnn! Glad you had a happy day, too!

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  7. That just looks like a perfectly happy sort of setting. You must have had a grand time!

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    1. Very happy. We always have a grand time when we get together. We've been friends since we were two years old.

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  8. Looks so pretty! The daisy cupcakes are almost too beautiful to eat.

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    1. They were pretty, weren't they. I guess I need to clarify that I did not make them... they were from the bakery.

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  9. What a special occasion your daisy tea turned out to be! So pretty and summery!

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  10. What a delicious daisy cupcake. A field with daisies is so beautiful!!!

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    1. I agree, a whole field of daisies is really gorgeous. My sister gets to look out at a whole field of them from her front window.

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  11. Looks wonderful, what a nice idea! Pam xx

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  12. What a beautiful tea scape! Gorgeous, hope you had a wonderful time with your BFF!
    Hugs, Mickie

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  13. What a special tea that was, Gayle! You did an amazing job with the cupcakes! VERY pretty! And the tarts in the background didn't go unnoticed either!

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    1. The cupcakes came from the bakery. I have tried a little bit of cake decorating, but mine probably would not have looked as pretty.

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  14. What a nice thing to do! So perfect for summer! Have a nice week! Twyla

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    1. She does really sweet things for me too. Best friends are wonderful.

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  15. My day just got so much better; all I needed was a visit to your lovely blog.
    Lovely post!

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  16. Oh how fun and perfect for summer! It's full of color and that makes me smile and think of you.
    Hope you have a great week ahead.
    Love ya,
    Linda

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  17. Looks like a beautiful and yummy tea! I'm loving those cupcakes!

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    1. Can't beat beautiful weather, yummy treats, and time spent with a friend.

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  18. Way too fun and just so cute. I love it. The cupcakes turned out darling.

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    1. The cupcakes are darling, but all the credit for those needs to go to the lady at the bakery. :-)

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  19. How fun! I love it--it looks so cheerful and carefree! Your friend must have felt so very special. :-)

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    1. Yup, two of the best things... cheerful and carefree!

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  20. How wonderful. It looks so appealling. Daisys are my favourite flower too. Sounds like a perfect afternoon to me.

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    1. It's hard not to like a daisy. They just make everybody smile!

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  21. How sweet it turned out! Sure miss my BFF!!!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  22. What a charming little get-together...I would feel very special at your table!

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  23. I'd love to come to your house for tea. You make it look sooooo inviting.

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    1. Diane, I wish you lived close enough to come to my house for tea!

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THANK YOU for your thoughtful comments. Replies to your questions will be posted here, so be sure to check back soon. Have a wonderful day! - Gayle, Garden Of Daisies