Monday, September 21, 2015

The season of fall

We are entering the season of fall. Which brings warm colors to our table.

So just for today, let's warm up the table and present an early fall tea.


It's never too early to enjoy these rich colors of the season.

12 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

A very pretty table setting, Jocelyn. I love your teapot and the pink depression glass goblets. Your autumnal napkins and chargers tie everything together. Thanks so much for sharing and Happy Autumn this week!

Blessings,
Sandi

Stephanie said...

Autumn is here and your pretty tablescape welcomes it perfectly. Thank you for taking the time to link up with Roses of Inspiration. Hugs to you!

Tea in Texas said...

What a beautiful setting for having a fall tea. The fall hues of the napkins compliments all the colors. Your pink goblets gives the table a lovely color to accent the roses teaset. Have a grand week! Please, take a peek at my post Orange Bursts Upon Autumn!

Pam

Margie said...

What an elegant fall table!

Martha's Favorites said...

Jocelyn: Your table colors are so pretty. You made pink look perfect for Autumn. Love it all. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Bernideen said...

What a beautiful table you have set Jocelyn. I think your teapot us a pattern I have not seen and is really lovely! The whole table setting is a delight for the eyes! Thanks for sharing!

doodles n daydreams said...

A pretty table setting with just the right touch of autumn colours.

Diana

Kelly Deal said...

Gorgeous tablescape! I'm coming over for tea and to sample those delicious looking goodies!

Christine said...

So charming! You have a beautiful setting and delicious goodies to savour!
Enjoy your tea party!

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful setting for fall, great way to greet the new season!

The Charm of Home said...

Delightful way to welcome fall!

Mm Thomas said...

For Fall and Winter, I put out my Old British Castles Pink stoneware. For some reason, my casual linens tend toward German/Penn Dutch patterns when the weather starts to chill. It just seems cottagey and homey.