Hello and welcome to the Mad Tea Party 2014 here at KayeSwain.com. A Mad Tea Party is a bit outside my normal range of blog posts as I generally write about the real estate market and houses for sale in my neck of the woods. However, being a grandmother who has enjoyed many a tea party over the years, I couldn't resist jumping in with a floral, fauna, and critter tea party for the delightfully Mad Tea Party 2014.
First, let's take a gentle stroll down a lovely and lush forest to see what we can see
Oooooh, of course, one of my favorite secret gardens and a lovely garden spot to have a tea party in – complete with a vine covered patio roof to protect us from any real or liquid sunshine.
Come have a seat on my comfy garden bench – don't you love the storage box underneath. It helps me stay a wee bit organized and is so peaceful and restful in my secret garden.
Today, I thought we'd enjoy a spot of tea…
And some delectably delicious cupcakes – isn't this a great cupcake holder for a garden party – as much a fun home decor item as a practical kitchen tool.
Allow me to decorate with a few more flowers as well as some cheery music.
Of course, YOU are invited and most wonderfully welcomed here. And I'm sure my grandchildren will stop by at various and sundry moments. In addition, I have a few other fun little guests – cute critter friends I've met here and there.
Oh my, what a scrumptious tea this has been. And you, my dear guest, have been the best part of all. Have a lovely day – and thank you again for visiting me here at KayeSwain.com for the Mad Tea Party 2014. It was truly a delectable occasion. 🙂 Here's a tasty, albeit virtual, cupcake to send you on your way to visit more tea parties.