Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Mad Hatter's tea without Alice

It was time to don a hat and choose a place to sit ready for tea. A variety of hats, cups and saucers and teas were available on the day. We indulged in pumpkin soup, (it was a cold day) scones and pikelets (mini pancakes) with butter and jam, cheese and rice crackers, olives, gherkins (dill pickles) and mussels and lots of tea and conversation. More photos next week with some of our visitors.


  1. Your cakes are delicious, your coffee service is no exception.
    A hug Gilda

  2. Wonderful table setting. I love hats. I wish ladies wore them more often, don't you. A wonderful tea.
    Thank for sharing with the other ladies.

  3. Hello Delcie, Nice to meet you. Your blog is wonderful.

  4. Good morning Delcie,
    Your tea table sure looks inviting! The cupcakes look delicious!!! The hats look devine!! I'd love to see more pics!!
    Thanks for dropping in.
    Warm hugs, Laura

  5. Hello,
    Thanks for becoming a new follower of my blog HopeChest .... and All Things Tea -
    I'm now visiting yours and it is delightful.
    Tell me, are those cupcakes real. They are the prettiest ones I have ever seen. Did you make them? Look forward to more visits.

  6. Thankyou for your lovely comment on my blog.
    I love the pretty china cups and the cakes look so yummy!Will be popping in again soon.

  7. I would love to attend tea with you! Such a beautiful table setting! lovely!I am a sister of the Bloggerette Society. Please visit at