|magic tea party by Ingrid Photography|
Weekend! Yes, please! And from the weather forecast I believe it will be a rainy one. So what to do? Get my bags packed and head for the countryside with the furbabies and papa DomDom. I love to be at my parents, there´s lots of cake and tea ahead and since I´m already in the mood, I thought I might share some yummy yummies with you and maybe get you to raise your little tea cup and praise the day, for we really have a good good life.
♥ I know it´s not even somewhat close to Easter, but never mind. Those carrot treat boxes are just too cute. Something to hide little treats in for your guests.
♥ Are you serious? Marie Antoinette cupcake toppers and wrappers set is SO coming to my kitchen! And here is a white wedding cupcake recipe that would totally go along with them.
♥ A wonderful print from whatnikkimade etsy shop. It´s originally painted with tea!
♥ Who would not like to have someone relax in their teacup. I love the idea of Esther Hörchner´s lovely illustrated Take A Bath tea set.
♥ I love teacup cozies! Here is a tutorial for you!
♥ That is the best packaging idea for dreamers and bird lovers: Natalie Ponomareva did a great job on this Green Berry Tea.
♥ I love this wonderful illustration by Lucy Knisley. Gotta love yourself some good chai!
♥ Recently I had my first bubble ice tea. Now I found this recipe online and I am really curious about it!
Have a wonderful weekend! Right now I´m sitting here with tin foil in my hair to get my pastel hair done! I´ll try to do a how-to video about it. I am no professional at all, so it´s a bit of an experiment, but I have a good feeling about it :) We´ll see soon!
5 things I am grateful for today
- My mom helping me get my hair done while we sing Beatles songs and drink tea
- my happy little furbabies that made no trouble while travelling at all
- mother nature and the countryside
- being able to leave the city and get some fresh air
- colorful flowers. Just looking at them makes me happy.
Cupcake love and tin foil rattles,