|via sweet designs by Amy Atlas|
There was never a time where I really enjoyed going to a club. I was always very sensitive to loud noise (you can ask my mother about that, I loathed New Year´s Eve. In fact, I still do.) The music mostly isn´t to my liking either, you can´t really talk, everything smells of smoke and people are too drunk to have any reasonable conversations. Plus: Vienna is really small, so you get to see the same faces at the same places over and over again. Boring. I rather invite selected people to my home, serve them good tea and rich cupcakes and have a good talk with some crafting and chatting. Here are some ideas that I might integrate into my next tea party.
♥ Please take a look at the Spa Day Guest Dessert Feature done by Emma Smith.
Aren´t the hibiscus cookies the most beautiful ones you have ever seen?
♥ Dust Jacket has collected some other photo inspirations on her blog for a more lady-like Tea Party. Definitely something that calls for your best dress and a nice hairdo.
♥ A bit more from the class side comes this past to present: timeless vintage details post by elizabeth ann designs.
♥ Itkupilli might give you some new ideas of how to re-use old glass bottles and arrange them nicely (probably something for your bathroom too?)
♥ Simple, yet wonderful idea for a Under The Sea Birthday Bash from catch my party.
♥ The best Tissue And Tulle Flower Tutorial on the internet by greedy for color.
5 things I am grateful for today:
- finally somehow catching 8 hours of sleep. Not in a row, but with little naps here and there.
- spending the day in bed, re-charging my batteries.
- eating Lindt chocolate. Even the simple pure milk chocolate is so yummy.
- the fact that both of our cats like to cuddle under the blanket in the morning.
- the many inspiring souls out there. Overwhelming.
Happy weekend to you!