Host: A Birthday Tea

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Co-designed and styled by Ashley Baber  for Sincerely, Liz, Photography: Liz Cook, Sincerely, Liz: Photography | Design & Styling: Amanda Gray, Ashley Baber Weddings | Venue: Tresca on 8th | Flowers: Mary Ellen LaFreniere, Irvington Spring Farm | Linens: LaTavola Fine Linen | Chair Jackets: BBj Linen | 
Style Me Pretty has long been on our blogroll with its romantic wedding posts, but it is SMP Living that has truly stolen our hearts. With the best posts on entertaining, decor, and being an all around hostess, this is our first stop of the day in the blogosphere. Yesterday's post on hosting an authentic English tea party was inspired by a birthday celebration (a fun way to bring in the big 3-0 if you ask us), and thus inspired us to think about how we'd style our own tea. P.O.S.H. Vintage is making it's arrival, so of course we're thinking Depression-era glassware and goblets, floral patterns on mixed china, and fun scalloped chargers to pass around bits and bobs for hors d'oeuvres. We'd love to hear from you...How do you celebrate milestone birthdays? What occasions calls for a tea? Tell us everything!

Photography: Liz Cook, Sincerely, Liz: Photography

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