Sunday, July 6, 2014

A Royal Bridal Gown Tea




Welcome Teacup Lovers to:

"A Royal Bridal Gown Tea"


Two weeks ago my son was married in a fairy tale - like wedding.  The memories are so magical and and when I spotted this teacup at an estate sale yesterday in Blaine, Washington  for $5.00  and read the name of the china pattern, well; I just couldn't pass it up.  



It is called "Royal Bridal Gown" Queen Anne Bone China.

I fell in love with the pink bows and baby blue pattern on the saucer and inner cup!




We stopped at another estate sale further down the road and to my amazement I found another saucer to match and thought that it would work as a little tea plate.


















And now a few pics from our Royal Wedding.......




My wonderful son and hubby (and I ) just before the exciting and joyous celebration!


The Groom and Groomsmen!






The Beautiful Bride, Bridesmaids and Flower Girl





My daughter was the Maid of Honour and
My eldest son was The Best Man!



We are overjoyed to welcome Anna into our family!
 


The newly married  couple!




I am eagerly awaiting the professional photographer's pics and will share them with you when they arrive.


Don't you think Anna looks like a beautiful
princess in her  Royal Bridal Gown?




Thank you for visiting me today for
"A Royal Bridal Gown Tea"

Have a Happy Week Sweet Friends! 
 Karen







This week I will be joining these lovely blogspots:




 Bernideen's ~http://blog.bernideens.com/
Friends Sharing Tea
Martha ~ http://www.marthasfavorites.com 
Tea on Tuesday
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Sandi~http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.ca
Teatime Tuesday
Sherry ~ thecharmofhome.blogspot.ca
Home Sweet Home
   Terri~  http://artfulaffirmations.blogspot.com/ 
Teacup Tuesday

Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/
Pink Saturday


Hope to see you there!




14 comments:

  1. Beautiful cup and saucer, beautiful wedding! The cup and saucer will serve as a lovely reminder of that very special day.

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  2. Oh fabulous! What a perfect momento...it was meant to be...for you to sip tea and remember the beautiful day! Gorgeous family, teacup and photos! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  3. Beautiful wedding photos and the teacup you found will come in handy when pouring over the photos of memories from the day.

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  4. Congratulations to your son and his new bride! You have a lovely family and I LOVE your dress! Beautiful roses and china, Karen. How serendipitous to find the teacup and the matching saucer in two different places! Those bows on the china remind me of Cinderella's gown. Thank you for joining me for tea and sharing your wonderful photos.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  5. Congratulations to you son and his bride, Karen! Your teacup is a wonderful memory of the blessed occasion. Thank you for sharing the photos of the wedding.

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  6. Yes, congratulations Karen. What a beautiful family you have! and that is a gorgeous teacup. I've never seen one with such pretty detail on the inside of the cup!

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  7. Congratulations to your son and his bride (and to your family!). Everyone looked so beautiful (or handsome, as the case may be). That teacup and saucer(s) were definitely meant to be for you! They are gorgeous.

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  8. Congratulations to your son and to your family! A such dreamy and romantic wedding. Your china looks gorgeous and you created a so pretty and pink atmosphere.
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  9. Beautiful cup and saucer! I love all the swirls and what a lovely wedding of a lovely couple. Best wishes to them! Your whole family is beautiful...Christine

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  10. What a nice story about your special tea cup. What a lovely day and couple!

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  11. Oh Karen, everything is just lovely! I've never seen a tea cup set that's anything like this beautiful one! And to find a little plate/saucer at a different place that matches?? Serendipity! All the wedding photos are so pretty, too. Yours already look like the professional ones to me! My favorite is the bride bending down and holding the flower girl's hand. It is amazing!! You have a great looking family, you included, of course! :)

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  12. absolutely gorgeous!
    I love the bridesmaid's colour and dresses & yes, the bride is certainly princessy =)
    luv your pix and ty for sharing them along with your sweet teacup and serendipitous find to complement it - such fun!
    have a wonderful week...

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  13. Karen: Your family looked beautiful. It did look like a fairy tale. The bride was stunning. I see that you older son is doing well. It does my heart good. Oh, yes I almost forgot the tea cup looks so pretty. The mother of the bride was amazing! Hugs, Martha

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  14. Che bello!Tutto meraviglioso!AUGURI!Rosetta

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