My Beautiful, Vintage-Inspired Tea Party

Way in the back of our yard, there’s a lovely spot that’s shaded by a big, old apple tree. It’s a mossy little nook between a vintage, children’s playhouse and the tall, back fence.Β The apple tree, although very tall, droops some large branches down towards the grass; creating a little tunnel for the breeze, even on the most sweltering days. Old clotheslines run out from the playhouse; of which I hung pink lace curtains….

As you can imagine, it’s the perfect spot for a girly tea party!

It was a hot day in June, but that breezy little nook provided that perfect little spot to sit, drink tea and chit-chat with my lady friends. What a blast!

Now, enjoy all the details…. like we did.

A huge shout out to Smashing Petals for the floral and tea cup installation.
And another huge thank you to Smile Mercantile for the beautiful photography.

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Until next year!

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About CoriLu

I am a graphic designer for advertising and marketing, painter, artist and collector of anything vintage. I am also very passionate about travel, historic preservation, and just about anything sparkly.
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