Sunday, June 15, 2014

June a Tradition: Men become Grooms and Women become Brides

Welcome
to
June
How many women share this month as their wedding day?
I was a June bride and therefore my anniversary is celebrated this month.
I began this tablescape as a nod to all brides and all those who enjoy celebrating their anniversary, no matter what month, with the one they love.
The sweet bride is peeking into the chapel so let's view what she sees.........
Who is this?
What, a bride in charge of her future!
 Yes, you are viewing a groom who was a little reluctant to meet his bride's desire to wed! 
As, you can see she is a determined woman and he is a now going to be co-operative!
 As, you can see the peeking bride envisions her dream and desires of how this wedding will come together one way or another!
This is a whimsical Bride's table made for you to enjoy and with a lot of elegance.
 Remember when you were a bride or soon to be a bride. I hope the memories are being made by the bride-to-be or the memories come back to you as you think of  your special day. 
I have had this bunny bride for several years and she is waiting for her groom in the white metal gazebo! 
She is excited too, for she loves her gown with the pink roses and her little pink rose bouquet.
The smile on her face shows the joy of this wedding!
 The bunny groom is so happy he is waiting for his bride. 
He is so dapper from his top hat to the tails.
He has a twinkle in his eye as he stands in the gazebo and waits for the time to begin the walk to the chapel!
 Your setting begins with a pink rim and gold trim bowl by Lux Ciroa is for a simple soup.
 
Then the pink rim and gold trim tea plate by Lux Ciroa will serve tea delicatcies. 
 Then, for a special addition is an antique plate for a field greens salad.
 Each plate is had colored with different flowers.
 The rim is scalloped and embossed with gold for an elegant touch.
An entrĂ©e will be served on the dinner plate with a green rim and gold trim by Grace's Teaware.
 The right side of the plates has your cup and saucer with the crystal.
The green stem goblet will be for water. You pink crystal goblet is for sparkling grape juice. 
Your glass with the green stem and pink rings is by Le Stelle.
 The pink crystal with the clear stem is another Italian goblet.
When the tea is served in this pink and gold accented teapot by Grace Teaware it will contain a hot raspberry flavored tea.

 A chintz flowered teacup and saucer has a lovely pink background for you to enjoy tea. Enjoy the addition of a gold flowered spoon to stir the sugar you tea.
 Grace Teaware has a pretty pattern with gold trim.
 The left side of the plates has a bright pink napkin with a beaded green napkin ring. A favor for each guest is the lollypop green tree. 
Your full place setting has a beautiful pink woven place mat. The bling accent is the gold flatware. 
 Our determined bride is peering back into the chapel remembering her wedding and still clutching her groom.
She is so happy with herself! 
 Hope your memories are all represented in this quote of "Happily ever after"!
The bride has her happiness as I do, for my groom was not reluctant and tells me everyday he loves me! 
Weddings are Wonderful!
Have all the joy of that day, every anniversary!
 
 
 I will be posting this on the following tea blogs;
 
Rose Chintz Cottage,
Artful Affirmations,
Martha's Favorites
and
Bernideen's Tea Time,
along with
the blogs of;
Cuisine Kathleen,
 A Stroll thru Life,
A Delightsome Life,
Between Naps On The Porch,
 and
The Tablescaper
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!
 
 

 
 

29 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Anniversary, Pam! I was a May bride but no matter the month, I married my prince. Love your sweet tablescape. The pink and gold trimmed dishes are lovely as well as the green and chintz. The bunnies and brides are so cute! Thank you for sharing your lovely and whimsical tea table. Have a beautiful day.

Blessings,
Sandi

kitty said...

What a fun table, Pam! I enjoyed it so very much and was so entertained. You've thought of every wonderful detail. My anniversary is this month and I so miss my beloved groom.

Beth L. said...

Happy Anniversary. What a fun tablescape. I especially like that beautiful pink tea pot. I was a January Bride!! 48 years ago. Seems like yesterday sometimes!

Ruth Weston said...

Happy anniversary! I love your gorgeous table with the bunny bride and groom! And the pink & green color scheme is lovely. I had a February wedding. Love your post! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Snap said...

Happy Anniversary! What a fun post. Whimsical tablescape is right. I giggled and smiled at the reluctant groom. Wonderful pinks and gorgeous china. Happy Tea Day!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Happy Anniversary, June is the month for brides, isn't it! Our wedding was on July 1 and we'll celebrate 42 years.
Your table was fun with the rabbits and reluctant groom. The teapot and dishes are stunning and well thought out for how the courses will be.

Deborah Montgomery said...

what a beautiful and whimsical table! Love the colors, the plates, the stemware,gorgeous! those little bunnies are such a cute addition! I was a May bride -- 33 years!

Lorrie said...

Such a pretty tea table with some whimsy for fun. I was a July bride and look forward to celebrating next month. The pink chintz teacup is so very pretty.

Susan Clayton said...

What a fun post! I bought the same tea towel for my Princess - who will be a Princess Bride this month. Angels to you!

Martha's Favorites said...

Happy Anniversary! Love your table today. It is perfect for a bride. Your pink cup is so pretty. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Bernideen said...

I am sure I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE TO LAUGH and smile when reading this post! This is really cute. Happy Anniversary! So glad you linked to Tea In The Garden!

Karen said...

Hi Pam,
I love your anniversary/wedding tablescape! So perfect! That pink teapot and chintz teacups are gorgeous! My son gets married on Sunday so this is so appropriate for me this week. Happy Anniversary!
Karen

Rettabug said...

What a unique & creative way to celebrate the most popular month to marry, Pam! It is quintessential summer!
Love all the darling ideas but I especially love that Lux Ciroa & that GORGEOUS pink teapot!! Wowzers!!

Kathleen said...

My 2 sisters were married in June, so I wouldn't! I am May! Lucky you to have found your prince. I love your whimsical bride table, just adorable. Love the pink and green, such pretty china and stems!
Thanks for joining in the Summer Whimsy Party!

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Ahh how whimsical and cute! Happy Anniversary! Love the pretty dishes and the bride and groom bunnies!

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Pam, I was a July bride and I'm now planning a January wedding for my daughter (we found "the" dress this weekend!) Your table is so much fun. Happy anniversary. We will celebrate our 34th this year. Have a wonderful evening. Linda

Alycia Nichols said...

I am so glad that you and your husband enjoy your marriage and share the love so freely. That's what marriage should be. I know there are plenty of women out there who would give their right arm for that!

The stuffed bride & groom are just cute as a button! There's definitely whimsy in them as well as the bride dragging her groom to the altar!

LOVE those pink dishes and the teapot! Oh, my gosh, what an downright gorgeous color!!! Love your stemware, too!

Very happy and fun tablescape!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a very fun post!! And of course I love the teapot and dishes. Happy June Anniversary!

Jocelyn @ http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Marigene said...

Great theme table, Pam, the bunnies are adorable.
Your glassware is gorgeous and goes so nicely with the china.
I was a July bride!
Have a great week.

Crystal Grandeur said...


I was a Feb bride.Few more months to come.Beautiful table setting.Everything looks stunning.The tea pot and the stem wears awesome.Happy anniversary to you and thank you so much to drop in to leave your comments.Have a beautiful day..Love sujatha...:):)

Crystal Grandeur said...


I was a Feb bride.Few more months to come.Beautiful table setting.Everything looks stunning.The tea pot and the stem wears awesome.Happy anniversary to you and thank you so much to drop in to leave your comments.Have a beautiful day..Love sujatha...:):)

Ann Krucek said...

Cute theme!!! Love the bunny bride and groom. You have some beautiful china pieces. Happy anniversary!!!

Beeutiful by Design said...

I love the brides and the groom bunny. Such whimsy!

Cathy said...

Love all the pink glassware, that was the color my attendants wore. Not a June bride as I have a June birthday guess I did not want to share. I will celebrate 44 years in September. All your buddies are so cute
Happy Happy Anniversary!

Cathy<;)

All The Pretty Dishes said...


How adorable...love the bunny bride and groom and, of course, the bride with her reluctant groom. All whimsy aside, I adore those pink and green goblets and the pretty teapot, cup and saucer. And thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving me such a nice comment.
Randee

Laurie Ritchey said...

The bride, pulling her groom, has me laughing out loud. So fun! What a great wedding celebration table. Happy Anniversary. laurie

Jennie Schumann said...

Your reluctant groom is the best thing I've seen today! Beautiful mix of pieces in pink and green, especially the glassware. They are truly stunning.

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Love this...so clever yet so pretty. Your pink dishes are lovely!

Lady Linda said...

What a fun post! I agree with Bernideen, I am smiling too. I was married in August...almost 41 years ago.