Tuesday, April 5, 2022

UMW Spring Tea

Thursday night I went down to church and prepped my table for this year's UMW Spring Tea - the first since 2019 because of Covid. I used our wedding china plates and silver (that my Grandma and Grandpa Keller bought us). All the teacups and saucers were from different china patterns. 

This was my grandmother's china and it matched the sugar and creamer. 

This is my great-great-grandmother's china. 

These four teacups were from my great-great-aunt Ethel K. Rowley - on the Packer side of my family (mom's father's aunt). She had a tremendous collection of teacups that I inherited from my grandmother. 

On Saturday morning, we gathered for the tea - Swing Into Spring. It was a lovely time and there were so many beautiful and creative tables. 

Grateful to spend time with Amy Hill for the tea and to have her at my table. It was a nice gift to be able to celebrate the tea one more time before we move. 

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